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Advanced Spanish Composition II
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As part of the Worcester State University OER initiative in Spring 2017, Dr. Elizabeth Osborne created and translated course materials for her SP 322, Advanced Spanish Composition II, course. Materials have been divided into peer review (revisión por pares) handouts, close reading activities (actividades de lectura detallada) and other miscellaneous materials. The materials included here are by no means exhaustive, but they serve as a starting point to making education affordable and to filling the gap in Spanish-language OER for upper division courses.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Spanish
Material Type:
Homework/Assignment
Reading
Author:
Elizabeth Osborne
Date Added:
06/23/2020
¡Bienvenidos! : Spanish Language Textbook
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This textbook includes sections for Spanish 1001, Spanish 1002, and Spanish 2001

Table of Contents:

1001: ¡Bienvenidos!
CAPÍTULO 1 - LA CLASE E INFORMACIÓN PERSONAL
CAPÍTULO 2 - ¿CÓMO ERES? ¿QUÉ HACES? ¿QUÉ TE GUSTA?
CAPÍTULO 3 - ¿CUÁNDO VAS A TUS CLASES?
CAPÍTULO 4 - LA TECNOLOGÍA
CAPÍTULO 5 - FAMILIAS Y PROFESIONES

1002: Un Paso Adelante
CAPÍTULO 6 - EN LA CIUDAD Y EL PUEBLO
CAPÍTULO 7 - EN TU TIEMPO LIBRE
CAPÍTULO 8 - EN LA TIENDA DE ROPA
CAPÍTULO 9 - ¡QUÉ RICO!

2001: Llegando Más Lejos
CAPÍTULO 10 - LA CASA Y EL HOGAR
CAPÍTULO 11 - CULTURA Y MEDIOS DE COMUNICACIÓN
CAPÍTULO 12 - ¿TE SIENTES BIEN?
CAPÍTULO 13 - ¡A VIAJAR!

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Spanish
Material Type:
Textbook
Author:
Jeff Zamostny
Laura Hill
Stephanie Henderson Hollenbeck
Julia Farmer
Date Added:
03/18/2021
¡Chévere! Introductory Spanish I & II
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Chévere! Introductory Spanish I & II offer a comprehensive introductory Spanish sequence, providing guidance and practice in reading, writing, listening to, and speaking Spanish. Each module includes thematic vocabulary, sequenced grammar instruction, numerous self-check drills and exercises, open-form communicative activities, scaffolded writing assignments, and reading passages exploring various aspects of life and culture in the Spanish-speaking world. Each grammar section is introduced by a short reading passage to highlight new structures and patterns within their linguistic context. Within each lesson, self-grading practice activities with targeted feedback allow students to learn by doing and track their level of mastery. The text is accompanied by engaging images and videos throughout, and all vocabulary and reading passages include audio files to practice pronunciation and listening comprehension.

Description
This course was developed by Lumen Learning in conjunction with SUNY Oneonta and Freedom Learning Group.
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Waymaker Version: The Lumen Learning Waymaker version of this textbook includes thousands of interactives. Adopters who wish to provide students with a digital text, integrated homework system, personalized study plans, and LMS integration should contact Lumen Learning. Available at https://lumenlearning.com/courses/spanish-i/ and https://lumenlearning.com/courses/introductory-spanish-ii/ (see clickable links below).
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Print Friendly Version: The pedagogical design of the book includes multiple opportunities to engage students with speaking and writing early in their Spanish learning. Our print version of the book inserts classroom activities into each chapter, and removes the digital interactives and replaces them with more print friendly version (https://courses.lumenlearning.com/suny-oneonta-spanish1-2-print-sp2021/). The PDF used at SUNY Oneonta is included here (https://dspace.sunyconnect.suny.edu/handle/1951/71412), and that version of the book is available in Pressbooks format.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Spanish
Material Type:
Full Course
Textbook
Author:
Alejandra Escudero
Elizabeth Small
Maria Cristina Montoya
Erica Brown
Date Added:
02/23/2021
¿Cómo suena?: Fonética y fonología del español
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¿Cómo suena? Fonética y fonología del español was created in 2021 by Alejandra Escudero, a Spanish lecturer at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Oneonta, with two independent study Spanish students, Nicole Barreca and Alyssa Carbone. Their work was supported by funding from the SUNY Oneonta Student Grant Program for Research and Creative Activities.

