DVD Video for Spinelli/Garcia/Galvin Flood's Interacciones, 6th

DVD Video for Spinelli/Garcia/Galvin Flood's Interacciones, 6th

by Emily Spinelli
     
 

A new video program has been created for this edition from ABC News footage filmed on location in the countries presented in each chapter. Video activities are in the "Imágenes culturales" section of both the textbook and the "Cuaderno de actividades." The segments are thoroughly integrated into the chapter and correlate with the chapter theme, communicative

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Overview

A new video program has been created for this edition from ABC News footage filmed on location in the countries presented in each chapter. Video activities are in the "Imágenes culturales" section of both the textbook and the "Cuaderno de actividades." The segments are thoroughly integrated into the chapter and correlate with the chapter theme, communicative goals, and the country or region under study.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781428229679
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
03/04/2008
Product dimensions:
0.21(w) x 0.31(h) x 0.01(d)

Meet the Author


Carmen Garcia, a native of Lima, Peru, received her Ph.D. from Georgetown University in linguistics. She is professor of Spanish Pragmatics and Applied Linguistics, director of the Undergraduate Spanish Language Program, and director of the Spanish Linguistics Program at Arizona State University. Professor Garcia is author or co-author of several college-level Spanish textbooks. She also has published numerous articles in national and international journals on Spanish pragmatics and intracultural and cross-cultural communication. In addition, she is co-editor of Research on Politeness in the Spanish Speaking World and a special issue in Oralia on Small Talk in Spanish. She is a frequent speaker and presenter at national and international meetings and conferences, and a member of many national and international linguistics organizations. Professor Garcia also serves as associate editor of Studies in Hispanics and Lusophone Linguistics.

Carol E. Galvin Flood has an M.A. in foreign language education from the University of Michigan as well as an M.A. in Spanish language and literature from Wayne State University (Detroit). She retired from the Bloomfield Hills school district, where she taught Spanish and helped develop and implement a program to prepare high-school students for the Advanced Placement Spanish Language Exam. Throughout her career she has taught Spanish at many levels, ranging from early elementary bilingual-bicultural classes to university advanced composition and conversation. She also has been active in professional organizations such as the AATSP and ACTFL throughout her teaching career. Flood currently is serving as Coordinator for Classroom Resources for the AATSP website.

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