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BASIC SPANISH FOR SOCIAL SERVICES is a career manual designed to serve those in the social services professions who seek basic conversational skills in Spanish. Written for use in two-semester or three-quarter courses, it presents everyday situations that pre-professionals and professionals may encounter when dealing with Spanish-speaking clients, patients, and personnel in the United States at work settings such as hospitals and Department of Social Services offices. BASIC SPANISH FOR SOCIAL SERVICES introduces practical vocabulary, everyday on-the-job situations, and culture notes (Notas culturales) written from a cross-cultural perspective. It provides students with opportunities to apply, in a wide variety of practical contexts, the grammatical structures presented in the corresponding lessons of the Basic Spanish core book.
Table of Contents
|Lecci?n preliminar: Conversaciones breves|
|Communication: Greetings, farewells, and simple conversations to gather information|
|En el Departamento de Bienestar Social (I)|
|Communication: At the Department of Social Welfare: assisting with filling out a form|
|En el Departamento de Bienestar Social (II.) Communication: At the Department of Social Welfare: screening people who apply for financial aid|
|En el Departamento de Bienestar Social (III)|
|Communication: At the Department of Social Welfare: asking questions about family|
|Helping people apply for welfare|
|En la Oficina del Seguro Social (I)|
|Communication: At the Social Security office: processing a new Social Security number|
|Serving applicants for a work permit|
|Communication: At the Department of Social Welfare: interviewing people applying for welfare|
|Subsidios Adicionales De Asistencia P?Blica|
|Repaso (Lecciones 1-5.) Lecci?n 6: Al a?o siguiente|
|Communication: At the Department of Social Welfare: reevaluating welfare recipients|
|Estampillas para alimentos|
|Communication: Explaining the food-stamp program|
|En el departamento de Servicios Sociales|
|Communication: Helping someone apply for the food-stamp program|
|El programa de empleo y entrenamiento (I)|
|Communication: Explaining a work-and-training program to an unemployed person|
|El programa de empleo y entrenamiento (II)|
|Communication: Assisting an unemployed mother improve her chances of finding work|
|Departmento De Servicios Sociales Del Estado De Nueva York|
|Repaso (Lecciones 6-10)|
|Medicaid: El programa federal de servicos medicos|
|Communication: Talking to Medicaid applicants: explaining the program|
|Maltrato de un ni?o (I)|
|Communication: Investigating child abuse|
|Maltrato de un ni?o (II)|
|Communication: Child abuse: talking to abusive parents|
|Ayuda a los ancianos|
|Communication: The elderly: making a house call|
|En las Oficina del Seguro Social (II)|
|Communication: Long-term disability: talking to an injured person about rights and obligations|
|Talking about long term disability benefits|
|?No Se Desquite Con Sus Hijos|
|Repaso (Lecciones 11-15)|
|En la oficinia de Medicare (I)|
|Communication: Explaining Medicare|
|En la oficinia de Medicare (II)|
|Communication: Answering questions about Medicare|
|Communication: Talking about AIDS|
|talking to the spouse of an alcoholic|
|Consejos a las madres|
|COmmunication: Talking to a new mother|
|Advising parents about child development|
|El ingreso suplementario|
|Communication: Answering questions bout supplemental income|
|Repaso (Lecciones 16-20)|
|Introductiong Spanish Sounds and the Alphabet|
|Useful classroom expressions|
|Weights and measures|
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