OLLI5010 - Spanish Short Stories (In-person at TUCC)
Spanish Short Stories
Instructor: Phyllis Bailey
Dates: Mondays, Jan 30-Apr 10
Time: 1:00 PM-2:30 PM
Location: In-person at Center City (TUCC)
Each class will begin with a general Q & A session. The students will read the selected stories aloud in Spanish paying attention to pronunciation. This will be followed by small or large group discussion. Grammar will be taught in context or upon request. The entire class will be conducted in Spanish.
Pre-requisite: Students should have completed 4 semesters of Spanish at OLLI or any other institute and be able to express themselves in Spanish. The required text is READ and THINK SPANISH premium 4th edition, published by McGraw Hill. ISBN 978-1-260-47459-6, MHID 1-260-47459-3.
Maximum in-person registrants: 20
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- follow current public health guidelines, which may include masking and social distancing, and are subject to change, while on campus.
- provide proof of vaccination, or request a medical or religious exemption, prior to your first day of class. Students who have an approved exemption will be required to test for COVID-19 at least once a week.
- obtain a noncredit OwlCard. An OwlCard is a Temple-specific photo ID that will give you access to campus buildings and classrooms.
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