Language & Culture - Black Hawk College

Language & Culture

Program Description

In-person vs. virtual classroom vs. online?

  • An in-person class provides the traditional on-site instruction.
  • A virtual classroom provides real-time, online instruction. A student is responsible for the technology needed to attend the class.
  • An online class provides online instruction but not in real-time. A student is responsible for the technology needed to complete the class.

 

Basic Spanish                 

Instructor:  J. Zamora

You will be introduced to Spanish vocabulary and expressions for everyday situations in this fun and interactive introductory course. Practice how to correctly pronounce the language while gaining knowledge of the Hispanic culture. This class would also serve as a great refresher course! Optional textbook can be purchased at www.Amazon.com . Spanish with Amigos: A Beginner’s Guide to Conversational Spanish by Tara Bradley Williams, ISBN#978-1934467725.

8 Tuesdays          Mar. 9 – Apr. 27               6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Bldg. 2 – Rm. 115                 Tuition Fee $165
In-person CRN 10960          Virtual classroom CRN 10961

Professional Continuing Education Credits: 16 CEs provided for social workers, nursing home administrators, dietitian/nutrition counselors, physical therapists and physical therapist assistants.

 

Basic Spanish for Health Care      

Instructor: J. Zamora

This class will help those navigating the health care system as a patient or caregiver, as well as those employed as health care professionals. Learn to communicate simply and effectively in Spanish to medical staff, patients, and families. Spanish pronunciation, basic vocabulary such as family members, numbers, body parts, times and directions will be covered. Communicate and gather personal information and symptoms regarding a patient with confidence.

6 Wednesdays   Mar. 10 – Apr. 14             6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Outreach – Rm. 406         Tuition Fee $125

In person CRN 10851

Professional Continuing Education Credits: 12 CEs provided for social workers, nursing home administrators, massage therapists, physical therapists and physical therapist assistants.

 

American Sign Language (ASL) – Beginning   

Instructor: H. Jackson

Learn enough basic signs, finger spelling, and sign language syntax to be able to express and understand simple concepts in American Sign Language (ASL). You will be able to sign a simple conversation/dialog with others. Before the first class, purchase required textbook at www.bhc.edu/bookstore.   

8 Tuesdays          Mar. 2 – Apr. 20               6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Bldg. 3 – Rm. 306                              Tuition Fee $159

In-person CRN 10990

Professional Continuing Education Credits: 16 CEs provided for social workers, nursing home administrators, dietitian/nutrition counselors, physical therapists and physical therapist assistants.

 

American Sign Language (ASL) – Intermediate

Instructor: H. Jackson

Prerequisite: American Sign Language (ASL) – Beginning.

This class is a continuation of American Sign Language (ASL) – Beginning. Expand your sign language vocabulary, improve your communication skills and develop fluency in American Sign Language. Before the first class, purchase required textbook at www.bhc.edu/bookstore. Same textbook as used in the Beginning class.

6 Tuesdays          Apr. 27 – June 1   6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Bldg. 3 – Rm. 306                              Tuition Fee $120

In-person CRN 10991

Professional Continuing Education Credits: 12 CEs provided for social workers, nursing home administrators, dietitian/nutrition counselors, physical therapists and physical therapist assistants.