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eCore Courses (FY18) Title Hrs Georgia Southern University Title Hrs GSOU Core Area
BIOL 1011K Course-Specific Outcome 1: Determine reputable sources of scientific information Assessment(s): Units 1-10 Discussions Course-Specific Outcome 2: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of basic biological principles. Assessment(s): Units 1-10 Quizzes and Lab Activities, Units 1 and 5 Assignments Course-Specific Outcome 3: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of basic chemical nature of living things. Assessment(s): Unit 2 Quiz and Lab Activities Course-Specific Outcome 4: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of basic chemical processes involved in living organisms. Assessment(s): Units 4 and 5 Quizzes and Lab Activities, Unit 5 Assignment Course-Specific Outcome 5: Apply the scientific method, including designing controlled experiments to test variables, collecting and analyzing data and reporting and interpreting results in a scientific manner. Assessment(s): Unit 1 Assignment, Units 1-10 Quizzes, Units 1-10 Lab Activities, Midterm and Final Exam Course-Specific Outcome 6: Explain the functions, structures and reproduction of both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Assessment(s): Units 3, 6, 7 Quizzes, Units 3, 6, 7 Lab Activities Course-Specific Outcome 7: Explain the molecular functions of genes and how genetic traits are inherited. Assessment(s): Units 8, 9 Quizzes, Units 8 and 9 Lab Activities, Units 8 and 9 Assignments Course-Specific Outcome 8: Relate concepts of biology to current societal and environmental issues. Assessment(s): Unit 10 Quizzes, Unit 10 Lab Activities, Units 1-10 Discussion Course-Specific Outcome 9: Use the scientific method to conduct experiments, analyze data and reach conclusions in virtual and physical lab settings. Assessment(s): Units 1 – 10 Lab Activities Introduction to Biology 4 BIOL 2107/1110 Principles of Biology I with Lab 4 D
CHEM 1211K Course-Specific Outcome 1: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of: matter and measurement; reactions and reaction stoichiometry Assessment(s): Unit 2 Quiz Course-Specific Outcome 2: Collect and analyze scientific data, formulate appropriate conclusions from data analyses, and communicate findings. Assessment(s): Unit 3 Post-Lab Quiz Course-Specific Outcome 3: Employ critical thinking and systematic methods to solve problems, including conceptual and quantitative problems. Assessment(s): Unit 9 Quiz Principles of Chemistry I & Lab 4 CHEM 1145 Principles of Chemistry I & Lab 4 D
CHEM 1212K Course-Specific Outcome 1: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of: intermolecular forces, liquids, and solids; properties of solutions; chemical kinetics; chemical equilibrium; acid-base equilibria; chemical thermodynamics; electrochemistry. Assessment(s): Unit Quiz 1, Final Exam Course-Specific Outcome 2: Employ critical thinking and systematic methods to solve problems, including conceptual and quantitative problems. Assessment(s): Unit Quiz 3 Principles of Chemistry II & Lab 4 CHEM 1146 Principles of Chemistry II & Lab 4 D
COMM 1100 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Observe and utilize the recommended strategies for developing, delivering, and evaluating effective public presentations. Assessment(s): Unit 6 Lesson 1 Quiz, Unit 6 Lesson 3 Quiz, Unit 6 Public Speech Assignment Course-Specific Outcome 2: Describe the different ways in which language defines and frames situations. Analyze the fundamental dimensions of cultural diversity (demographic, regional, and ideological) as they relate to communication. Assessment(s): Unit 4 Assignment - Diversity Match Assignment, Unit 4 Lesson 2 Quiz, Unit 5 Film Analysis Paper, Final Exam Human Communication 3 COMM 1100 Introduction to Human Communications 3 AREA F certain majors; General Elective
ENGL 1101 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Write a narrative essay. Assessment(s): Unit 2 Essay - Narrative Essay Final Draft Course- Specific Outcome 2: Plan writing in light of situation, audience, and purpose. Assessment(s): Unit 4 Essay (Argumentative Essay) Course-Specific Outcome 3: When writing an essay, employ a format and structure appropriate to the rhetorical situation. Assessment(s): Unit 4 Essay Course-Specific Outcome 4: Write clear and complete sentences using standard English and grammar. Assessment(s): Assignment 2.6 Correcting Fused Sentences and Comma Splices English Composition I 3 ENGL 1101 Composition I 3 A
