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Images for the Foreign Language Classroom

by Enas Elhanafi
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A collection of images that can be used to teach learners of all levels in the Foreign Language classroom.

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Modern Foreign Languages Environment

Added 06/30/2011
From Scotland, a modern foreign language resource site with language-oriented royalty-free images, information on and access to blogs and podcasts and other resources for teachers and learners.

The Commons on Flickr

Added 06/30/2011
Collection of public photographs and images from many participating institutions on Flickr.

Banco de imágenes

Added 06/30/2011
A rich and diverse source of photo and images for teaching vocabulary with visuals and sounds. From the Ministerio de Educación, Gobierno de España.

Sala de la infancia

Added 06/30/2011
Museo Virtual de la Vida Cotidiana. Images, narrations and descriptions capturing experiences from infancy. Commentators from different parts of Spain and Latin American.

National Gallery of Art Kids: Adventures with Art

Added 06/30/2011
This library consists of about 3000 images which can be useful in the teaching of basic vocabulary in a Spanish classroom. The characters and objects depicted are meant to be culturally neutral.

REALIA Project

Added 06/30/2011
The REALIA Project (Rich Electronic Archive for Language Instruction Anywhere) is a searchable, web-enabled database of images for use in teaching foreign languages. The focus of the is gathering materials which convey the everyday life of different cultures. These images can be used for all Spanish learners.
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