Department of Spanish and Portuguese

Natalie Rangel


Teaching Assistant

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Interests


Sociolinguistics, Language attitudes, Bilingualism, Code-switching, Translation, South Texas/Border Spanish

Biography


Education: BA & MA in Hispanic Studies, Texas A&M University - College Station

Courses


SPN 610D • First-Year Spanish II

45530 • Fall 2018
Meets MWF 8:00AM-10:00AM MEZ 1.202

Focus on the development of multilingual literacy through the analysis and use of Spanish to achieve linguistic competence (commands, subjunctive, hypotheticals, future), communication and interactional competence (disagreeing, suggesting, turn taking), and metalinguistic competence (critical analysis of oral and written texts, dialectal differences).

SPN 611D • Second-Year Spanish

45850 • Spring 2018
Meets MWF 12:00PM-2:00PM MEZ 1.216
GC

Focus on the development of multilingual literacy through the analysis and use of Spanish to achieve linguistic competence (aspect, mood, compound tenses, passive voice), communication and interactional competence (pragmatics, cultural perspectives), and metalinguistic competence (critical analysis of oral and written texts, dialectal differences).

 

SPN 611D • Second-Year Spanish

46350 • Fall 2017
Meets MWF 12:00PM-2:00PM MEZ 2.122
GC

Focus on the development of multilingual literacy through the analysis and use of Spanish to achieve linguistic competence (aspect, mood, compound tenses, passive voice), communication and interactional competence (pragmatics, cultural perspectives), and metalinguistic competence (critical analysis of oral and written texts, dialectal differences).

 

SPN 610D • First-Year Spanish II

46350 • Spring 2017
Meets MWF 8:00AM-10:00AM MEZ 2.102

Focus on the development of multilingual literacy through the analysis and use of Spanish to achieve linguistic competence (commands, subjunctive, hypotheticals, future), communication and interactional competence (disagreeing, suggesting, turn taking), and metalinguistic competence (critical analysis of oral and written texts, dialectal differences).

SPN 610D • Intermediate Spanish I

45400 • Spring 2016
Meets MWF 8:00AM-10:00AM MEZ 1.118

Focus on the development of multilingual literacy through the analysis and use of Spanish to achieve linguistic competence (commands, subjunctive, hypotheticals, future), communication and interactional competence (disagreeing, suggesting, turn taking), and metalinguistic competence (critical analysis of oral and written texts, dialectal differences).

SPN 601D • Introductory Spanish

45300 • Fall 2015
Meets MWF 8:00AM-10:00AM BEN 1.122

Focus on the development of multilingual literacy through the analysis and use of Spanish to achieve linguistic competence (simple present and past tenses, pronouns, adjectives), communication and interactional competence (complimenting, thanking, requesting, giving opinions), and metalinguistic competence (parts of speech, sociolinguistic cues, dialectal differences).

SPN 601D • Introductory Spanish

45825 • Spring 2015
Meets MWF 12:00PM-2:00PM MEZ 1.118

Focus on the development of multilingual literacy through the analysis and use of Spanish to achieve linguistic competence (simple present and past tenses, pronouns, adjectives), communication and interactional competence (complimenting, thanking, requesting, giving opinions), and metalinguistic competence (parts of speech, sociolinguistic cues, dialectal differences).

SPN 601D • Introductory Spanish

46990 • Fall 2014
Meets MWF 12:00PM-2:00PM BEN 1.126

Focus on the development of multilingual literacy through the analysis and use of Spanish to achieve linguistic competence (simple present and past tenses, pronouns, adjectives), communication and interactional competence (complimenting, thanking, requesting, giving opinions), and metalinguistic competence (parts of speech, sociolinguistic cues, dialectal differences).

SPN 601D • Introductory Spanish

47160 • Spring 2014
Meets MWF 12:00PM-2:00PM CAL 419

Focus on the development of multilingual literacy through the analysis and use of Spanish to achieve linguistic competence (simple present and past tenses, pronouns, adjectives), communication and interactional competence (complimenting, thanking, requesting, giving opinions), and metalinguistic competence (parts of speech, sociolinguistic cues, dialectal differences).

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