Fuentes: Lectura y redaccion by Donald N. Tuten, Lucia Caycedo Garner, Carmelo Esterrich

By Donald N. Tuten, Lucia Caycedo Garner, Carmelo Esterrich

Fuentes, the winning quantity intermediate Spanish application provides an built-in abilities method of intermediate Spanish that develops either receptive and efficient talents concurrently. Fuentes is made from FUENTES: CONVERSACIÓN Y GRAMÁTICA (FCG) and FUENTES: LECTURA Y REDACCIÓN (FLR). even if FUENTES: CONVERSACIÓN Y GRAMÁTICA and FUENTES: LECTURA Y REDACCIÓN are designed for use jointly, they could even be used independently of one another. FUENTES: LECTURA Y REDACCIÓN is designed to reinforce the improvement of your interpreting and writing abilities, your figuring out of Hispanic cultures and societies, in addition to your information of your personal cultural ideals, values, and assumptions.

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Hayek y García 8. ¿Quién prefiere trabajar en México? 9. ¿Quién produce el programa Ugly Betty? Skimming, scanning, and describing Act. 17A: Can be assigned as HW or done in class as a pair activity. Review the list with students to confirm comprehension. Model pronunciation of cognates to avoid English pronunciations. Option 1: Have students do physical descriptions of each person. Follow-up: Have students discuss: ¿A cuál de estas personas te gustaría conocer? ¿Por qué? Option 2: Play music by Shakira.

The imperfect is formed as follows: Identifying Cognates Spanish and English share the Latin alphabet as well as many words of Latin and Greek origin. By depending on these similar words, or cognates, you will often be able to understand much of any text written in Spanish. Familiar cognates include words like información, artista, historia, and similar. Identifying cognates Act 9: Assign and discuss in class. Most of the words appear in italics. Have students provide corresponding adjectives for each place name.

Por qué sí o no? 3. Algunas personas de origen “hispano” o “latinoamericano” en Estados Unidos se quejan del término hispano y prefieren llamarse latinos. ¿Por qué? Cuaderno personal 1-2 En español, ¿prefieres usar americano/a, norteamericano/a o estadounidense para identificar a un habitante de los Estados Unidos? ¿Por qué? VIDEOFUENTES ¿Cómo se identifican las personas entrevistadas en el video? ¿Las entrevistas confirman o contradicen las ideas presentadas en la lectura “La dificultad de llamarse hispano, latino o americano”?

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