Nyu madrid span-ua 9111 Advanced Spanish for Spanish Speakers
Failure to submit or fulfill any required course component will result in failure of the class, regardless of grades achieved in other assignments.
Letter grades for the entire course will be assigned as follows:
Nota importante: Se usará la siguiente terminología en el sílabo:
Unidades: libro de texto
CE: cuaderno de ejercicios
Gram: apéndice gramatical a partir de la página 172 al final del libro de texto
Ortografía y falsos cognados en NYU classes
Equivalencia de tiempos verbales con inglés:
Pretérito Perfecto: Present perfect
Pretérito Indefinido: Preterit
Pretérito Imperfecto: Imperfect
Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto: Plusperfect
Topics and Assignments
Required Co-curricular Activities
Suggested Co-curricular Activities
Required Textbooks & Materials in Print Form
Optional Textbooks & Materials
Study abroad at Global Academic Centers is an academically intensive and immersive experience in which students from a wide range of backgrounds exchange ideas in discussion-based seminars. Learning in such an environment depends on the active participation of all students. And since classes typically meet once or twice a week, even a single absence can cause a student to miss a significant portion of a course. To ensure the integrity of this academic experience, class attendance at the centers is mandatory, and unexcused absences will be penalized with a two percent deduction from the student’s final course grade for every week's worth of classes missed. Students are responsible for making up any work missed due to absence. Repeated absences in a course may result in harsher penalties including failure.
Unexcused absences affect students’ grades: In classes meeting twice a week, a 1% deduction from the student’s final course grade occurs on the occasion of each unexcused absence.
Absences are excused only for illness, religious observance, and emergencies.
Illness: For a single absence, students may be required to provide a doctor’s note, at the discretion of the Assistant Directors of Academics. In the case of two consecutive absences, students must provide a doctor’s note. Exams, quizzes, and presentations will not be made up without a doctor’s note.
Religious Observance: Students observing a religious holiday during regularly scheduled class time are entitled to miss class without any penalty to their grade. This is for the holiday only and does not include the days of travel that may come before and/or after the holiday. Students must notify their instructor and the Academic Office in writing via email one week in advance before being absent for this purpose. If exams, quizzes, and presentations are scheduled on a holiday a student will observe, the Assistant Directors, in coordination with the instructor, will reschedule them.
Please note: if you are unable to attend class, you are required to email your professors directly and notify them.
Late Submission of Work
Los trabajos entregados fuera de plazo tendrán una penalización de un grado en la nota, a menos que se tenga una ausencia justificada según los términos establecidos por NYU.
At NYU, a commitment to excellence, fairness, honesty, and respect within and outside the classroom is essential to maintaining the integrity of our community.
Plagiarism: presenting others' work without adequate acknowledgement of its source, as though it were one’s own. Plagiarism is a form of fraud. We all stand on the shoulders of others, and we must give credit to the creators of the works that we incorporate into products that we call our own. Some examples of plagiarism:
For further information, students are encouraged to check NYU Policies and Guidelines on Academic Integrity (about/policies-guidelines-compliance/policies-and-guidelines/academic-integrity-for-students-at-nyu.html)
Disability Disclosure Statement
Academic accommodations are available for students with disabilities. Please contact the Moses Center for Students with Disabilities (212-998-4980 or firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information. Students who are requesting academic accommodations are advised to reach out to the Moses Center as early as possible in the semester for assistance. For more information, see Study Away and Disability (https://www.nyu.edu/students/communities-and-groups/students-with-disabilities/study-away.html)
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