ENGL 1102 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Write well developed and logically organized essay. Assessment(s): Unit 1 Writing Assignment – Analysis of a Print Advertisement, Unit 3 Writing Assignment – Analysis of a Short Story Unit 7 Researched Essay Course-Specific Outcome 2: Demonstrate critical thinking skills in reading and writing assignments. Assessment(s): Unit 1 Discussion Unit 4 Writing Assignment - Poetry Explication and Analysis Essay Course-Specific Outcome 3: Plan and conduct a research project using a variety of research sources. Assessment(s): Unit 7 Researched Essay Course-Specific Outcome 4: Using the writing process to understand different texts. Assessment(s): Unit 3 Writing Assignment – Analysis of a Short Story Unit 4 Writing Assignment – Poetry Explication and Analysis Essay English Composition II 3 ENGL 1102 Composition II 3 A
ENGL 2111 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Develop a perspective on the variety of world cultures from ancient times through the early-modern period to understand how these cultures developed and how their ideas contributed to and still inform contemporary culture(s). Assessment(s): Writing Assignment 1 Course-Specific Outcome 2: Recognize the range of literary genres and conventions as well as the levels of sophistication of literary masterpieces coming from different cultures. Compare and contrast the characteristics of literary works emerging from various cultures and times in order to recognize common human values and beliefs. Assessment(s): Unit 6 Discussion Sunjata, Unit 7 Discussion Popol Vuh, Final Essay Course-Specific Outcome 3: Analyze and evaluate literary works in their social, historical, and cultural context. Assessment(s): Unit 4 Discussion Guiding an Individual or Social Order World Literature I 3 ENGL 2111 World Literature I 3 C
ENGL 2112 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Demonstrate the ability to compare, contrast and understand diverse literary texts, authors, and genres. Assessment(s): Unit 6 Writing Assignment Course-Specific Outcome 2: Analyze themes and ideas pertinent to World Literature from the mid seventeenth century to the present Assessment(s): Unit 8 Researched Final Paper Course-Specific Outcome 3: Comprehend how historical or literary movements shape our understanding of literature. Assessment(s): Unit 3 Writing Assignment, Unit Discussion World Literature II 3 ENGL 2112 World Literature II 3 C
ENGL 2131 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Identify the genres, major writers and important schools in American literature from the pre-colonial era to the opening volleys of the Civil War. Assessment(s): Proctored Midterm Exam; Non-proctored Final Exam; Any 1 Quiz from Unit 2-5 Course-Specific Outcome 2: Summarize, interpret, and infer hypotheses regarding selected texts. Assessment(s): Summary Writing Assignment; Research Paper Assignment Course-Specific Outcome 3: Use and extend reading, writing, technological, and critical thinking skills developed in ENGL 1101 and ENGL 1102. Assessment(s): Summary Writing Assignment; Focused Annotated Bibliography; Research Paper Assignment American Literature I 3 Not Offered because Course Prefix and Number conflicts with Introduction to Literary Studies*
ENGL 2132 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Identify the important literary periods and themes of American Literature from the mid-19th Century to the present. Assessment(s): Proctored Midterm Exam, Non-Proctored Final Exam, and any one quiz from units 2-6 Course-Specific Outcome 2: Demonstrate knowledge of a diversity of American cultures through the study of literature. Assessment(s): Proctored Midterm Exam, Non-Proctored Final Exam, and any one quiz from units 3,5, and 6 Course-Specific Outcome 3: Demonstrate knowledge of a diversity of American cultures through the study of literature. Assessment(s): Unit 7 Discussion Modernism II American Literature II 3 Not Offered because Course Prefix and Number conflicts with Introduction to Literary Studies*
