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.A Brief Introduction to the Department of French

With the endorsement of the Ministry of Education,the Spanish Department ofthe School of Foreign Languages wasfounded in 2018. It began to enroll undergraduate students in September of the same year.This major is dedicated to cultivating the students with comprehensive development of moral, intellectual, physical and aesthetic abilities. To help the students build a solid foundation of Spanish language, professional knowledge and ability, relatively broad scientific and cultural knowledge, strong thinking ability, and cross-cultural competence.The initial teacher size of this major is 5 full time teachers and 2 foreign teachers. It is planned to expand to 7 teachers in 3 years, 3 foreign experts, 80% of whom have doctoral degrees, and 100% of whom with overseas study experience. The program plans to enroll postgraduate students within 3 years and recruit doctoral students within 5 years. The professional normal orientation and cross-cultural direction of the professional training of specialized professionals, fully reflects the school's distinctive characteristics of the school education and the practical needs of the country and society for Spanish talents. At the same time, in the training mode, the emphasis is on improving the humanities quality and the international training mode of Western language talents, making full use of the profound humanistic heritage and multicultural traditions of our school, and actively expanding educational cooperation and exchange of resources with universities in Spain and Latin America.At present, our school has signed an inter-school exchange agreement with the Autonomous University of Madrid, the University of Zaragoza and the various Universities of South America, covering the exchange of teachers, student exchanges, and sharing of curriculum resources. Each year, excellent undergraduates can be sent abroad to study. The proportion of undergraduate study abroad will reach 50% per year.

.Educational Objectives

This department aims at cultivating high-qualified and professional Spanish talents who have good quality in ideological politics, humanities and science, acquire comprehensive knowledge of Spanish language, literature and culture and are familiar with Spanish language and some research abilities, which enable them to undertake the jobs of teachers, researchers, translators, managers, etc. in the corresponding fields such as education, scientific research, foreign affairs, culture, trade, tourism, journalism and so on.

Ⅲ.Basic Requirements

1.Requirements of quality

The students shouldhave a correct world outlook, outlook on life and values, good moral quality, Chinese sentiment and international vision, social responsibility, humanities and scientific literacy, cooperative spirit, innovative spirit and basic literacy of the major of Spanish.

2.Requirements of knowledge

(1)The graduates should master basic knowledge and theory of Spanish language、literature and Spanish-speaking country and regional knowledge;

(2)The graduates should be familiar with the Chinese language and culture knowledge;

(3)The graduates should grasp relevant professional knowledge and basic knowledge of humanities and social sciences and natural sciences, form an interdisciplinary knowledge structure, reflecting professional characteristics.

3.Requirements of abilities

(1)The ability of using the Spanish language;

(2)The ability of cross-cultural communication;

(3)Speculative ability;

(4)The ability of literary appreciation;

(5)Certain research capabilities, innovation capabilities, information technology application capabilities, self-learning capabilities, and practical skills.

IV. Key Courses

Primary Spanish, Advanced Spanish, Spanish Speaking, Audio-visual-oral Spanish, Spanish Reading, Selected Reading in Spanish Press, Spanish Writing, A Theoretical and Practical Course of Translation, A Theoretical and Practical Course of Interpretation, Spanish Grammar, Introduction to Spain, Introduction to Latin American countries,Spanish Literature, Latin American Literature,Method of thesis and writing, etc.

V. Length of Schooling and Degree

Length of Schooling: 4 years

Degree: Literature Bachelor’s Degree

VI. Distribution of Class Hours and Course Credits

Course Credits=Total Course Credits; Class Hours=In-class Class Hours

Type

Semester

Course Type

I1

I2

I3

II1

II2

II3

III1

III2

III3

IV1

IV2

Total

Percentage

Credit

General Education Course

Required

10

7


8

7







32

24.61%

Core




2



2

2


2


8

Elective


2





2





4

Key Major Course

7

10


8

14


10

9


5


63

48.46%

Specialized Courses

Normal Education

Teacher Education (Required)














