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This exciting new film-based introductory Spanish program seamlessly integrates the feature-length film Sol y viento into the instructional and learning experience. Created specifically for beginning language learners, the movie was filmed on location in Chile, Mexico, and the United States. It tells the story of a Chilean family and their winery, and of a young U.S. Latino businessman who finds himself intricately involved with the family as his company tries to buy their land. Mystery, romance, and the unexplainable forces of nature all play a part of this spellbinding story as it unfolds. The Sol y viento textbook and accompanying ancillaries have been developed in conjunction with this exciting movie. Language is presented within the context of the movie, and linguistic skills are developed through engaging, meaningful activities that encourage students to develop real-world skills and abilities. Instructors and students are likely to find Sol y viento to be a breath of fresh air: a highly motivating introductory Spanish program designed especially for today's learners!
Table of Contents
|Notes: The numbering system of lessons includes A and B lessons, each of which correspond to an episode of the film|
|For example, Lecciones 1A and 1B correspond to Episodio 1|
|The Leccion preliminar and Leccion 1A provide a comprehensive listing of contents for those lessons, as representative of the other lessons|
|Lecciones 1B - 9B provide only the vocabulary topics and grammatical structures|
|Leccion preliminar: iexcl;Aqui estamos!|
|Primera parte Vocabulario: Me llamo. (Meeting and Greeting People: Introductions)|
|Vistazo cultural: Los saludos Gramatica: Soy de Mexico. (Expressing Origin: Introduction to ser)|
|Segunda parte Vocabulario: Las materias (Talking About Majors and Classes: School Subjects)|
|Gramatica: El calculo y las matematicas (Naming Things: Articles, Gender, and Plurality)|
|Tercera parte Vocabulario: En la sala de clase (Talking About People and Things in the Classroom and on Campus: Classroom Objects)|
|Gramatica: Estan aqui. (Expressing Location: Introduction to estar)|
|De Sol y viento Enfoque linguistico: Two Verbs that Mean the Same Thing?|
|Sol y viento Prologo: Los espiritus Resumen de vocabulario Episodio 1: La llegada Leccion 1A: Sobre los horarios|
|Primera parte Vocabulario: Llevo quince creditos|
|Talking About Your Course Load: Numbers 0-30 Vistazo cultural: Los cursos y los creditos Gramatica: iquest;Estudio y trabajo?|
|Talking About Activities: Regular -ar Verbs De Sol y viento Enfoque linguistico: The Importance (or Not) of Inflections|
|Segunda parte Vocabulario: Los dias de la semana More About Schedules: Days of the Week Vistazo cultural: Los calendarios Gramatica: Necesito estudiar|
|Talking about Needing or Wanting to Do Something: Verb + Infinitive De Sol y viento Sol y viento: Enfoque cultural Tercera parte Vocabulario: iquest;A que hora?|
|Talking About When You Do Things: Telling Time Vistazo cultural: De 0:00 a 24:00 Gramatica: Es mi libro|
|Talking About Ownership: Unstressed Possessive Adjectives De Sol y viento Vistazo cultural: Los dialectos Sol y viento: A primera vista Antes de ver el episodio Despues de ver el episodio Resumen de vocabulario Leccion 1B: Mas sobre las actividades Primera parte Vocabulario: iquest;Cuando?|
|Asking Questions: Summary of Interrogative Words Gramatica: iquest;Donde vives?|
|More on Activities and Schedules: Present Tense of Regular -er and -ir Verbs Segunda parte Vocabulario: iexcl;Hace calor en junio! Talking About Times of the Year: Months, Weather, Seasons Gramatica: iquest;Vas a estudiar esta noche?|
|Expressing Future Events: ir + a + infinitive Tercera parte Vocabulario: Es un hombre serio|
|Describing Personalities: Adjectives Gramatica: Es una mujer seria|
|More on Describing People: Adjective Placement and Agreement Episodio 2: El encuentro Leccion 2A: En la universidad y la ciudad Primera parte Vocabulario: iquest;Cuantos antilde;os tiene?|
|Expressing Age: Numbers 31-100 Gramatica: Vengo de los Estados Unidos|
|More on Talking About Activities: Verbs that End in -go Segunda parte Vocabulario: iquest;Esta lejos o cerca?|
|Expressing Where Things and Places Are Located: Prepositions of Location Gramatica: Mi trabajo esta cerca|
|More on Talking About Where Things and Places Are: More on estar + Location; quedar + Location Tercera parte Vocabulario: Tengo que ir al banco|
|Talking About Where you Do Things: Places in the City Gramatica: Puedo caminar|
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