Second Year > Spanlang 11SL
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About This Track:
Spanish Language and Service Learning (SPANLANG 11SL) integrates the opportunity to engage in Spanish with native speakers, reinforcing the relevance of students' coursework to everyday life and community. Together with Spanish-speaking middle schoolers from a local Boys & Girls Club of the Peninsula, Stanford students learn about Mexican and Chicana/o mural art traditions, and work on a mural art project. This course is designated as a Cardinal Course by the Haas Center and is also a Ways course that fulfills the Engaging Diversity (ED) requirement. For further information contact Ali Miano at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What Students Say:
"It was interesting to interact with the students and learn about communities that are so close to where I go to school yet vastly different from the bubble I live in."
"Go as often to the Boys & Girls Club as possible!"
"It made my week every week."
"I loved getting to apply my Spanish. My Spanish had sort of plateaued after only using Spanish in Spanish classes, and this course helped me get by that."