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Andean Textiles - Lesson 1

        

Andean Textiles - Lesson 1

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This bilingual (Spanish - English) photostory is part of a unit on Andean Textiles I have posted here on MERLOT.  This particular photostory deals with the question, "De qué material están hechos los textiles andinos?" (What material are Andean textiles made of?)  It is about 8 1/2 minutes long and is suitable for all levels of Spanish instruction, depending on how deep the instructor wishes to go with discussion and vocabulary.See accompanying "lesson websites" document for lesson plan ideas.
Material Type: Presentation
Date Added to MERLOT: March 01, 2010
Date Modified in MERLOT: March 02, 2010
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Submitter: Mary Risner
Keywords: Andes, dye, dyeing, folk art, Ecuador, handicraft, artisan, alpaca, llama, vicuna, weaving, Bolivia, Andean, Nazca, cloth, spinning, Paracas, textiles, Peru, Inca, artisanal, wool, natural

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Language: English, Spanish
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