Teacher Education (Elective)













Major Course

(Elective)














Non-Normal Education

Academic

(Elective Major Course)













17.69%

Interdisciplinary

(Free Elective Course)




4

2


6

6


3

2

23

Innovative and Entrepreneurial Courses

(Elevtive)













Subtotal

17

19


22

23


20

17


10

2

130

100%

Class Hours

General Education Course

Required

140

128


144

128







540

27.78%

Core




32



32

32


32


128

Elective


32





32





64

Key Major Course

152

256


160

272


192

176


96


1304

54.24%

Individual Development Course

Normal Education

Teacher Education (Required)














Teacher Education (Elective)














Major Course (Elective)














Non-Normal Education

Academic (Elective Major Course)














Interdisciplinary (Free Elective Course)














Vocational (Credits for Innovation &

Entrepreneurship)




64

32


96

96


48

32

368

15.31%

Subtotal

292

416


400

432


352

304


176

32

2404

100%



















VII. List of Courses

Course

Variety

Course

Code

Course Title

Semester

Credit

Class hour distribution

Hours per Week

Prerequisite

Assessment

Course for Double Degre

Category

Note

Lecture

Tutorial

Lab

General Education Course

Required

34000023

Basic Principles Of Marxism

II1

3

32


16

2






34000021

Ideology and Moral

Cultivation

and Law Foundation

I1

3

32


16

2






34000022

Conspectus of Chinese

Modern History

I2

2

24


8

3






34000025

Introduction to Mao Zedong Thoughts and Chinese

Characterized Socialism Theory System

II2

6

48


48

3






35000011

University English


8

Graded teaching begins from the Grade 2015 .

33001100

University Sports


4

Club teaching system begins from the Grade 2015


Information Technology Capability

Students can choose to pass the University’s test on their ITC, or obtain the National Computer Rank Examination Certificate, or to earn the credit for the course Computer Basics.



Freshmen Seminars

I1

2

20

12

/

3


1


1


Elective

General Core Courses

Module 1: Mathematics and Social Sciences


2

Students are required to earn 8 credits for General Core Courses listed in the University General Core Courses Catalogue, including four credits in English courses

Module2: Philosophy and Social Sciences


2

Module3:Art and Humanities


2

Module4: Education andPsychology


2

Quality Cultivation Courses

Students are required to choose Quality Cultivation Courses such as Current Situation and Policy, Career Consultation, and Mental Health of College Students.


Key Major Course

Major Foundational Course

48610001

Primary Spanish 1

I1

4

72

24

/

8


1

No

1


48610012

SpanishPhoneticstraining

I1

2

22

10

/

2


1


1


48610008

Audio-visual-oral Spanish 1

I1

1

24

/

/

2


1

No

1


48610009

Audio-visual-oral Spanish 2

I2

2

32

16

/

2


1


1


48610010

Spanish Reading 1

I2

2

32

/

2


1

No

1


48610002

Primary Spanish 2

I2

6

96

32

/

8


1

No

1


48610013

Spanish Grammar 1

II1

2

22

10

/

2


1

No

1


48610003

Primary Spanish 3

II1

6

96

32

/

8


1

No

1


48610011

Spoken Spanish 1

II2

2

22

10

/

2


1


1


48610015

Introduction to Spain

II2

2

20

12

/

2


1


1


Major Course (Required)

