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Cinema for Spanish Conversation covers eighteen Spanish language films that are used as the basis for discussion and language acquisition, teaching vocabulary, strengthening oral and written skills, and as well as an introduction to Spanish and Latin American culture. The films are selected to provide interesting viewing, key cultural information, and accessible language levels. Each chapter of the book is devoted to a single movie and includes aids for students watching the film, discussing and writing about the film, and understanding the film in a broader cultural context.
Also included: vocabulary helpful to understanding and discussing the film; structured exercises in understanding the film once it has been viewed, especially for discussion in class; an accompanying reading for each film designed to provide perspective on the film itself.
Product dimensions: 7.90 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)
Meet the Author
Mary McVey Gill has authored and co-authored many widely adopted Spanish textbooks and language references, including "Cinema for Spanish Conversation" and "¡De Pelicula!" for Focus.
Deana Smalley (Ph.D. Purdue University) has taught at a variety of colleges and universities, including the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Stanford University and Santa Clara University. She began to incorporate film into her language, culture and literature classes early in her teaching career.S he is the author of several translations of K-12 social studies books and has written ancillaries for major Spanish textbooks.
Maria-Paz Haro (Valencia, Spain) is Professor of Spanish (Emerita) at Stanford University where she has taught courses on Spanish and Spanish American Cinema.