In this short course, each participant will gain a basic introductory knowledge of the Spanish language. You will be given the opportunity to learn the language spoken by millions of people in the many Spanish-speaking countries around the world. You will learn the basic concepts in Spanish and strategies for learning a new language. The class will include basic listening, writing and speaking activities. We will use some basic technology to help enhance your learning.
Your instructor, David Gregory, has taught Spanish at Smith's Station High School for eleven years.
This course will meet every Thursday from February 3rd to February 24th 5:30 -8:00 PM each evening. (Central Standard Time)
Masks and Social Distancing:
Masks and social distancing will be required to attend this class, unless the AU indoor mask policy has been lifted by class time. A mask will be provided if you do not have one. Those attending from the same household may sit together. Other students must sit 6 feet apart for the duration of class.
Temperature Check + Health Screening:
A temperature check and health screening may be required to attend class each night. Please call 334-844-3100 if you have questions or concerns about this policy.
The conference room (Room 328) in O.D. Smith Hall (135 South College Street) is located on the third floor. Everyone must enter the back door and walk up one half flight of steps to get the elevator to the third floor, or you can walk all the way. Parking is available in the lot behind O.D. Smith Hall that you enter from Thach Avenue, right behind the University Chapel. If you are entering O. D. Smith Hall from South College Street, enter the building through the door located at the top of the handicapped access ramp. Turn right and go down the hall to take the elevator to the third floor. Exit the elevator and take a right. Room 328 (conference room) will be at the end of the hall.
Alternate Class Location: Online (Zoom)
Please note, customer safety is our primary concern during Covid-19. Any listed classroom class could be converted to a zoom class if Covid-19 is a local concern at class time. Notice will be provided to registered participants in advance of the class start date if there is a delivery format change.
Professional Development Note:
Those seeking professional development training will qualify for award of 1 CEU credit upon successful completion of this course.
Withdrawals & Refunds:
If you are unable to attend a course for which you have registered, we ask that you notify the Office of Professional & Continuing Education (fax, or in writing/email) no later than three business days prior to the beginning of the course. A full refund minus a $20 administrative charge, is given when cancellation is made three business days prior to the first scheduled session; no refund thereafter.
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