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The course will be a combination of recorded video instruction, conversation practice with other students, and homework assignments given and evaluated through the integrated Instreamia learning platform. In these assignments, students will practice listening recognition, vocabulary understanding, context comprehension, and grammar usage. Assessment criteria for the determination of each student’s letter grade will be 12 homework assignments, conversation participation, 6 quizzes, 2 midterms and a final.
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THIS IS MISLEADING. THIS IS NOT AN OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE. If the mission of CURRIKI has changed then I am out of line but I will quote the home page of Curriki: "What is an Open Educational Resource? Simply put: it’s educational content that can be freely shared. It can be a book, a lesson, a checklist, a video, a set of lecture notes and so on. The key thing is that the content is open; anyone can use, reuse and share it, rather than being proprietary. The creator of an OER has set it free to make it easy for everybody to use it."
There's nothing Massive and Open about this Spanish MOOC course. If you charge money for the courses how is this any different from anything other course taken online or on CD or...?