Intermediate Spanish I: This course is the first semester of second-year Spanish language. Students enrolled in this course should have taken IA 102 or its equivalent and be able to use the present, future, preterit, imperfect tenses and pronouns with some fluency and have a working knowledge of the present subjunctive. This course is designed to reinforce grammatical structures introduced in first-year Spanish through activities that practice all four skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Attention is given to using command forms and the subjunctive. Attendance and classroom participation count for fifty percent of the requirement for credit. Classroom activities and topics are connected to the culture and literature of the Spanish-speaking world through the textbook, Enfoques, as well as students' own experiences. Emphasis is placed on accuracy in speaking and writing in Spanish. This is an integrated language course.