Table of Contents:
Unidad 1:
Módulo 1: Introducción a la fonética y la fonología
Módulo 2: Nociones básicas
Módulo 3: Tildes
Módulo 4: Las vocales
Módulo 5: La sílaba y las consonantes 'yod' y 'wau'
Módulo 6: Vocales en contacto y el ritmo

Unidad 2:
Módulo 7: Las consonantes
Módulo 8: La transcripción fonética, fonemas y alófonos
Módulo 9: Las consonantes africadas y los fonemas oclusivos sordos
Módulo 10: Las consonantes nasales
Módulo 11: Los sonidos obstruyentes sonoros
Módulo 12: Las consonantes vibrantes
Módulo 13: La consonante lateral
Módulo 14: Las consonantes fricativas

Unidad 3:
Módulo 15: Raíces e historia del español
Módulo 16: Rasgos del español peninsular
Módulo 17: Rasgos del español latinoamericano

Recursos adicionales
Prácticas de transcripción fonética estricta
Tabla grafo-fonética
Glosario de términos técnicos útiles
Materiales de estudio
Banco de dialectos

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Spanish
Material Type:
Textbook
Author:
Alejandra Escudero
Alyssa Carbone
Nicole Barreca
Date Added:
10/18/2021
Elementary Spanish I (3-4 credit hours) Canvas Course
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Canvas Commons course associated with the first half of the textbook: https://louis.pressbooks.pub/elementaryspanish1and2/

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to: - SPEAK Spanish in order to describe, narrate a series of events, and ask and answer questions in the present tense about everyday topics. - LISTEN AND COMPREHEND Spanish in both spontaneous and recorded media formats in order to carry out daily tasks. - READ AND UNDERSTAND text in order to respond to questions and make decisions based on the readings. - WRITE sentences and paragraphs on familiar topics in order to communicate personal needs. - COMPARE and CONTRAST the target culture, both Western and non-Western, with your own through developing cultural awareness of Spanish-speaking countries and/or communities. This course was created through Interactive OER for Dual Enrollment, a project led by LOUIS: The Louisiana Library Network (https://louislibraries.org) and funded with a $2 million Open Textbooks Pilot Program grant from the Department of Education. This project supports the extension of access to high-quality post-secondary opportunities to high school students across Louisiana and beyond. It features a collaboration between educational systems in Louisiana, the library community, Pressbooks, and workforce representatives to enable and enhance the delivery of open educational resources (OER) and interactive quiz and assessment elements for priority dual enrollment courses in Louisiana and nationally. Developed OER course materials are released under a license that permits their free use, reuse, modification and sharing with others. This includes a textbook and corresponding course available in Moodle and Canvas that can be imported to other platforms. For access/questions, contact Affordable Learning Louisiana (alearningla@laregents.edu). If you are adopting this resource, we would be glad to know of your use via this brief survey: https://survey.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_41Olbogjof6HUay

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Spanish
Material Type:
Full Course
Provider:
LOUIS: The Louisiana Library Network
Provider Set:
Interactive OER for Dual Enrollment Grant
Author:
Carolina Delgado
Giti Farudi
Handy Acosta Cuellar
Isabel Matus
Jerry Parker
Yelani Feldman
Date Added:
05/22/2024
Elementary Spanish I (3-4 credit hours) Moodle Course
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Moodle course associated with the first half of the textbook: https://louis.pressbooks.pub/elementaryspanish1and2/

