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Comunidades

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Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9780135026601

ISBN10:
0135026601
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
8/18/2009
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall

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Summary

Comunidades: maacute;s allaacute; del aulais the very first Spanish textbook with a complete Spanish community service learning curriculum. In this increasingly popular method of teaching Spanish, students spend part of their time doing substantial community service learning work within a Spanish-speaking community organization and another part of their time in the classroom. Comunidades gives todayrs"s Spanish students exactly what they want: the challenge of learning from native-speakers of Spanish, directly participating in Latino cultures, developing their pre-professional skills and contributing something positive to society within the security of a clear, safe and tested curriculum that fosters their success.

Author Biography

Annie Abbott is Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign where her students' ratings consistently rank her as an excellent instructor.  She has almost ten years experience coordinating courses and training TAs and has served as Acting Director of Basic Language Instruction in Spanish.

 

In 2004, Ann revised an existing advanced Spanish conversation course to include community service learning.  Twelve students worked with one community partner that first semester.  Now an average of almost 100 students work with at least eight community partners each semester. Ann directs "Spanish & Illinois" (www.spanishandillinois.uiuc.edu), a program that offers a full range of opportunities for UIUC students to use Spanish in the real world. 

Table of Contents

Introduccioacute;n al curso Leccioacute;n
iquest;Debes tomar este curso? Leccioacute;n
iquest;Nos conocemos? Leccioacute;n
iquest;Queacute; es el aprendizaje en la comunidad? Leccioacute;n
iquest;Porqueacute; aprender espantilde;ol con el aprendizaje en la comunidad?
La ensentilde;anza Leccioacute;n
iquest;Eres mandoacute;n/mandona si usas mandatos? Leccioacute;n
iquest;Sabemos coacute;mo trabajar en la comunidad de manera culturalmente apropiada? Leccioacute;n
iquest;Es la matemaacute;tica nuestro fuerte? Leccioacute;n
iquest;Sabemos diferenciar entre ingleacute;s como segunda lengua y la educacioacute;n bilinguuml;e? Leccioacute;n
iquest;Responde nuestro sistema educativo a las necesidades de los estudiantes hispanohablantes?
Servicios sociales Leccioacute;n
iquest;Quines son los inmigrantes en tu comunidad? Leccioacute;n
iquest;Es el teleacute;fono nuestro modo de comunicacioacute;n preferido? Leccioacute;n
iquest;Sabemos tomar recados? Leccioacute;n
iquest;Sabemos queacute; hacer con tantos documentos? Leccioacute;n
iquest;Por queacute; emigrar?
Nuestro punto de vista y su conexioacute;n con el lugar donde vivimos Leccioacute;n
iquest;Son noticias para nosotros? Leccioacute;n
iquest;Queacute; podemos aprender de las historias orales? Leccioacute;n
iquest;En tu comunidad hay vivienda accesible para todos? Leccioacute;n
iquest;Coacute;mo se relacionan la vivienda y la calidad de la vida?
Reflexiones y conclusiones Leccioacute;n
iquest;Es la reflexioacute;n realmente esencial para el aprendizaje en la comunidad? Leccioacute;n
iquest;Queacute; aprendemos con el aprendizaje en la comunidad que no se puede aprender en un libro? Leccioacute;n
iquest;Queacute; maacute;s nos gustariacute;a aprender del espantilde;ol? Leccioacute;n
iquest;Queacute; importancia tiene esta experiencia con el aprendizaje en la comunidad? Leccioacute;n
iquest;Coacute;mo vamos a despedirnos?
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