Serve-Learn-Sustain in Spain - School of Modern Languages

Serve-Learn-Sustain in Spain - School of Modern Languages

Serve-Learn-Sustain in Spain SPRING SEMESTER 2019, JANUARY 9 MAY 2 A FACULTY-LED GEORGIA TECH STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM GRANADA, SPAIN CENTRO DE LENGUAS MODERNAS

UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA Must have completed SPAN 2002 or equivalent through A.P or I.B. testing or online placement exam by the end of Fall 2018. Must be in good academic standing. PREREQUISITES

FULL ROOM AND BOARD WITH GRANADA HOST FAMILIES CULTURAL EXCURSIONS L A ALHAMBRA, L A CATEDRAL, EL CASTILLO DE L A CAL AHORRA Weeks 1 3, Monday Thursday: 10:00-1:30 pm - Discussion and Debates on Cultural, Educational, Economic, Environmental, and Political Issues in the Spanish

Context - Language Exchange Partners: Spanish University Students and Senior Citizens - Host Family Interview Assignments SPAN 3151 (3 CREDITS) CONVERS ATION PRACTICUM SPAN 3151 (3 CREDITS) CONVERS ATION PRACTICUM

Weeks 4 9, Tuesdays and Thursdays: 9:15 am-12:15 pm Study Social, Cultural, and Linguistic Diversity in the Spanish Context. Conduct field work and documentary projects on national versus regional identity in Spain. SPAN 4158 (3 CREDITS) SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND LINGUISTIC DIVERSITY IN

SPAIN SPAN 4158 (3 CREDITS) SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND LINGUISTIC DIVERSITY IN SPAIN Weeks 10 15, Tuesdays and Thursdays: 9:15 am12:15 pm Study Economic and Environmental Sustainability in the Spanish Context.

Group trips to study . . . - rural and sustainable tourism - sustainable architecture - sustainable agriculture - renewable energy production and research SPAN 4693 (3 CREDITS) SUSTAINABILITY IN SPAIN

SPAN 4693 (3 CREDITS) SUSTAINABILITY IN SPAIN Weeks 4 15, Tuesdays 12:30 2:30 pm Weekly class meetings introduce students to community needs assessment, promote discussion of the role of government and citizens in a social welfare state, and include guest speakers and roundtable discussions. Students complete 35 hours of community service during 10 weeks, keep a

service project reflection journal, and complete a final documentary assignment. Service projects in local schools, hospitals, non-profits, NGOs, and businesses. SPAN 4156 (3 CREDITS) SPANISH SERVICE-LEARNING ABROAD I SPAN 4156 (3 CREDITS)

SPANISH SERVICE-LEARNING ABROAD I Weeks 4 15 Thursdays 12:30 2:00 pm Complete an additional 65 hours of service-learning during 10 weeks, two service-learning reflection papers, and a needs assessment and design paper to receive 3 more credits for your service-learning project. You can choose to complete additional hours at the same site or add one additional service site.

SPAN 4157 (3 CREDITS) -- OPTIONAL SPANISH SERVICE-LEARNING ABROAD II Tuition and GT Mandatory Fees: * Actual tuition rates will be determined in April 2018 for Spring 2019.

$5000 (estimate) Students pay in-state rate for GT tuition and fees for 12 or 15 credits. Out-ofstate students pay additional $250. $8500 (estimate) $250

$5000 $3000 Program Fee: Books and Supplies Room and Board

Miscellaneous Costs: airport transfers, local transportation, site visits, cultural excursions, etc. Mandatory Insurance $250

Estimated Airfare: $1700 (estimate) Student Visa Application $600 (estimate) Process: PROGRAM COST Applications Open: June 1, 2018

https://atlas.gatech.edu/ Application Deadline: September 1, 2018 A non-refundable application fee of $500 is due at the time of application and counts toward the Program Fee. Space is limited to 22 students. APPLICATION INFORMATION AND DEADLINES 10 or more three-day weekends (Friday through Sunday)

9-days off for GT spring break 3 group excursions on economic and environmental sustainability as part of the program 1 research trip on social, cultural, and linguistic diversity funded with program fees PROGRAM CALENDAR B.S. in Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies (ALIS) 33 total credit hours of 3/4000-level Spanish coursework, with at least one class from each of the following areas: - Societies and Cultures, - Industry and Technology, - Arts and

Media. Plus 2 courses in Advanced Language Acquisition, 6 courses (18 credit hours) of elective courses in the language area, and the Intercultural Seminar Capstone course SPAN 4500 B.S. in International Affairs and Modern Languages (IAML) International Affairs courses + 24 credits of Spanish electives beyond 2002 B.S. in Global Economics and Modern Languages (GEML) Economics courses + 24 credits of Spanish electives beyond 2002 Spanish Minor - 15 credits of Spanish electives beyond 2002 Spanish Certificate - 12 credits of Spanish electives beyond 2001

SPANISH MAJORS, MINOR, AND CERTIFICATE OPTIONS HUMANITIES CREDIT Join the email list by signing-up now. Join the Facebook group: Serve-Learn-Sustain in Spain Spring 2019 Email Dr. Kelly Comfort with questions: [email protected] Check out the Program website:

https://modlangs.gatech.edu/lbat/serve-learn-sustain WAYS TO STAY INFORMED

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