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to: - SPEAK Spanish in order to describe, narrate a series of events, and ask and answer questions in the present tense about everyday topics. - LISTEN AND COMPREHEND Spanish in both spontaneous and recorded media formats in order to carry out daily tasks. - READ AND UNDERSTAND text in order to respond to questions and make decisions based on the readings. - WRITE sentences and paragraphs on familiar topics in order to communicate personal needs. - COMPARE and CONTRAST the target culture, both Western and non-Western, with your own through developing cultural awareness of Spanish-speaking countries and/or communities. This course was created through Interactive OER for Dual Enrollment, a project led by LOUIS: The Louisiana Library Network (https://louislibraries.org) and funded with a $2 million Open Textbooks Pilot Program grant from the Department of Education. This project supports the extension of access to high-quality post-secondary opportunities to high school students across Louisiana and beyond. It features a collaboration between educational systems in Louisiana, the library community, Pressbooks, and workforce representatives to enable and enhance the delivery of open educational resources (OER) and interactive quiz and assessment elements for priority dual enrollment courses in Louisiana and nationally. Developed OER course materials are released under a license that permits their free use, reuse, modification and sharing with others. This includes a textbook and corresponding course available in Moodle and Canvas that can be imported to other platforms. For access/questions, contact Affordable Learning Louisiana (alearningla@laregents.edu). If you are adopting this resource, we would be glad to know of your use via this brief survey: https://survey.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_41Olbogjof6HUay

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Spanish
Material Type:
Full Course
Provider:
LOUIS: The Louisiana Library Network
Provider Set:
Interactive OER for Dual Enrollment Grant
Author:
Carolina Delgado
Giti Farudi
Handy Acosta Cuellar
Isabel Matus
Jerry Parker
Yelani Feldman
Date Added:
05/22/2024
Elementary Spanish I+II (6 credit hours) Canvas Course
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Canvas Commons course associated with the textbook: https://louis.pressbooks.pub/elementaryspanish1and2/

It is with pleasure that I welcome you to our Elementary Spanish I-II course. Together, we will develop our listening, reading, writing, and speaking skills while discovering cultural aspects of the Spanish speaking world. This course was created through Interactive OER for Dual Enrollment, a project led by LOUIS: The Louisiana Library Network (https://louislibraries.org) and funded with a $2 million Open Textbooks Pilot Program grant from the Department of Education. This project supports the extension of access to high-quality post-secondary opportunities to high school students across Louisiana and beyond. It features a collaboration between educational systems in Louisiana, the library community, Pressbooks, and workforce representatives to enable and enhance the delivery of open educational resources (OER) and interactive quiz and assessment elements for priority dual enrollment courses in Louisiana and nationally. Developed OER course materials are released under a license that permits their free use, reuse, modification and sharing with others. This includes a textbook and corresponding course available in Moodle and Canvas that can be imported to other platforms. For access/questions, contact Affordable Learning Louisiana (alearningla@laregents.edu). If you are adopting this resource, we would be glad to know of your use via this brief survey: https://survey.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_41Olbogjof6HUay

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Spanish
Material Type:
Full Course
Provider:
LOUIS: The Louisiana Library Network
Provider Set:
Interactive OER for Dual Enrollment Grant
Author:
Carolina Delgado
Giti Farudi
Handy Acosta Cuellar
Isabel Matus
Jerry Parker
Yelani Feldman
Date Added:
05/22/2024
Hola a Todos: Elementary Spanish I
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This is a preliminary Open Textbook as created by the UNG Elementary Spanish I grant team using a Round Six Textbook Transformation Grant. The textbook is currently composed of original instructional materials created for the OER-based course, and the team is working to create a full open textbook at a later date.

Separate files are included in the Additional Files section in a compressed .zip format for editing and quicker uploads/downloads within classes.

Grammar and vocabulary pre-class activities, lectures, and post-class homework are included within these seven chapters:

Introduction
La Universidad
La Familia
El Tiempo Libre
La Casa
La Salud
Comidas y Bebidas

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Spanish
Material Type:
Textbook
Author:
Alvaro Torres-Calderon
Elizabeth Combier
Kristi Hislope
Mariana Stone
Rosaria Meek
Date Added:
07/11/2019
+ JUNTXS – Intermediate Spanish
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+JUNTXS is an open access educational resource which can be used in conjunction with a variety of approaches to support intermediate learners of Spanish. This media-rich learning resource is designed to guide learners in their Spanish language learning journey through a critical and intercultural lens and to provide regular opportunities to explore, practice and improve their ability to read, speak, and understand this language as it is used across the Spanish-speaking world.

