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MERLOT II


    

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Description:
This collection pulls together sites that deal with culture in general and the hispanic world in particular.

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1.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art


Added 02/26/2007
This site featuring the MET Museum is definitely a must if you believe in the integration of the arts in the World Languages' curriculum! The pictures can be enlangared and teacher and students can go on for hours discussing both the works of art and the artists. This is such a jewel!
2.

Web Activities: An Introduction to Baroque Art


Added 03/10/2007
Spanish French, and Italian activities written to give students an introduction to the Baroque period. Assignments definitely worth checking out!
3.

Modulos Culturales


Added 02/27/2007
A multimedia literacy project that incorporates arts, literature and film. The modulos are intended to support students in linguistic and cultural development and awareness, and to encourage the strengthening of literacy skills through culturally authentic media.
4.

Diego Rivera


Added 02/25/2007
Diego Rivera and his works with explanation in English and Spanish
5.

La vida y la Ă©poca de Frida Kahlo


Added 02/25/2007
Frida Kahlo, her life and times
6.

Worldart EmbARK Web Kiosk


Added 02/26/2007
Hosted at San Jose State University (CA) and created by Kathleen Cohen, this world art website features a collection of digital photographs of art works from various genres, styles, periods of time and areas. It is very valuable to discuss culture at all levels of language proficiency.
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