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This transcript, activity sheet, and lesson plan guide will help the instructor make best use of the 10 1/2 minute Spanish-language video on the traditional textile-making process in the Andean village of Chinchero that I posted here.It contains a worksheet with short answer questions for students, a series of possible activities...
This transcript, activity sheet, and lesson plan guide will help the instructor make best use of the 10 1/2 minute Spanish-language video on the traditional textile-making process in the Andean village of Chinchero that I posted here.
It contains a worksheet with short answer questions for students, a series of possible activities that use the video, and a complete transcript of the video.
Please note that, since the video is completely in Spanish, these materials are most relevant for advanced Spanish classes.
The material was seen with a Textil Arts Professor, and our point of view fits in with what we know about it, but it has several language problems in writing and spelling. We found a lot of mistakes in this issue and it's the main teaching material in the original language: spanish.
Time spent reviewing site:
3 years ago
It is an interesting material for learning and practicing Spanish, but has some errors and misspellings, nothing really crucial, but if you're learning a language, your textbook should be flawless.