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View Resource Spanish and Mathematics

This website was created by Terry Mirande of Pierce College to have students use math as they learn Spanish. There are five projects available for educators to access. One addresses the metric system used in the Spanish-speaking world; another tackles the parallels between math and the Spanish language structure. There is a Mexican game of chance explained that will help students improve...

View Resource Spanish Professor

The Spanish Professor is designed to help people learn Spanish through a variety of tactics, including multimedia lessons and audio CD's that foster fluency in both speaking and writing Spanish. The site has a few lessons on basic Spanish verbs and their conjugation, and it also links to a number of fantastic Spanish learning sites with free instructional content. Here, visitors will also find...

View Resource Learn Spanish

Spanish language instruction has been a staple in high schools and colleges for years, and there are a number of high-quality online resources for those who would like to learn the language, or just to refresh their vocabulary. At this site, visitors can go through a number of tutorials that deal with basic pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar. Each tutorial contains a clear audio section that...

View Resource Notes in Spanish

Notes in Spanish has been described as the best free Spanish language learning podcast/blog on the Internet. Notes in Spanish publishes two podcasts: an intermediate and an advanced podcast. Each podcast is accompanied by a worksheet (available for an additional small fee), which includes a full transcript of the podcast and a list of relevant vocabulary terms and phrases, along with useful...

View Resource Spanish Verbs � Educational Quizzes

As any non-native Spanish-speaker will attest to, there is nothing more difficult than learning to conjugate those irregular Spanish verbs. Fortunately, the quizzes from Quiz Tree can help. Each quiz, with twenty-five to fifty questions apiece, targets specific basic Spanish infinitives, such as ?estar? (to be), ?jugar? (to play), and ?hacer? (to make). The multiple-choice questions ask student...

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