ENVS 2202 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Describe integrated science and the basic concepts involved in the study of the subject. Assessment(s): Lesson 10 Capstone Discussion Course-Specific Outcome 2: Describe various ecosystem components. Assessment(s): Lesson 2A Everglades Discussion Course-Specific Outcome 3: Interpret environmental issues affecting the earth and its populations, including water use, food production, and urban development. Assessment(s): Lesson 9 Quiz Course-Specific Outcome 4: Discuss human population by calculating human population growth and identifying the impact of such growth on the environment. Assessment(s): Lesson 3A Quiz Course-Specific Outcome 5: Explain the balance between the implementation costs of environmental regulations and their impact on mankind. Assessment(s): Lesson 10 Discussion: Capstone Environmental Science 3 BIOL 1230 Environmental Biology 3 D
ETEC 1101 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Select appropriate technologies and methods to compile, analyze, organize, and present relevant information effectively. Assessment(s): Project: Globalization Newsletter Course-Specific Outcome 2: Become effective users of technology. Assessment(s): Project: The ideal Job Presentation Electronic Technology in the Educational Environment 2 None
GEOL 1011K Course-Specific Outcome 1: Identify earth materials and discuss/interpret their origin, economic uses, composition and, interrelationships. Assessment(s): Igneous Rocks Quiz, Matter and Minerals Quiz Course-Specific Outcome 2: Demonstrate knowledge of Earth surface processes and their impact on mankind. Assessment(s): Climate Change Lab, Water Quiz Course-Specific Outcome 3: Use maps, photos, and diagrams to identify topographic and geologic structures, and the processes which form them. Assessment(s): Crustal Deformation Lab, Topographic maps lab Course-Specific Outcome 4: Demonstrate knowledge of the perspective of geologic events and processes, and the formation of earth materials; discuss evidence of plate tectonics and the earth's internal structure, and how processes within the earth influence its major surface features, control the location of the earth's major surface features, and control the location of earthquakes and volcanic activity. Assessment(s): Plate Tectonics Quiz, Volcanoes Lab Introductory Geosciences I & Lab 4 GEOL 1121 Introduction to Earth & Lab 4 D
HIST 1111 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Identify and evaluate important historical, political, cultural, social, and economic movements; historical figures; and events that characterize the development of the great world civilizations from antiquity through 1500 CE. Assessment(s): Final Exam Score, Midterm Exam Score Course-Specific Outcome 2: Analyze the various interpretations of world historical events, figures, and issues, and explain the ways and the reasons why these interpretations have changed over me. Assessment(s): Unit 4 Lesson 1 Discussion: The Greeks Unit 6 Discussion: Christianity and Islam’s Social Rivalry Course-Specific Outcome 3: Identify, using at least three examples, the ways in which world civilizations and cultures interacted with and influenced one another from antiquity through 1500 CE. Assessment(s): Unit 5 Discussion: From Republic to Empire Course-Specific Outcome 4: Identify the major historiographical issues associated with the significant me periods, cultures, figures, and events from antiquity through 1500 CE. Assessment(s): Unit 8 Discussion: The Renaissance, Final Exam World History I 3 HIST 1111 World History I 3 AREA F certain majors; General Elective
HIST 1112 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Students will be able to identify, discuss, and make connections between key moments, themes, and individuals in the modern world since 1500. Assessment(s): Unit 3 Essay, Unit 7 Discussion Course-Specific Outcome 2: Students will be able to identify and analyze how the factors of race, class, gender, and ethnicity shaped the modern world since 1500. Assessment(s): Unit 4 Discussion, Unit 5 Essay Course-Specific Outcome 3: Students will be able to recognize instances of collaboration and resistance with the dominant political systems in the modern world since 1500. Assessment(s): Unit 6 Essay, Unit 8 Discussion Course-Specific Outcome 4: Students will be able to generate a carefully constructed and persuasive historical interpretation in an essay that shows understanding of the developments across political and/or social boundaries. Assessment(s): Unit 2-6 Essays, Research Essay World History II 3 HIST 1112 World History II: Emergence of Modern Global Community 3 B
