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Lake Region State College

SPAN—Spanish

SPAN 101 First-Year Spanish I

Pronunciation and fundamental grammatical

principles introduced through the devel-

opment of skill and listening comprehen-

sion and speaking, followed by practice in

reading and writing. Language laboratory

attendance required. (4 cr)

SPAN 102 First-Year Spanish II

Continued study of pronunciation and

fundamental grammatical principles through

the development of skill in listening compre-

hension and speaking, followed by practice

in reading and writing. Language laboratory

attendance required. Prerequisite: SPAN 101

with a grade of “C” or better. This course is

offered collaboratively via IVN by Williston

State College. (4 cr)

SPAN 201 Second-Year Spanish I

Review of the structure of the language,

readings in Spanish, practice in oral and

written expression. Prerequisite: SPAN 102

or approval of instructor. This course is

offered collaboratively via IVN by Williston

State College. (4 cr)

SPAN 202 Second-Year Spanish II

Review of the structure of the language,

readings in Spanish, practice in oral and

written expression. Prerequisite: SPAN 201

or approval of instructor. This course is

offered collaboratively via IVN by Williston

State College. (4 cr)

SPED—Special Education

SPED 110 Introduction to Exceptional

Children

A survey course examining exceptionalities

of learning with a focus on understanding

current social and educational responsibili-

ties. This course is offered collaboratively by

Minot State University. (3 cr)

SPED 120 Introduction to Behavior

Management

This course focuses on principles of behav-

ior; basic behavior management procedures;

defining, recording, and charting behavior;

and ways to design and implement behavior

management programs. It also teaches skills

on how to write behavioral objectives. This

course is offered collaboratively by Minot

State University. (3 cr)

TECH—Technology

TECH 238 Basic Welding

Broad overview of safe work habits and safe

working conditions for welding as well as the

basic principles and practices in the funda-

mentals of shielded metal arc welding and

oxy-acetylene gas welding. (2‑5 cr)

TECH 299 Special Topics

Students work on projects to increase their

knowledge in a special area. Approval of

instructor. (2‑5 cr)

THEA—Theatre Arts

THEA 161 Acting I

Basic principles of acting with emphasis on

movement; basic character development

through improvisation and script. (3 cr)

THEA 201 Theater Practicum

Projects in all areas from acting in a produc-

tion to technical areas, such as lighting,

makeup, planning, publicity, and set con-

struction. Approval of instructor. Maximum

of four semester hours. (1 cr)

THEA 251 Summer Theater

Alignment with a summer production

performed by the Fort Totten Little The-

ater. Students meet with the instructor and

devise an individual plan of activity that may

include acting or working on the technical

side. (1-3 cr)

Course Descriptions