Third Year > Spanlang 101 and 101SL

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The Structure of Spanish (SPANLANG 101 or 101SL) is a third-year course in the study and analysis of the Spanish language. The course includes an optional community-engaged, service learning (SL) component in which students are paired with a Spanish-speaking Stanford worker to co-create digital stories about the worker's life experiences. When taken as Spanlang 101SL, it counts as a Cardinal Course (certified by the Haas Center).

In this class, students closely analyze Spanish grammatical structure; they learn linguistic terminology to identify word functions and sentence types in texts. This course also explores the distinction between Spanish grammar as a formal system and its grammar in everyday life. For further information, consult the Spanlang 101 Course Calendar and Syllabus or contact Ali Miano at alimiano@stanford.edu. For information about the Digital Storytelling Project with Spanish-speaking Stanford workers, click here.

Spanlang 101 is offered in the Winter Quarter.