HIST 2111 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Determine the relationship between local and national issues and events. Assessment(s): Unit 3 Essay: Debate over Taxation and Representation Course-Specific Outcome 2: Exhibit comprehension of the historical process of continuity and change. Assessment(s): Unit 4 Discussion: Party Politics in the 1790s Course-Specific Outcome 3: Appraise how and why the historical interpretations of the controversies, issues, personalities, and problems have changed over me. Assessment(s): Unit 6 Discussion: Jackson and the Cherokee (Trail of Tears), Unit 5 Discussion: An Expanding Nation, Unit 5 Essay, The Debate over Slavery Course-Specific Outcome 4: Identify trends and issues in intellectual and cultural history and be able to relate them to topics in US History. Assessment(s): Unit 1 Discussion: Reflection on Unit 1 Essay; Unit 1 Essay: Christopher Columbus’s Journal Course-Specific Outcome 5: Recognize the role of diversity in American society. Assessment(s): Unit 5 Discussion: An Expanding Nation Course-Specific Outcome 6: Analyze the trials and contributions of the many cultures that make up American society. Assessment(s): Proctored Exam Essay Question, Unit 6 Discussion: Slavery and the Civil War United States History I 3 HIST 2110 United States Comprehensive Survey 3 E
MATH 1101 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Understand the concept and basic properties of functions. Assessment(s): Online Test 1, Midterm Exam, Final Exam Course-Specific Outcome 2: Understand the concept and basic properties of linear functions. Assessment(s): Online Test 2, Midterm Exam, Final Exam Course-Specific Outcome 3: Understand the concept and basic properties of quadratic functions. Assessment(s): Online Test 2, Midterm Exam. Final Exam Course-Specific Outcome 4: Understand the concept and basic properties of polynomial functions. Assessment(s): Online Test 3, Final Exam. Course-Specific Outcome 5: Understand the concept and basic properties of exponential functions. Assessment(s): Online Test 3, Final Exam. Course-Specific Outcome 6: Understand the concept and basic properties of logarithmic functions. Assessment(s): Online Test 4. Final Exam Course-Specific Outcome 7: Understand the concept and basic properties of piecewise functions. Assessment(s): Online Test 4, Final Exam Mathematical Modeling 3 MATH 1101 Introduction to Math Modeling 3 A
MATH 1111 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Model situations from a variety of settings in generalized mathematical forms. Assessment(s): Midterm Exam Question, Quiz 1 Test 1 Course-Specific Outcome 2: Express and manipulate mathematical information, concepts, and thoughts in verbal/numeric/graphical/symbolic form while solving a variety of problems. Assessment(s): Quiz 5, Test 2 Course-Specific Outcome 3: Solve multiple-step problems through different (inductive, deductive, and symbolic) modes of reasoning. Assessment(s): Midterm Exam, Quiz 10.1, Quiz 10.2 Course-Specific Outcome 4: Shift among the verbal, numeric, graphical, and symbolic modes of considering relationships. Assessment(s): Quiz 10.2, Final Exam Course-Specific Outcome 5: Extract quantitative data from a given situation, translate the data into information in various modes, evaluate the information, abstract essential information, make logical deductions, and arrive at reasonable conclusions. Assessment(s): Quiz 15.1, Final Exam, Test 4 College Algebra 3 MATH 1111 College Algebra 3 A
MATH 1113 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Identify the characteristics of various functions. Assessment(s): Midterm Exam, Online Exam 1. Course-Specific Outcome 2: Demonstrate knowledge of basic properties of logarithmic and exponential functions. Assessment(s): Online Test 2, Midterm Exam. Course-Specific Outcome 3: Demonstrate knowledge of the basic trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic, and inverse trigonometric functions. Assessment(s): Online Test 3, Final Exam. Course-Specific Outcome 4: Sketch and analyze the graphs of algebraic, trigonometric, exponential logarithmic, and inverse trigonometric functions. Assessment(s): Online Test 4, Final Exam. Course-Specific Outcome 5: Set up and solve word problems using algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic, and inverse trigonometric functions. Assessment(s): Midterm Exam, Final Exam. Course-Specific Outcome 6: Solve equations using algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic, and inverse trigonometric functions. Assessment(s): Midterm Exam, Final Exam. Course-Specific Outcome 7: Analyze when the use of technology is appropriate and when to apply the technology. Assessment(s): Online Test 4, Final Exam Pre-calculus 3 MATH 1113 Pre-Calculus 4 A or D
