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Basic Spanish for Teachers

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1st
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9780618567898

ISBN10:
0618567895
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Pub. Date:
10/20/2006
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Cengage Learning
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Summary

Correlated toBasic Spanish,this worktext provides current and prospective elementary and secondary school teachers, including ESL teachers, with a basic knowledge of Spanish. Applied presentationfeatures realistic dialogues, personalized questions, situational role-plays, and realia-based activities that correspond grammatically with those inBasic Spanish. Practical, specialized vocabularyincludes terms essential for communicating in classroom and school settings, an in-text audio CD, andUn paso maacute;ssections that offer additional vocabulary practice and realia-based activities. Cultural focushighlights Hispanic customs and traditions relevant to the subject matter of the lesson, inNotas culturalessections. Comprehension checksbegin with comprehension questions on the dialogues in theDiacute;gamesection that follows the vocabulary lists in the worktext, and end with pair activities in theHablemossection for immediate reinforcement. Convenient Phrasebooksprovide vocabulary words and phrases found in the worktext for quick, on-the-job reference.

Table of Contents

Preliminary Contents Leccioacute;n preliminar. En el saloacute;n de clase Structures from Basic Spanish Grammar:
Greetings and farewells
The alphabet
Gender and number
The definite and indefinite articles
Cardinal numbers 0–39
The present indicative of ser
Uses of hay Communication: Greetings, farewells, and simple classroom conversations Leccioacute;n
Conversaciones con la maestra Structures from Basic Spanish Grammar
Subject pronouns
The present indicative of regular -ar verbs
Interrogative and negative sentences
Forms and position of adjectives Communication: Talking to parents about their children Leccioacute;n
En la escuela Structures from Basic Spanish Grammar
The present indicative of regular -er and -ir verbs
Possession with de
Agreement of articles, nouns, and adjectives
Possessive adjectives Communication: In the classroom: taking attendance, answering students' questions about an asignment Leccioacute;n
Una Leccioacute;n de lenguaje Structures from Basic Spanish Grammar
The irregular verbs ir, dar, and estar
Uses of the verbs ser and estar
Ir a + infinitive
Contractions Communication: A grammar lesson: explaining grammar to students Leccioacute;n
En la clase de geografiacute;a Structures from Basic Spanish Grammar
The irregular verbs tener and venir
Expressions with tener
Comparative forms
Irregular comparative forms Communication: Geography class: teaching and asnwering questions about US geography Leccioacute;n
En la clase de arte Structures from Basic Spanish Grammar
Stem-changing verbs (e:ie)
The present progressive
Ordinal numbers Communication: Art class: explaining an art project to students Lectura
Permiso para ir de excursioacute;n Repaso (Lecciones 1–5) Leccioacute;n
Un repaso de anatomiacute;a (I) Structures from Basic Spanish Grammar
Stem-changing verbs (o:ue)
Affirmative and negative expressions
Direct object pronouns
Pronouns as objects of prepositions Communication: Anatomy (I): talking about the human body, teaching students the names of different parts of the body Leccioacute;n
Un repaso de anatomiacute;a (II) Structures from Basic Spanish Grammar
Stem-changing verbs (e:i)
Irregular first-person forms
Indirect object pronouns
Saber contrasted with conocer Communication: Anatomy (II): talking about the respiratory system, the heart, and the blood Leccioacute;n
Una clase de ciencias Structures from Basic Spanish Grammar
Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns
Special construction with gustar, doler, and hacer falta
Direct and indirect object pronouns used together Communication: Science class: talking about animals, vertebrates and invertebrates Leccioacute;n
Una conferencia Structures from Basic Spanish Grammar
Possessive pronouns
Command forms: Ud. and Uds
Reflexive constructions
Uses of object pronouns with command forms Communication: Parent/Teacher conference: talking to parents about academic and social issues Leccioacute;n
Una excursioacute;n al jardiacute;n botaacute;nico Structures from Basic Spanish Grammar
The preterit of regular verbs
The preterit of ser, ir, and dar
Uses of por and para Communication: Field trip: Dealing with students outside the school setting, Talking about plants Lectura
Reglas de la escuela Repaso (Lecciones 6–10) Leccioacute;n
Algunas reglas de ortografiacute;a Structures from Basic Spanish Grammar
Time expressions with hacer
Irregular preterits
The preterit of stem-changing verbs (e:i and o:u)
Command forms: tuacute; Communication: Spelling bee: Teaching Spanish spelling and pronunciation rules, talking about spelling Leccioacute;n
Una clase de historia Structures from Basic Spanish Grammar
The imperfect tense
The past progressive
The preterit contrasted with the imperfect
En and a as equivalents of at Communication: History class: talking about US history, talking about events that happened in the past Leccioacute;n
En la clase de matemaacute;ticas Structures from Basic Spanish Grammar
Hace meaning ago
¿Queacute;? and ¿cuaacute;l? used with ser
Changes in meaning with the imperfect and preterit of conocer, saber, and querer Communication: Math class (I): teaching math; adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing numbers; talking about digits; roman and arabic numerals Leccioacute;n
Un repaso de matemaacute;ticas Structures from Basic Spanish Grammar
The past participle
The present perfect tense
The past perfect (pluperfect) tense
Hace meaning ago Communication: Math class (II): reviewing math terms, talking about fractions, talking about measurements and the metric system Leccioacute;n
En la clase de ciencias Structures from Basic Spanish Grammar
The future tense
The conditional tense
Some uses of the prepositions a, de, and en Communication: Science class: talking about astronomy, physics, and chemistry Lectura
Una carta Repaso (Lecciones 11–15) Leccioacute;n
Con los nintilde;os del jardiacute;n de infantes Structures from Basic Spanish Grammar
The present subjunctive
The subjunctive with verbs of volition
The absolute superlative Communication: Kindergarten: teaching smaller children, dealing with behavioural issues, playing educational games, singing a song Leccioacute;n
Una clase de geometriacute;a Structures from Basic Spanish Grammar
The subjunctive to express emotion
The subjunctive with some impersonal expressions
Formation of adverbs Communication: Geometry class: talking about angles, shapes, and three-dimensional figures Leccioacute;n
¡Es la hora del recreo! Structures from Basic Spanish Grammar
The subjunctive to express doubt, disbelief, and denial
The subjunctive to express indefiniteness and nonexistence
Diminutive suffixes Communication: Recess: supervising children during recess, mediating among children Leccioacute;n
La clase de educacioacute;n para la salud Structures from Basic Spanish Grammar
The subjunctive after certain conjunctions
The present perfect subjunctive
Uses of the present perfect subjunctive Communication: Health education: talking to children about nutrition and personal hygiene Leccioacute;n
¡Trabajemos juntos! Structures from Basic Spanish Grammar
The imperfect subjunctive
Uses of the imperfect subjunctive
If clauses Communication: Cooperation between school and parents: talking to parents about school rules, soliciting parent support in enforcing school rules Lectura
¿Coacute;mo pueden los padres participar en las actividades escolares? Repaso (Lecciones 16–20)
Appendix
Introduction to Spanish Sounds and the Alphabet
Verbs
Useful Classroom Expressions
Weights and Measures
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