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Spanish Learning Databases
Lesson Planning Resources
World Languages Essential Standards
The World Language Essential Standards were approved in September 2010 by the North Carolina State Board of Education.
LEARN NC Spanish Lesson Plans
K-12 lesson plans, assessments, and web links, and professional development with some resources reserved for registered North Carolina members.
ALIGNMENT OF THE WORLD-READINESS STANDARDS FOR LEARNING LANGUAGES WITH THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS
The Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts (ELA) and Literacy in History/Social
Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects contains four strands: Reading, Writing, Speaking and
Listening, and Language. These four strands are represented in the World-Readiness Standards for
Learning Languages by the Communication standards (Interpersonal, Interpretive, and Presentational) and the level of
proficiency demonstrated. In addition, the standards of the other four goals areas for learning languages – Cultures,
Connections, Comparisons, and Communities – also support and are aligned with the Common Core.
Common Core Aligned Lesson Plan Template
A blank template for you to use to assist you with planning your lesson.
Nuestro Mundo by
Call Number: TX SPANISH HS
Publication Date: 2001-02-28
Nuestro mundo, with Tu mundo, is a complete, two-level Spanish program for native Spanish speakers, providing focused treatment of Spanish-speaking peoples, including language, literature, culture, and history.
Spanish in Contact by
Call Number: PC4074 .S63 2007
Publication Date: 2007-07-16
Heritage Spanish in the United States. subjects in early dual language development : a case study of a Spanish-English bilingual child -- Interpreting mood distinctions in Spanish as a heritage language -- Anglicismos en el l�xico disponible de los adolescentes hispanos de Chicago -- Education and policy issues. Teaching Spanish in the U.S. : beyond the one-size-fits-all paradigm -- The politics of English and Spanish aqu� y all� -- Language attitudes and the lexical de-castilianization of Valencian : implications for language planning -- Are Galicians bound to diglossia? An analysis of the nature, uses and values of standard Galician -- Pragmatics and contact. Addressing peers in a Spanish-English bilingual classroom -- Style variation in Spanish as a heritage language : a study of discourse particles in academic and non-academic registers -- Baby I'm sorry, te juro, I'm sorry - subjetivizaci�n versus objetivizaci�n mediante el cambio de c�digos ingl�s/espa�ol en la letra de una canci�n de bachata actual -- Cross-linguistic influence of the Cuzco Quechua epistemic system on Andean Spanish -- La negaci�n en la frontera dom�nico-haitiana : variantes y usos (socio)ling��sticos -- Variation and contact. On the development of contact varieties : the case of Andean Spanish -- Linguistic and social predictors of copula use in Galician Spanish -- Apuntes preliminares sobre el contacto ling��stico y dialectal en el uso pronominal del espa�ol en Nueva York -- Is the past really the past in narrative discourse? -- The impact of linguistic constraints on the expression of futurity in the Spanish of New York Colombians -- Quantitative evidence for contact-induced accomodation : shifts in/s/ reduction patterns in Salvadoran Spanish in Houston -- Est� muy diferente a como era antes : Ser and Estar + adjective in New Mexico Spanish -- Bozal Spanish. Where and how does bozal Spanish survive? -- The appearance and use of bozal language in Cuban and Brazilian new-African literature.
Spanish for Gringos Level 2 with Audio CDs by
Call Number: PC4128 .H382 2008
Publication Date: 2008-10-01
"This new second edition has been expanded to include more commonly used Spanish words and phrases than ever. It's a informal, self-teaching course in conversational Spanish-- an easy and enjoyable approach to the language. It's also a great follow-up program, especially recommended for those who have completed Spanish for Gringos, Level 1. You don't have to memorize tedious rules of grammer or parts of speech. Instead, you'll find yourself picking up knowledge of Spanish in the most natural way-- by learning Spanish words and expressions used in everyday conversation."--back cover.
Spanish Conversation by
Call Number: PC4121 .P48 2010
Publication Date: 2009-12-23
Spanish language--Textbooks for foreign speakers--English.
Foreign Language Association of North Carolina
It is the mission of the Foreign Language Association of North Carolina to promote opportunities for all students from kindergarten through post graduate studies to develop a high level of competence in at least one language in addition to their own; to provide leadership, support and service to those committed to language learning; and to coordinate the efforts of all those involved in education to make language learning in programs of excellence a reality for all.
The American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese
The American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese promotes the study and teaching of the Spanish and Portuguese languages and their corresponding Hispanic, Luso-Brazilian, and other related literatures and cultures at all levels of education.
Spanish language and bilingual juvenile titles can be found in section PZ 73-78 of the juvenile collection in the CMMC located on the 3rd floor of Wiggins Memorial Library.
Pura Belpré Award Winners
The Pura Belpré Award, established in 1996, is presented to a Latino/Latina writer and illustrator whose work best portrays, affirms, and celebrates the Latino cultural experience in an outstanding work of literature for children and youth. It is co-sponsored by the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC), a division of the American Library Association (ALA), and the National Association to Promote Library and Information Services to Latinos and the Spanish-Speaking, an ALA affiliate.
The award is named after Pura Belpré, the first Latina librarian at the New York Public Library. As a children's librarian, storyteller, and author, she enriched the lives of Puerto Rican children in the U.S.A. through her pioneering work of preserving and disseminating Puerto Rican folklore.
Curriculum Materials/Media Center Librarian--Education, Psychology, & Social Work Liaison Librarian