48610014

Spanish Grammar 2

II1

4

64

16

/

4


1

No

1


48610004

Primary Spanish 4

II2

6

96

32

/

8


1

No

1


48610005

Advanced Spanish 1

III1

4

80

16

/

6


1

No

1


48610019

Selected Reading in Spanish Press

III1

2

22

10

/

2


1

No

1


48610020

A Theoretical and Practical Course of Translation

III1

2

20

12

/

2


1or3


1


48610016

Introduction to Latin American countries

III1

2

20

12

/

2


1


1


48610017

History of Spanish Literature

III2

2

20

12

/

2


1


1


48610021

A Theoretical and Practical Course of Interpretation

III2

2

20

12

/

2


1


1


48610022

Primary writing of Spanish

III2

1

10

6

/

2


1


1


48610006

Advanced Spanish 2

III2

4

80

16

/

6


1


1


Individual DevelopmentCourse

Elective Course

48610023

Method of thesis and writing

IV1

1

10

6

/

2


3


1


48610007

Advanced Spanish 3

IV1

2

32

32

/

4


1


1


48610018

History of Latin American Literature

IV1

2

22

10

/

2


1


1


48621005

Spanish Reading 2

II1

2

22

10

/

2


1


1


48621001

Audio-visual-oral Spanish 3

II1

2

22

10

/

2


1


1


48611002

Audio-visual-oral Spanish 4

II2

2

22

10

/

2


1


1


48621003

Spanish News Listening 1

III1

2

22

10

/

2


1


1


48622002

Appreciation of Spanish Poetry

III1

2

22

10

/

2


1


1


48621006

Spoken Spanish 2

III1

2

22

10

/

2


1or3


1


48623001

Comparison of Chinese and Western Cultures

III1

2

22

10

/

2


1


1


48622003

Rhetoric and Writing

III2

2

22

10

/

2


1


1


48621004

Spanish News Listening 2

III2

2

22

10

/

2


1


1


48623003

Business Spanish

III2

2

22

10

/

2


1


1


48621007

Selected Reading in Spanish Literature

III2

2

20

12

/

2


1


1


48622004

Introduction to Spanishlexicology

IV1

1

10

6

/

2


1


1


48621008

Selected Reading in Latin American Literature

IV1

2

22

10

/

2


1


1


48623004

Society and Culture of Spain

IV1

1

10

6

/

2


1


1


48623005

Introduction to EU

IV2

1

22

10

/

2


1


1


48622001

methods of Foreign language teaching

IV2

1

22

10

/

2


1


1


48623002

History of Spain

IV2

1

22

10

/

2


1


1


48622005

Introduction to Spanish Linguistics

IV2

1

22

10

/

2


1


1




















VIII. Practical Education

1. Lab work and/or educational practice

The students are required to earn 16 credits for lab work and/or educational practice. They earn 2 credits forthe internship (scheduled in Semester III of the third year), 8 credits for the probation (scheduled in Semester I of the fourth year), and 6 credits for the graduation thesis (scheduled in Semester II of the fourth year).

2. Community Education

2.1 The students are required to earn at least 4 credits for Innovation & Entrepreneurship.

2.2 The students can earn 1 credit for each of the items in the following list:

⑴Publication of academic writings (dissertation or translation) on journals;

⑵Establishment of scientific research project of university or higher level;

⑶PassingEEE-4 (Exámen Nacional para Estudiantes de Licenciatura de Filología Española Nivel 4);

⑷Passing EEE-8 (Exámen Nacional para Estudiantes de Licenciatura de Filología Española Nivel 8);

⑸Reaching the finals of National Spanish Speech Contest (or any other state-level French contest);

⑹PassingCET-4 (College English Test-Band 4);

⑺Passing CET-6 (College English Test-Band 6);

⑻Passing NCRE(National Computer Rank Examination);

⑼Getting the certificate of Chinese Mandarin Test (Band 2B or the higher band);

⑽Getting the certificate of CATTI-2(China Accreditation Test for Spanish Translators and Interpreters -2);

⑾Gettingthe certificate of CATTI-3(China Accreditation Test for Spanish Translators and Interpreters -3);

2.3Other types of innovation credits confirmed by the school could also be included in the total credits.