Table of Contents:

I. El español y yo
II. Relaciones y generaciones
III. El bienestar y la salud
IV. Mis reflexiones

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Spanish
Material Type:
Textbook
Author:
Adriana Diaz
Date Added:
04/27/2021
La lingüística hispánica: Una introducción
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Hispanic Linguistics: An Introduction

Este libro, todavía en desarrollo, se dirige a estudiantes de español en universidades estadounidenses y pretende ofrecer una breve y simple introducción a la lingüística hispánica. Incluye conceptos básicos de la lingüística, brinda ensayos que abarcan temas de interés social conectando la lingüística con la vida diaria, y ejercicios para practicar los conceptos. También hay enlaces a materiales relevantes disponibles en la red. El libro está creado enteramente por textos escritos y materiales compartidos por estudiantes mayoritariamente de pregrado y también cuenta con el trabajo y esfuerzo de estudiantes-editoras en un proyecto a largo plazo de pedagogía abierta.

This book, a work in progress, is aimed at students of Spanish in universities in the USA and intends to offer a brief and simple introduction to the field of Hispanic Linguistics. It includes basic concepts in linguistics, essays that address topic of social relevance connecting linguistics to everyday life, and exercises to practice the concepts. Links to relevant material across the internet are also provided. The book is entirely created from texts and materials authored by mainly undergraduate students and it also includes the work and effort of student-editors, as part of a long-term open pedagogy project.

PDF Version available here: https://ohioopen.library.ohio.edu/opentextbooks/3/

Access also available here: https://linghispintro.pressbooks.com/

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Spanish
Material Type:
Textbook
Author:
Ashwini Ganeshan
Date Added:
06/22/2020
Libro Libre: Beginning Spanish
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Introductory Spanish textbook includes a PDF textbook and corresponding activities.

You may download Libro Libre and access all of the practice activities created by students, for students here:

https://ccs.instructure.com/courses/1829640

If you are unable to access Canvas, you may access the PDF with this link:

https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn%3Aaaid%3Ascds%3AUS%3A9b5bf3d4-9a1e-4511-a91f-a1ef35a9627d

Reviews available here: https://open.umn.edu/opentextbooks/textbooks/libro-libre-beginning-spanish

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Spanish
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Textbook
Author:
Erin Huebener
Date Added:
10/03/2019
LiterAlia: Literaturas Hispánicas en contexto
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Liter·Alia: Hispanic Literatures in their Context. A Digital Annotated Edition of Spanish Works of Fiction As a Tool to Teach Spanish Literature to Second Language Students

Frequently, students of Spanish as a second language struggle when they must read works of fiction. This critical situation on reading comprehension often happens because learners have a limited knowledge of vocabulary, and they lack enough historical and aesthetic contextual background data. As a solution, creating a tailored online digital annotated edition can help to develop comprehension skills, support informative and critical reading, and enhance writing discussions. This can be reached when we build around a particular text a net of multimodal interaction fueled by audiovisual resources, written explanations, and topic-based enquiries which are placed as annotations linked to meaningful keywords in the main text.

Table of Contents:

Introducción a esta antología anotada
Cronología de textos literarios hispánicos
Cantar de Mio Cid (1140 aprox.)
Romance de la pérdida de Alhama
Carta de Colón (1493)
Carta de relación enviada al emperador Carlos V (1520)
En tanto que de rosa y azucena (1533)
Escrito está en mi alma vuestro gesto (1543)
Brevísima relación de la destrucción de las Indias (1552)
Noche serena (1572?)
Mientras por competir con tu cabello (1582)
Desmayarse, atreverse, estar furioso (1604)
[En edición] Comentarios Reales de los Incas (1609)
Miré los muros de la patria mía (1613)
[En edición] Noche oscura del alma (1618)
A su retrato (1690)
Cartas marruecas -carta XLIV- (1789)
En una tempestad (1835)
Yo soy ardiente, yo soy morena (1868)
Orillas del Duero (1907)
Caminante, no hay camino (1912)
El mañana efímero (1912)
Mecanópolis (1913)
Arte poética (1916)
El almohadón de plumas (1917)
Celia en la revolución (1943)
Emma Zunz (1949)
La United Fruit Co. (1950)
Chac Mool (1954)
13, Rue del Percebe
Continuidad de los parques (1956)
Autorretrato (1972)
Reglas de juego para los hombres que quieran amar a mujeres mujeres (1986)
La muerte y la doncella (1990)
Eso que llamamos nuestro hogar: reflexiones en torno a la diáspora y los libros (2005)
Dos palabras (1989)

