El Mundo 21 hispano

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Through its proven approach to language learning, EL MUNDO 21 HISPANO provides heritage speakers of Spanish with a wealth of both contextualized and purposeful content. The completely revised and redesigned second edition provides integrated coverage of grammar, vocabulary, media (audio and video), and culture as well as ample opportunities to review each lesson's theme. Throughout the book, readers are given multiple opportunities to learn about their own country of origin, or that of their ancestors, so that they begin to respect and take pride in their own cultural heritage. As readers discover the 21 countries that comprise the Spanish-speaking world, they will achieve a global understanding of the issues and challenges faced by the Spanish-speaking world today.
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Introduction to the Second Edition
Acknowledgments
Cuna de Suenos Estados Unidos y Puerto Rico
Raices y Esperanza Espana y Mexico
Camino de los Incas Peru Bolivia y Ecuador
Potencias del Cono Sur Chile y Argentina
Aspiraciones y Contrastes Paraguay y Uruguay
La Modernidad en Desafio Colombia y Venezuela
Los Cimentos de la Paz Guatemala y El Salvador
Sed del Futuro Nicaragua y Honduras
Dos Mares un Destino Costa Rica y Panama
Tablas Verbales
Vocabulario EspanolIngles
Indice Grammatical
Indice Tematico
Página de créditos

Al Ritmo del Caribe Cuba y la Republica Dominicana

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Términos y frases comunes

Sobre el autor (2013)

Fabián A. Samaniego earned his B.A. degree at New Mexico State University and completed his graduate work at the University of Iowa. He taught four years at Utah State University before going to the University of California at Davis, where he served as coordinator of the first-year Spanish program and supervisor of teaching assistants for 24 years. He also served as assistant director of several Foreign Language Competency projects for the Los Angeles and San Francisco Unified School Districts, and for the Santa Clara and Sacramento County Offices of Education. In addition, he served on the steering committee of the California Foreign Language Teacher Preparation Project and on the California Foreign Language Project Policy Board. He is frequently asked to conduct in-service workshops for schools and universities across the country. Samaniego's first-year college text, DÍMELO TÚ!, is in its sixth edition, and his intermediate text, MUNDO 21, recently published in its fourth edition. He is a co-author of LANGUAGE AND CULTURE IN LEARNING: TEACHING SPANISH TO NATIVE SPEAKERS OF SPANISH and of DIME!, a seven-book school series that includes a two-year native Spanish speaker's program: Tu mundo and Nuestro mundo.

Francisco Rodriguez Nogales is an Associate Professor of Spanish in the School of Modern Languages at Santa Barbara City College. He is a specialist in the use of technology in foreign-language teaching and online instruction--his teaching load has been 100 percent online for the past five years. He also has developed several Spanish assessment and placement tools. Nogales was born in Pedrera (Seville), Spain. He completed his bachelor of arts at the Universidad Pontificia Comillas in Madrid, his master's at San Francisco State University, and his Ph.D. at the University of California at Davis.

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