This class is a continuation of Introduction to Spanish 11. It deepens the knowledge of the Spanish language and culture through the use of video clips, dialogues, written exercises and the use of a text book. Online bilingual tools such as dictionaries, translators and spell check are used extensively. Main topics covered are; review of acquired knowledge, past tense, future tense, body parts, orders, prepositions of location, directions and common communicative phrases related to daily activities.
This course cannot be used toward Adult Graduation Credits
This course will examine some of the common diseases and treatments for domestic animals. This 4 credit course does not count as a science credit, but is an applied skill.