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    This text was compiled on 05/22/2022

    About This Remix

    This remix is a product of the work done at LibreFest 2021 in July 2021. It aligns with the Intermediate Spanish sequence (SPAN 131, SPAN 132, SPAN 140) at Cañada College. These courses are aligned with California C-ID for Spanish 200 and 210, and elible for IGETC 3B/6A, as well as UC-H.

    This remix includes work from two sources. The bulk of the work is from Entrada Libre, produced by the ASCCC OERI Grant. There is also some material from Enrique Yepes' Spanish Grammar Manual.  In this way, there are 9 units, so as to cover 3 semesters' worth of material.

    Just like the Entrada Libre manual, this remix follows along with Acceso, the wonderful OER that Dr. Amy Rossomundo is spearheading at the Unversity of Kansas. This remix goes in order, although there is an additional unit added after Acceso's Unidad 5. Titled "El español como un idioma global," The cultural focus is on Spanish as a global language--much like English, Mandarin, and French are considered global languages.

    If there are any questions or comments, please send them to Dr. Sarah Harmon at harmons@smccd.edu.

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