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Spanish
Material Type:
Reading
Author:
Ana Belén Mañas Gómez
Ingerid Grønnevik Flåskjer
Alvaro Llosa Sanz
Date Added:
01/15/2021
Manual de Redacción : Una aproximación a la composición en lengua española
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This textbook is for advanced Spanish composition students. The textbook includes topics on grammar and syntax, as well as exercises and readings providing the students a more personalized and effective learning experience adjusted to the specific challenges they encounter in today’s global world.

Table of Contents:
I. Los falsos cognados
1. Introducción
2. Lenguas en contacto/préstamos lingüísticos
3. Falsos cognados o amigos
4. Lista de falsos cognados más frecuentes
5. Ejercicios de repaso
6. Antes de leer
7. Lectura: Ilán Stavans, El Quixote
8. Cuestionario sobre la lectura
9. Ejercicios: Escritura en movimiento
10. Ejercicios de repaso

II. Los vicios de dicción
11. Introducción
12. Los vicios de dicción
13. Ejercicios de repaso
14. Antes de leer
15. Lectura: Alejandro Higashi, “Escribir con buena ortografía… no tiene precio”
16. Cuestionario sobre la lectura
17. Ejercicios: Escritura en movimiento
18. Ejercicios de repaso

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Spanish
Material Type:
Textbook
Author:
Claudia Monterroz
Elida Monteverde
Eloísa Hernández
Michelle Carone
Ignacio Ruiz-Pérez
Date Added:
07/15/2021
Mi idioma, mi comunidad: español para bilingües
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Mi idioma, mi comunidad: español para bilingües, is an open-access textbook for Heritage Language Leaners of Spanish that centers on students’ experiences with language, identity, and belonging in the Midwest through real-world applications. It uses a project-based approach that outlines how students engage in real-life applications by exploring culturally relevant topics in language use, arts, festivals, food, ethnography, oral history, digital lives, and the university. Through multimedia such as podcasts, videos, neighborhood maps, and music, we promote interactive exploration of culturally relevant content while supporting students’ language maintenance and growth.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Spanish
Material Type:
Textbook
Author:
Elena Foulis
Stacey Alex
Date Added:
03/02/2020
OER: Curso de Escritura en Español
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The materials in this project are specifically designed for a third-year Spanish Writing course, offering guidance to instructors on how to develop each of the four modules that constitute the course: Description, narration, argumentation, and exposition.

For each of the modules, a variety of resources are presented, including peer review training sessions, classroom activities, handouts to guide students’ writing processes, and peer review guidelines. These resources follow the methodology of writing through workshops (“Talleres”) and may be used in support of the current course materials (i.e., textbook “Taller de Escritores”).

The OER resources are also helpful for students, because they provide clear guidance on how to write and peer review each of the essays, and they further specify the assessment rubrics according to the curricular contents of the of the Spanish Writing course.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Spanish
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Author:
Alejandro Pérez Belda
Emilia Illana-Mahiques
Date Added:
10/02/2020
Palabras Propias
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The goal of this project is to provide high-quality, accessible primary sources to those teaching and studying the histories and cultures of the Spanish-speaking world and the indigenous peoples of Latin America. Our modules cover a wide range of topics, but all consist of the same essential parts:

A brief introduction that provides socio-historical context for the primary document.
The text itself, often glossed for improved comprehension by non-native speakers of Spanish.
A set of activities that range from comprehension to analysis, from using new vocabulary to answering creative writing and essay prompts.