IX. Notes

1. Explanations about taking common courses

Earning credits for College English

College English is taught based on students’ English proficiency of. A total of 12 credits can be earned upon the completion of the College English courses. Based on the results of the English placement test they take when entering CCNU, students will attend Preliminary Class (C-level), Secondary Class (B-level) or Advanced Class (A-level) accordingly. General English courses, with a total of 12 credits, are taught throughout three semesters for students in C-level class. For B-level students, they need to complete both general English courses (2 semesters; 8 credits) and English courses for general knowledge (1 semester; 4 credits). A-level not only includes general English courses (1 semester; 4 credits) and English courses for general knowledge (I semester; 4 credits), but also English courses for specific purpose (1 semester; 4 credits).

⑵Earning credits for University Sports

Students earn credits for University Sports by joining the University’s sports clubs. They should at least earn 4 credits in four semesters by taking courses offered by sports clubs. Furthermore, they must take the National Standard Test for Students’ Physical Health 4 times (once every year). For more details, refer to “Notice of Ministry of Education on Issuing ‘Basic Standards for Physical Education in Colleges and Universities’”. For the rules of earning credits by joining sports clubs, refer to “Implementation Plan for the Reform of CCNU’s University Sports Courses” (CCNU Administrative File No. [2015] 246).

⑶Assessment of Information Technology Capability (ITC)

Students are not allowed to graduate before they pass the University’s assessment of their ITC. They are qualified if 1) they pass the ITC test organized by the University upon their enrollment, or 2) they obtain the National Computer Rank Examination Certificate, or 3) they take the course Computer Basics (2 credits) and pass its assessment. Students who pass their ITC assessment in either of the first two ways do not earn extra credits. Those who pass their ITC assessment in the third way earn 2 credits, which can be accepted as credits for Free Elective Courses. Non-free normal students should pay extra fees for earning the credits.

⑷Earning credits for General Core Courses

Students are required to earn 8 credits for General Education Core Courses through taking the courses listed in the University General Education Core Courses Catalogue. Normal students are required to choose courses from all of the 3 modules (Module of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Module of Philosophy and Social Sciences, and Module of Arts and Humanities), whereas non-normal students are required to choose courses from all of the 4 modules (Module of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Module of Philosophy and Social Sciences, Module of Arts and Humanities, and Module of Education and Psychology). They should not choose courses the same as or similar to those of their own majors.

⑸Earning a minor certificate or second degree

According to the 2015 Undergraduate Talent Cultivation Plan, students must earn 28 or 42 credits from Key Major Courses in order to obtain respectively a minor certificate or a second degree.

⑹Earning credits for Individual Development Courses

Non-normal majors are divided into three kinds: academic, interdisciplinary, and sports & art. Academically-oriented students are required to earn 25 credits for Major Courses (Elective). Interdisciplinarily-oriented students are required to earn 25 credits for Free Elective Courses, which they can choose from all the courses offered by the University. Sports and art students are required to earn 25 credits for Innovation & Entrepreneurship.

2. Further notes

(1)The major is divided into two directions: teacher-training and cross-cultural. The normal direction requires courses in foreign language education, introduction to Spanish linguistics, and Spanish literature.

(2)The students of this major have the right to study fora second degree in education, English, economics, foreign literature and so on.

(3)The credit hoursconsist ofthe General Courses (41 credits), Major Courses(66 credits) andSpecialized Course(23 credits).

(4)The students must choose three modules from the Core Courses ofthe General Coursesto obtain 8 creditsin total, including 4 credits for the English Core Course.

(5)The students must take at least 2 blended learning courses.

(6)The examinations of the courses are divided into three types: 1) exams, 2) tests and 3) oral tests.

(7)The students should complete their internshipin thesummer vacationafter the sixth semester (2 credits) and the probation periodfor no less than eight weeks during the seventh semester (8 credits).

(8)The students should complete their graduation thesis in the 8th semester (6 credits).

(9)The students who will receive the approval for graduation shouldobtain the requiredcredits within the period of schooling, which include the course credits (130credits) and community education practice (4 credits), complete all the learning tasks, passthe required foreign language exams, defend their doctoral dissertation.The students who have reached the standards established by CCNU willbe awarded the Bachelor of Arts.

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