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MERLOT II


    

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Hispanic Cultural Materials

by Jason Wright
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Description:

Collection of materials for teaching Spanish and Latin American culture.

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1.

Ojala que llueva cafe


Added 04/15/2012

Website dedicated to Dominican culture. Includes a recording of the song "Ojala que llueva cafe," photos of the Dominican Republic, and exercises focusing on Dominican culture as expressed in the song, vocabulary, and grammar--mostly the subjunctive.

2.

Center for Latin American Studies Teaching Resources for Peru and Ecuador


Added 04/15/2012

Good collection of cultural materials about Peru and Ecuador, including podcasts, videos, and teacher resources, such as powerpoint presentations and lesson plans.

3.

Nuevos Horizontes


Added 04/15/2012

Sponsored by the University of Illinois, Nuevos Horizontes is a collection of radio programs aimed at the Spanish-speaking population in the United States and Spanish language learners. Programs focus on community, health, and culture issues. CDs are available for purchase.

4.

Mundo Latino


Added 04/15/2012

Many, many links to educational materials, stories, videos, social networks, art and culture items. Excellent way to find sources for Hispanic culture study.

5.

Centro Virtual Cervantes


Added 04/15/2012

Site filled with articles, videos, etc, on a variety of cultural topics--literature, language, arts, science. Very well put together. Useful for advanced classes.

6.

Spanish Index


Added 04/15/2012

Fabulous source for information on Spanish literature, fine art, music, and architecture. The quality of the materials is first-rate! A lot of research went into this site!

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