Stephanie Langston - Instructor of Spanish
|Phone: 770, 278-1247, 770-856-0980|
(Email through iCollege when possible.)
Newton 1N 2421
FALL: Tues. 12:45-2:30pm, 3:45-5:15pm
Virtual Office Hours for Online/Hybrid Students:
Tues. and Thurs. 9-11 pm
NOTE: My webpage is soon changing to https://sites.gpc.edu/slangsto. Current info can be found there.
INSTRUCTORS: I have resources for you, as well. Please contact me at email@example.com.
Course Materials for ALL Classes (all
levels, face-to-face, hybrid and online)
You may purchase just the volume that you need for your Spanish level. For SPAN 1001, 1002, 2001 and 2002 we are using the Vistas 4th edition text (looseleaf) with access to the Supersite (6-month code).
For details on each volume and ISBNs, click here.
FALL 2014 Langston's
If you have questions about the class, the placement exam or the materials for class, please contact me (contact info above).
SPAN 2001 ONLINE FALL 2014 CLASSES:
There was an online orientation. The recorded version (archive) will be available in iCollege the first week of class.
SPAN 2001 ONLINE section 002 - Click here for syllabus
SPAN 2001 ONLINE section 003 - Click here for syllabus
Newton FALL 2014:
Newton Campus classes Spring 2014:
SPAN 2001 HYBRID T 2:30pm - Click here for syllabus
SPAN 1002 TTh 11:30am - Click here for syllabus
SPAN 1001 TTh 8:30am - Click here for syllabus
SPAN 1001 TTh 10:00am - Click here for syllabus
Be aware that SPAN 1001 counts as elective credit. It will not fulfill a foreign language requirement for
your program of study. If you have not taken Spanish before or had experience with the language, you
will need 1001. However, if you have experience with the language, you may see if you qualify to be
placed out of 1001 (not for credit, just for exemption) into a higher level.
You may access a FREE ONLINE Spanish
placement exam (from any computer with internet access)
by going to http://webcape.byuhtrsc.org/?acct=gpc. The password is "gpc". The exam takes from
5 to 20 minutes depending on your knowledge of the Spanish language. When you finish the exam your
results will be displayed for you along with a suggestion of which level of Spanish would best suit you.
Copy and paste that information and/or print it. Ultimately, the choice is up to you. However, if you
place above 1001 AND wish to enroll in a level above 1001 AND have not taken 1001 at the college level,
you will need permission to override the system. You will need to send your score (via email from where
you copied/pasted the score) or bring the printout in person to a Spanish Instructor.