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Required Assignments for Spanish 101 - Summary
Exhibit your knowledge of key Spanish concepts and vocabulary learned in Spanish 101 Beginning Spanish while completing required assignments for the course. This chapter boosts your Spanish comprehension while enabling you to practice skills that include the following:
- Describing people in Spanish
- Describing your schedule in Spanish
How Assignments Work
The assignments in this short chapter make up a part of your final grade for Spanish 101: Beginning Spanish. If you are a College Accelerator member interested in earning transferable college credit, you must complete these assignments.
- Open an assignment and read through the instructions.
- Understand the scoring rubric your assignments will be graded on.
- Thoroughly review your assignments, checking for plagiarism and concepts learned in the course.
- Fill out the submission form (link included in the assignment) and attach your assignment.
- Proceed to the proctored final exam on the Exams tab (you do not need to wait for your assignment grades before taking the final exam).
If you are not applying for credit, you do not need to submit your assignments.
1. Beginning Spanish: Assignment 1 - Describing People
If you have a Study.com College Accelerator membership and are seeking college credit for this course, you must submit all required assignments and pass the proctored final exam. You must submit your assignments before registering for the final. Below you will find prompts and instructions for submitting your assignment.
2. Beginning Spanish: Assignment 2 - Describing Your Schedule
If you have a Study.com College Accelerator membership and are seeking college credit for this course, you must submit all required assignments and pass the proctored final exam. You must submit your assignments before registering for the final. Below you will find prompts and instructions for submitting your presentation.
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Other chapters within the Spanish 101: Beginning Spanish course
- Greetings & Introductions in Spanish
- Describing People in Spanish
- Locations in Spanish: Vocabulary & Grammar
- Household Terms in Spanish
- Weather and Seasons in Spanish
- Asking Questions in Spanish
- Spanish Numbers
- Days & Dates in Spanish
- Telling Time in Spanish
- Likes and Dislikes in Spanish
- AR Verbs in Spanish: Present Tense Conjugation and Vocabulary List
- ER and IR Verbs in Spanish: Present Tense
- Pastimes in Spanish
- Technology in Spanish
- Talking About Family Members in Spanish
- Shopping in Spanish
- Discussing the Past in Spanish
- Talking About Vacations in Spanish
- TV, Movies & Media in Spanish
- Discussing Community in Spanish
- Discussing Natural Disasters/Emergencies in Spanish
- As a Child in Spanish
- Spanish Fables
- Overview of Spanish-Speaking Culture & Etiquette
- Studying for Spanish 101