Non-Credit Spanish Courses
Conversational Spanish (Non-Credit)
This class is a crash course in how to approach foreign language learning. Unlike the college courses, there will not be extensive grammatical lectures. This class will concentrate in oral practice. The participants will be required to practice conversation out of the classroom. Do not expect to become bilingual by this course. I will be providing weekly handouts and exercises from the workbook/textbook, which will be discussed and used in oral practice in class. Spanish courses are open to faculty, staff, TAMU students, and members of the community. Children (age 10 and above) may participate in the Beginning Spanish course if accompanied by an adult also taking the course.
SPRING 2019 CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH COURSE (NON-CREDIT)
Monday & Wednesday
5:30 – 7:30 PM
FEB 4 – MAR 27
WEHNER BLDG. ROOM 104
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Click HERE to register!
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Meet your instructor
Teaching since 1978 at Coleman ISD, Texas (Spanish, ESL, & Sociology) and at TAMU since 1979, José Antonio Caraballo is a retired Senior Lecturer from the Hispanic Studies Department where he served as a faculty member, Academic Advisor, Study Abroad Coordinator, and mentor. In addition, Caraballo teaches for the Center for International Studies at MAYS Business School (Non Credit Spanish) & Blinn College (Spanish for Health Providers). His undying commitment to service has also earned him numerous prestigious awards including the Texas A&M Fish Camp Name Sake, the A&M International Excellence Award, and Texas A&M Association of Former Students Distinguished Teaching Award. In 2006, Caraballo was named A&M University Mentor of the Year, and in 2008, Hispanic of the Year by the Hispanic Forum of Bryan/College Station. Caraballo is currently active in the community as a radio personality for Brazos Valley Communication Radio Alegría (102.3 FM & 1240 AM), where he is strong advocate for education, bilingualism, and multiculturalism. In the Hispanic community, he is known as “El Maestro.” Feel free to contact Mr. Caraballo at firstname.lastname@example.org
¡Bienvenidos a nuestra clase de español!
Retired Senior Lecturer
Hispanic Studies Department
Center for International Business Studies