MATH 1401 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Identify and apply appropriate methods of data collections. Assessment(s): Midterm Exam, Question #2 Course-Specific Outcome 2: Effectively communicate quantitative concepts and results Assessment(s): Midterm Exam, Question #4 Course-Specific Outcome 3: Use graphical and numeric techniques to describe data Assessment(s): Midterm Exam, Question #5 Course-Specific Outcome 4: Develop an understanding of the concept of probability and the relationship of probability and statistics Assessment(s): Midterm Exam, Question #11 Course-Specific Outcome 5: Develop an understanding of the various probability distributions. Assessment(s): Midterm Exam, Question #21 Course-Specific Outcome 6: Use the appropriate method for estimating values of population parameters. Assessment(s): Final Exam, Question #6 Course-Specific Outcome 7: Use the appropriate method to test population parameters. Assessment(s): Final Exam, Question #13 Course-Specific Outcome 8: Use appropriate technology to determine whether a linear relationship exists between two variables. Assessment(s): Final Exam, Question #22 Course-Specific Outcome 9: Extract quantitative data from a given situation, translate the data, evaluate information, abstract essential information, and abstract essential information, make logical deductions, and arrive at reasonable conclusions. Assessment(s): Final Exam, Question #16 Intro to Statistics 3 STAT 2231 Introduction to Statistics I 3 D
MATH 1501 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Calculate and evaluate limits and represent these concepts graphically, algebraically, numerically and in words; Apply knowledge of limits and continuity to analyze and solve real-world problems; Determine when the use of technology is appropriate in solving problems related to limits and continuity and how to apply the technology. Assessment(s): Online Exam 1, Midterm Exam Course-Specific Outcome 2: Explain the definition of the derivative and how it is related to tangent lines and rates of change, and to compute derivatives from limit definitions; Compute derivatives using all the standard rules, displaying in particular a strong mastery of the Chain Rule; Compute derivatives of trigonometric functions and compute closely related trigonometric limits; Explain the concept of an implicitly defined function, and use the technique of implicit differentiation to differentiate functions that are defined implicitly; Model and solve related rates word problems Assessment(s): Online Exam 2, Online Exam 3, Midterm Exam; Final Exam Course-Specific Outcome 3: Solve problems related to rates of change; Identify and describe properties of functions and their graphs; Apply the properties of functions and their graphs to real life problem situations. Assessment(s): Online Exam 2, Online Exam 3, Midterm Exam, Final Exam. Course-Specific Outcome 4: Calculate anti-derivatives by using some basic rules; Evaluate anti-derivatives using the substitution technique; Define the definite integral. Evaluate a few definite integrals using the definition as a limit of Riemann sums; State the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus; Apply the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus to evaluate definite integrals. Assessment(s): Online Exam 4, Final Exam Calculus I 4 MATH 1441 Calculus I 4 A or D
MUSC 1100 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Recognize various elements, styles, composers, and major historical periods of music. Assessment(s): Unit 2 Listening/Writing Assignment, Unit 2 Quiz, Unit 3 Discussion, Midterm Course-Specific Outcome 2: Identify and discuss genres and uses of music. Assessment(s): Unit 3 Discussion, Unit 5 Discussion, Midterm Course-Specific Outcome 2: Demonstrate knowledge of the historical and cultural context of musical styles and periods. Assessment(s): Unit 3 Listening/Writing Assignment, Unit 8 Listening/Writing Assignment, Final Project Course-Specific Outcome 2: Analyze and make critical judgments of music listening experiences utilizing appropriate terms and concepts. Assessment(s): Concert Critique 1, Unit 5 Listening/Writing Assignment Music Appreciation 3 MUSC 1100 Music Appreciation 3 C
