The Level IV courses are designed
to increase proficiency in the four basic language skills: aural comprehension,
speaking, reading and writing. Reading is emphasized and it provides a basis for most of the oral
and written activities. The students obtain an understanding of Spanish and
Hispanic literature by sampling the salient authors of each major literary
period. Also current problems confronting today’s Spanish-speaking person will
be considered by examining the works of several major Hispanic authors of the
Students taking this class may
concurrently enroll at Rhode Island College’s Intermediate Spanish, course # 113. A registration fee
for the course is determined annually by R.I.C.
Students earn 3 college credits, which may be accepted as transfer
credit or an exemption to other colleges.
[ Credits: One
[ Prerequisite: Successful completion
of Level III with a C-grade or better.
[ Text: Various