Table of Contents
I. Módulos con enfoque en Latinoamérica
Literaturas prehispánicas
La ciudad en la historia de América Latina
Cicatriz de la memoria: La matanza de 1932 en El Salvador
Voces indígenas en el cine, Parte I: Indigenidad
Voces indígenas en el cine, Parte II: Narrativas del agua
La nueva izquierda latinoamericana
Pachamama
Diego Maradona: héroe épico, mito nacional
#NiUnaMenos

II. Módulos con enfoque en España
Las siete partidas de Alfonso X «el Sabio»
El camino de Santiago y El códice calixtino
Los moriscos, parte I: Los moriscos en la historia
Los moriscos, parte II: Los moriscos en la literatura

III. Módulos transatlánticos y globales
Cristóbal Colón: La narrativa del encuentro
La emigración gallega a América

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Spanish
Material Type:
Textbook
Author:
Sean Guillickson
Date Added:
09/21/2021
Palabras propias: La historia cultural del mundo hispanohablante a través de textos primarios
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The goal of this project is to provide high-quality, accessible primary sources to those teaching and studying the histories and cultures of the Spanish-speaking world and the indigenous peoples of Latin America. Our modules cover a wide range of topics, but all consist of the same essential parts:

A brief introduction that provides socio-historical context for the primary document.
The text itself, often glossed for improved comprehension by non-native speakers of Spanish.
A set of activities that range from comprehension to analysis, from using new vocabulary to answering creative writing and essay prompts.

Table of Contents:
Las siete partidas de Alfonso X «el Sabio»
Literaturas prehispánicas
El camino de Santiago y El códice calixtino
Cristóbal Colón: La narrativa del encuentro
Cicatriz de la memoria: La matanza de 1932 en El Salvador
Voces indígenas en el cine, Parte I: Indigenidad
Voces indígenas en el cine, Parte II: Narrativas del agua
#NiUnaMenos

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Spanish
Material Type:
Primary Source
Textbook
Author:
Sean Gullickson
Date Added:
02/23/2021
¡Que viva la música!: Repaso de conversación en español
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¡Qué viva la música! Repaso de conversación en español, or Long Live Music! Spanish Conversational Review is an open textbook intended for conversational review, typically a fourth-semester Spanish class. The textbook is organized around nine different songs that provide students opportunities to practice, aurally and orally, as well as in writing, the main communicative goals and key grammatical structures learned in previous classes. It can also be used in similar high school classes.

Table of Contents
I. Guías y herramientas de trabajo
II. Canciones y actividades
III. Principios y temas de gramática viva: Una gramática centrada en el verbo
IV. Bibliografía general
V. Canciones por estructuras gramaticales clave

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Spanish
Material Type:
Textbook
Author:
Norma Corrales-Martin
Date Added:
06/07/2021
Spanish 001 PSU New Kensington
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For both, the teacher and student alike, this Spanish I book is intended for a first-year, college Elementary Spanish I level. It also attempts to make the study of a language in this case, Spanish, more than another required subject. Eliminating the artificial limitation of the traditional textbook, offers the teacher and the student the ability to tailor the content to their own needs. Also, this book tries to show the value of learning a second language from a high quality pedagogical criteria at a low cost solution.

Features include:

Clearly defined objectives in communication, culture, and grammar are given at the start of each chapter, and summary exercises.
Many activities are provided in a practical context in which to practice.
Concise grammar explanations address the level of language acquisition for non-major language students. Carefully chosen communicative goals focus on low to intermediate ACTFL oral proficiency skills.
The book recycles material on a regular basis to encourage the student to see the value of continual learning progression rather than testability.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Spanish
Material Type:
Textbook
Author:
Ana Ivette Serrano
Date Added:
10/02/2019
Spanish I: Beginning Spanish Language and Culture
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This peer-reviewed textbook is designed for the true beginner with U.S. college students in mind. It contains themed chapters, which are divided into 8 sections. Each section has its own set of learning objectives, and is further separated into three types of assignments, Para estudiar en casa (with detailed explanations), Para practicar en casa (homework exercises), and Para practicar en clase (paired and group classwork activities). The explanations and primary input are written to be easily comprehensible. The individual exercises are geared towards acquisition of form and function, and the communicative classwork exercises promote interpersonal exchanges between students. The digital copy includes some embedded audio files, and we are developing a website to house many more resources.

Table of Contents
1.En la universidad
2. La familia
3.En casa
4.De compras
5.Los pasatiempos

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Spanish
Material Type:
Textbook
Author:
Humboldt State University
Matthew Dean
Date Added:
11/24/2020