PHIL 2010 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Freedom: Explain and evaluate major arguments concerning freedom and determinism. Assessment: Unit 4 Discussion –Free Will and Determinism; Unit 4 Discussion – Hard vs. Soft Determinist Course-Specific Outcome 2: Ethics: Explain, evaluate, and apply major ethical theories. Assessments: Unit 5 Discussion – What Would You Do?; Unit 5 Discussion – Cultural and Moral Relativism Introduction to Philosophy 3 PHIL 2010 Introduction to Philosophy 3 C
PHYS 1211K Course-Specific Outcome 1: Understand and apply the laws and concepts associated with physics by solving word problems. Assessment(s): Quiz 7, Quiz 8, Proctored Midterm Exam Course-Specific Outcome 2: Perform simple laboratories and reach appropriate conclusions. Assessment(s): Lab 6, Lab 7 Course-Specific Outcome 3: Understand and apply the laws and concepts associated with physics by solving word problems. Assessment(s): Lab 4 Course-Specific Outcome 4: Understand and apply the laws and concepts associated with physics by solving word problems. Assessment(s): Lab 1 Principles of Physics I & Lab 4 PHYS 2211 Principles of Physics I & Lab 4 D
POLS 1101 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Demonstrate knowledge of the historical background, foundations, origins, content, and application of the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Assessment(s): Lesson 1 Quiz, Lesson 1 Discussion, Lesson 2 Quiz, Lesson 2 Discussion, Midterm Exam Course-Specific Outcome 2: Demonstrate a knowledge of the Georgia Constitution. Assessment(s): Lesson 2 Quiz, Lesson 2 Discussion, Midterm Exam Course-Specific Outcome 3: Identify the Institutions and processes of the three branches of government. Assessment(s): Lesson 5 Quiz, Lesson 5 Discussion, Lesson 5 Writing Assignment, Lesson 6 Quiz, Lesson 6 Discussion, Lesson 7 Quiz, Lesson 7 Discussion, Midterm Exam, Final Exam. Course-Specific Outcome 4: Develop an awareness of current political issues and the policy making process, both domestic and global. Assessment(s): Lesson 8 Quiz, Lesson 8 Discussion. Course-Specific Outcome 5: Analyze the nature of Democratic politics in the terms of political behavior (e.g. ideology, public opinion) and linking institution (e.g. parties, interest groups, media) Assessment(s): Lesson 3 Quiz, Lesson 3 Discussion, Lesson 3 Writing Assignment, Lesson 4 Quiz, Lesson 4 Discussion. American Government 3 POLS 1101 American Government 3 E
PSYC 1101 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Recognize that human experience and behavior vary as a function of context, culture and situation. Assessment(s): Lesson 6 Discussion, L6 Major Assignment: Development Difficulties Course-Specific Outcome 2: Identify, understand, and contrast fundamental psychology perspectives within a historical context; past, present, and future trajectory. Assessment(s): Lesson 1 Discussion- Burning Issues in Psychology, Lesson 7 Quiz Introduction to General Psychology 3 PSYC 1101 Intro to Psychology 3 E
SOCI 1101 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Define, identify, and explain culture, socialization, social interaction, groups, and social organization as basic building blocks of society and social experience, and apply this knowledge to explain why people conform to or deviate from societal expectations. Assessment(s): Lesson 3 Discussion – Your Generation: From a Cultural Point of View, Lesson 4 Discussion – Media, Human Growth, and Development of Self, Lesson 5 Writing Assignment – Bureaucracies, Lesson 7 Writing Assignment – Deviance and Social Control Course-Specific Outcome 2: Explain social structure, provide examples of social structure (both at the macro and micro level), and be able to express how important social institutions (such as family, religion, education, medicine, and others) shape society and social experience. Assessment(s): Lesson 9 Discussion – Social Institutions Introduction to Sociology 3 SOCI 1101 Introduction to Sociology 3 E
SPAN 2001 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Students should demonstrate an understanding of their languages and cultures in relation to the practices, products, and perspectives of the culture(s) of Spanish speaking countries. Assessment(s): Lesson 5 Project, Voice Board 4A Intermediate Spanish I 3 SPAN 2001 Intermediate Spanish I 3 C
SPAN 2002 Course-Specific Outcome 1: Students should demonstrate an understanding of their languages and cultures in relation to the practices, products, and perspectives of the culture(s) of Spanish speaking countries. Assessment(s): Discussion 8A, Lección 10 - Final Project Intermediate Spanish II 3 SPAN 2002 Intermediate Spanish II 3 C