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||In this module, students gain basic knowledge of Spanish as a foreign language and learn strategies enabling them to successfully manage basic everyday situations. They learn/practice fundamental vocabulary concerning family, work, leisure time, food and eating habits; to pose questions to others about themselves and their families and to answer similar questions; numbers, gain an understanding of prices, using money and telling time; and talk about their day-to-day activities in the present tense using simple sentences (main clauses). Students will learn strategies for communicating in day-to-day situations successfully with minimal language skills. They acquire knowledge of the necessary, basic grammar. Additionally, opportunities will be made available to more effectively structure the learning process of Spanish as a foreign language and thus improving the ability to learn.
E-Learning course (e. g. Moodle)