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Spanish Tutorials and Lessons Websites

by Astrid Kleinsmith
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1/2/3 Teach Me

Added 04/17/2010
Free online Spanish materials for grammar, vocabulary, verb conjugation, and more. Many of the pages include full audio as well as images or videos. It has other useful tools as well like the verb conjugator tool, as well as daily RSS feeds (Word, Verb, and Phrase of the day).

Learn Spanish

Added 04/17/2010
A commercial site that offers a free introductory tutorial.

Enrique Yepes: Páginas de ayuda para estudiantes de español

Added 04/18/2010
The Yepes webpage includes an invaluable resource tool for intermediate and advanced learners. The site includes Yepes and other outstanding websites for tutorial drills, e.g. Nelson and Arana sites. In addition, the user will find grammar guide for use in writing, a writing style manual, and "Herramientas de español," an extensive outline of essential Spanish structures based on John Turner's "All the Spanish Grammar You Really Need to Know."

spanish.language&culture (Spanish Language and Culture)

Added 04/18/2010
This site is Barbara K.Nelson's update of the formerly-named Spanish Grammar Exercises. It has interactive grammar exercises with immediate feedback, but it also contains much more. The exemplary, award-winning guided reading module, "Ojala que llueva cafe," lends itself well to teaching the subjunctive, but is also rich with multimedia and culture. This site is a must!

Spanish Proficiency Exercises

Added 04/20/2010
A compilation of brief video clips in which native speakers of Spanish from various locations throughout Latin America and Spain demonstrate various language tasks. The site incorporates proficiency topics, divided by level of dificulty: Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced, Superior. The specific topics include video clips, vocabulary lists, phrases lists, and mini-grammar explanations.

Language Links 2006

Added 07/19/2010
The purpose of this wiki is to provide a space in which world language educators can share insights, exchange ideas, solve problems, and collect useful materials through collaboration with a professional network of colleagues. It is particularly designed to support and sustain beginning teachers during their student teaching experience and first years of teaching. We encourage you to peruse our efforts and invite your comments and contributions! - chericem1

MES English

Added 07/29/2010
There are some multilingual handouts in French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Italian, Russian, and Portuguese for teachers of other foreign languages. Look for these marks .
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