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Gente is the only truly task-based program that transports you, the learner, into an immersive environment. Learners interact with authentic language from the Hispanic world through a series of carefully-sequenced communicative activities culminating in a real-life task. “Tasks” are collaborative projects that integrate speaking, listening, reading and writing to complete them with the skills that are needed to communicate effectively in the real world! With Gente, you learn by doing, communicate with a purpose and emerge as an independent learner with the confidence to speak Spanish in a spontaneous, natural way.
NOTE: This is the standalone book, if you want the book/access card order the ISBN below:
0205989462 / 9780205989461 Gente: Nivel Basico Plus MySpanishLab with eText Multi Semester -- Access Card Package
Package consists of
020520919X / 9780205209194 Gente: Nivel básico
0205978738 / 9780205978731 MySpanishLab with Pearson eText -- Access Card -- for Gente: Nivel básico (multi semester access)
María J. de la Fuente graduated from Georgetown University in 1998 with a PhD in Spanish and Second Language Acquisition. She is currently an Associate Professor of Spanish at George Washington University, and has taught at Georgetown University, Duke University, and Vanderbilt University. Her research interests include the role of interaction in second/foreign language (L2) vocabulary acquisition, and the role of emerging technologies in language learning. The results of her research in these areas have appeared in refereed journals such as Studies in Second Language Acquisition, Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL), and Language Teaching Research. Her current research focuses on the construct of task-based language learning. Prof. de la Fuente was the recipient of a 2008 Bender Teaching Award.
1: Gente que estudia español
2: Gente con gente
3: Gente de vacaciones
4: Gente de compras
5: Gente en forma
6: Gente en la case y en el trabajo
7: Gente que viaja
8: Gente que come bien
9: Gente de ciudad
10: Gente e historias (I)
11: Gente e historias (II)
12: Gente sana
13: Gente y lenguas
14: Gente con personalidad
15: Gente que lo pasa bien
16: Gente innovadora
17: Gente que cuenta
18: Gente de negocios
19: Gente que opina
20: Gente con sentimientos