Fall 2022

Section 1377 of SPAN1
Elementary Spanish-Part 1 -- : Aug 15 - Dec 09 2022
This section is offered fully online.

Section 1914 of SPAN40
Introductory Spanish for Spanish Speakers -- : Aug 15 - Dec 09 2022
This section is offered fully online and is designed for Heritage Spanish speakers or those with native fluency. If you have not taken Spanish classes before, you can take this class by filling out the online Prerequisite Challenge Form. If you have taken Spanish classes before, please complete the form and enroll in the Span 41 course. All students are welcome to enroll in this class; and this section will have extra support from the Lanzamientoinitiative

Section 2130 of SPAN1
Elementary Spanish-Part 1 -- : Aug 18 - Dec 09 2022
Mandatory Availability for Zoom Meetings: The instructor will schedule at least, an hour-long live Zoom meeting within the days/times listed. Students are expected to make themselves available online with a functioning internet, mic, and camera for the duration of the live session. More details will be provided in the syllabus distributed by the instructor.

Section 2131 of SPAN1
Elementary Spanish-Part 1 -- : Aug 15 - Dec 09 2022
This section is offered fully online. All students are welcome to enroll in this class; and this section will have extra support from the Lanzamientoinitiative.

Spring 2022

Section 5665 of SPAN1
Elementary Spanish-Part 1 -- : Jan 20 - May 19 2022
Mandatory Availability for Zoom meetings: The instructor will schedule at least, an hour-long live Zoom meeting within the days/times listed. Students are expected to make themselves available online with a functioning Internet, mic, and camera for the duration of the live session. More details will be provided in the syllabus distributed by the instructor.

Section 6111 of SPAN1
Elementary Spanish-Part 1 -- : Jan 19 - May 18 2022
Mandatory Availability for Zoom meetings: The instructor will schedule at least, an hour-long live Zoom meeting within the days/times listed. Students are expected to make themselves available online with a functioning Internet, mic, and camera for the duration of the live session. More details will be provided in the syllabus distributed by the instructor. All students are welcome to enroll in this class; and this section will have extra support from the Lanzamientoinitiative.

Section 6118 of SPAN40
Introductory Spanish for Spanish Speakers -- : Jan 20 - May 19 2022
This section is designed for Heritage Spanish speakers. Mandatory Availability for Zoom meetings: The instructor will schedule at least, an hour-long live Zoom meeting within the days/times listed. Students are expected to make themselves available online with a functioning Internet, mic, and camera for the duration of the live session. More details will be provided in the syllabus distributed by the instructor. All students are welcome to enroll in this class; and this section will have extra support from the Lanzamientoinitiative.

Section 7779 of SPAN1
Elementary Spanish-Part 1 -- : Jan 19 - May 18 2022
Mandatory Availability for Zoom meetings: The instructor will schedule at least, an hour-long live Zoom meeting within the days/times listed. Students are expected to make themselves available online with a functioning Internet, mic, and camera for the duration of the live session. More details will be provided in the syllabus distributed by the instructor.

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Born and raised in Mexico, Deyanira Morales spent her formative years in her home country, where she completed her undergraduate studies at Universidad Autónoma de Baja California.

After moving to the United States, she continued to earn a second undergraduate degree at San Diego State University in Liberal Arts, specializing in French, and Spanish and minoring in Linguistics. While completing her undergraduate studies, she also studied abroad at Université de Paris, Sorbonne.

She continued to complete her graduate studies in Foreign Languages, specializing in Spanish and French, at George Mason University.

Before joining the World Languages Spanish Department here, she had taught at various colleges and universities throughout the country, including Chapman University, California State University San Marcos, National University, San Diego State University, University of Maryland, George Mason University, Palomar College, Central Texas College, Germanna Community College and Blue Mountain Community College.

Her areas of interest include Cultural Studies, Linguistics, Foreign Film Studies, and Translation and Interpretation Studies.

She teaches all levels of lower division Spanish language, including Spanish for Heritage Speakers.

She specializes in Spanish, French and Linguistics and has notions of other foreign languages she has studied such as Italian, Russian, Arabic and Japanese.