K. Enlaces Útiles Para El Curso

De AGOSTO 2015: ¿Cómo les gustaría a sus estudiantes practicar vocabulario y ayudar a combatir el hambre a la vez?  Visiten este sitio divertido:

http://es.freerice.com/#/vocabulario-en-espa%C3%B1ol/643374

De JUNIO 2015:  Un proyecto final, en video, sobre “Como la vida misma”, una adaptación creativa de dos estudiantes míos:

¿En alguna vez sus estudiantes han expresado dudas de “cómo se dice…”?  Bueno, Javier Vigoa, profesor del área de  Tampa, comparte este enlace con nosotros:

http://www.juventudrebelde.cu/dudas-idioma/

En un taller AP en UCLA dos compañeros, Eduardo Abea y Edgar Gutiérrez nos compartieron esta información MUY, MUY útil.  Este primer enlace contiene muchos recursos con audio, video, cultura, etc.

http://www.ver-taal.com/index.htm

Durante el taller ellos dos también nos hablaron de “VTS” (Visual Thinking Strategy) que va “mano en mano” con lo que se llama “critical thinking”, “higher order thinking skills”, etc.  Después del taller me puse a buscar más información y me encontré con este enlace:

http://vtshome.org/what-is-vts

¡Es fenomenal!

Una colega del AP Teacher Commmunity recomienda este enlace de España para que sus estudiantes tengan la oportunidad de practicar su español en una variedad de maneras:

http://www.practicaespanol.com/es/bienvenido-practica-espanol/art/17/

ENLACES RECIENES (6/29/13):  Ver los números 4 y 5 al fondo de esta página sobre “word clouds“…

ENLACE INTERESANTE:   Nuestro colega Javier Vigoa me manda este enlace que contiene información sobre un libro que se llama “Los cien mejores poemas de amor…”   Muchas gracias, Javier!!

  http://www.cubaencuentro.com/cultura/articulos/los-cien-mejores-poemas-de-amor-de-la-lengua-espanola-284127 

ENLACE VALIOSO:  EL “Google Art Project”:  http://www.googleartproject.com/

Aqui les pongo una lista de enlaces que ustedes y sus estudiantes pueden explorar.  Si encuentran que alguno no funcione, dejenme saber, por favor:

  1. http://www.retoricas.com/2009/06/principales-figuras-retoricas.html (muy buen sitio)
  2. http://it.stlawu.edu/~rgol/ AP-Spanish web site created (around 2004) to upload and download AP Spanish materials, created by AP Teacher Commmunity moderator, Dr. Rita Goldberg (she hopes to transfer all resources to the new AP Spanish Literature and Culture Teacher Community website)
  3. http://www.authorstream.com/  website to view PowerPoint presentations for many AP works, created by California high school teacher Dr. Ruth Ward
  4. http://hitchcock.itc.virginia.edu/SpanishFilm/principal.html, “Cine con clase” is a website where visitors can access video clips of many films from Spain, many with scripts and activities already created for classroom use!
  5. http://hispanicfilmarchives.blogspot.com/, blog by Dr. Gerardo T. Cummings, including a list of useful links!
  6. http://www.personal.psu.edu/users/s/a/sam50/cinergia/cinergia.htm, website created by Professor Sophia A. McClennen, Associate Professor at Pennsylvania State University, with the help of scholars and students of Hispanic cinema, with resources on how to use and teach with films
  7. http://www.edu365.cat/eso/muds/castella/literatura/index.htm# an interactive website for students and teachers
  8. http://www.poesia-inter.net/ a website that has a huge audio and text collection of Spanish poetry
  9. http://cervantesvirtual.com, excellent site maintained by the Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra with a      variety of resources focused on a variety of authors
  10.  http://cervantesvirtual.com/bib_autor/Cervantes/, allows visitors to listen to the entire chapters of “El ingenioso hidalgo, don Quijote de La Mancha”
  11. http://www.wordreference.com, an outstanding free, online dictionary in Spanish, French, English, Italian, etc.
  12. http://www.diccionarios.com, another recommended interactive dictionary
  13. http://www.wga.hu/index1.html, great website to download a variety of important Spanish paintings to reinforce the historical and cultural aspects of literature
  14. http://www.museodelprado.es/, Museo Nacional del Prado, from Spain
  15. http://www.elmuseovirtual.com/, website with lots of art and digital images
  16. http://www.getty.edu/, website of the J. Paul Getty Museum
  17. http://www.arts-history.mx/, from Mexico, great resource for art, history, anthropology, literature, films, etc.
  18. http://www.spanisharts.com/, OUTSTANDING,  wonderful website with a wealth of cultural links!
  19. http://www.wga.hu/index1.html , web gallery of art!
  20. http://luis.salas.net/index.htm, excellent resource for poems in Spanish
  21.  http://www.nextext.com, provides valuable resources for instructors that use the original textbook “Abriendo Puertas”, by McDougal Littell
  22. http://my.hrw.com, new website for the updated “Abriendo puertas, ampliando perspectivas”; school districts are given the username and passwords to initiate use of this site.
  23. http://www.sonnets.spanish.sbc.edu/,  resources related to Spanish sonnets
  24. http://virtual-spain.com/literatura_espanola-alexandre.html, resources related to Spanish literature
  25. http://blogs.lawrence.edu/gustavofares/www-sites/www-sites-spanish-language-and-culture, AP Spanish Language and Culture Chief Reader Dr. Gustavo Fares’ excellent website with resources for all Spanish classes (y el original:  http://www2.lawrence.edu/fast/faresg/sites.htm)
  26. http://clubcultura.com/, website where you can subscribe and receive monthly information
  27. http://www.descargacultura.unam.mx/, website from UNAM with lots of cultural resources, including literary      works read by authors
  28. http://reference.findtarget.com/search/Spanish%20literature/, Spanish Literature reference website
  29. http://maps.nationalgeographic.com/maps, National Geographic maps and more
  30. http://www.nationalatlas.gov/printable.html, website with free, printable maps
  31. http://www.google.com/earth/index.html, website for downloading Google Earth, great for viewing the world and any      place on its surface and oceans!
  32. http://mapasinteractivos.didactalia.net/comunidad/mapasflashinteractivos , interactive maps!
  33. http://www.rinconcastellano.com/ , Cronología de la literatura española, site with notes, biographies and more!
  34. http://www.scribd.com/AttractMore/d/16851829-La-Casa-de-Bernarda-Alba , graphic organizer with commentary about the characters in Lorca’s play
  35. http://www.education.ky.gov/kde/instructional+resources/high+school/english+language+arts/writing/literary+writing.htm, concise information on the types of literary genres
  36. http://www.corridos.org/Default.asp?Language=S,  “Corridos sin fronteras”, an interesting site to investigate the Mexican corrido
  37. http://www.pandora.com/#/account/sign-in/, Pandora, free internet radio
  38. http://www.radiobilingue.org , Radio Bilingüe (based in Fresno, CA) with archives of podcasts, interviews, etc.
  39. http://oncetv-ipn.net/webcast/ , if you click on “Conversando con Cristina Pacheco” you can listen to archived interviews, most for FREE! “Canal Once” is an outstanding network from Mexico City produced by the Instituto Politécnico Nacional
  40. http://tercerodelaeso.wordpress.com/literatura/ , outstanding website with a plethora of information—a MUST!
  41. http://prezi.com/ , outstanding website on how to create “Prezis”, described as “PPTs on steroids”!
  42. http://www.ensayistas.org/curso3030/ , excellent site by Dr. José Luis Gómez-Martínez “Introducción a la literatura”
  43. http://www.tnellen.com/cybereng/lit_terms/terms/ , inactive dictionary of literary terms…though in English, could be helpful!
  44. http://www.kalipedia.com/lengua-castellana/ , “Lengua y Literatura” is a site with a plethora of information
  45. http://classjump.com/m/msgalan-vegaswebsite/?section=classes&class_id=10627 ,AP Spanish Literature website maintained by colleague Elizabeth Galán-Vega of Florida

Other Helpful Websites for Great Teachers

  1. http://www.rubistar.4teachers.org/ , allows instructors to create their own grading rubrics for special projects
  2. http://assignaday.4teachers.org/, an easy to use, terrific website for instructors to create and maintain their classroom assignment calendar online!
  3. http://www.kaganonline.com/, great website for engagement and cooperative learning materials, free online magazine, catalog and workshop opportunities
  4. http://worditout.com/, allows you to create “clouds” with key words from pasted text…great for poetry!
  5. http://www.wordle.net/, another website to create “word clouds”…helps students to “visualize” the key words of pasted text…great for poetry!
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3 Responses to K. Enlaces Útiles Para El Curso

  1. Lilian Bonar says:

    Muchas gracias. Un fuerte abrazo.

  2. Toni says:

    Pоdra decirse que no estoy completamente de acuerdߋ con la forma de еxpresarlo, sin embargo s
    coіncido lo que se dice.Saludos

    • ajimenez2013 says:

      Buenos dias, colega: Gracias por comentar mas no es muy claro a que parte del blog se refiere al decir “no estoy completamente de acuerdo con la forma de expresarlo”. Tenga en cuenta que soy mexicana pero criada en California toda mi vida. Les agradezco cuando me corrijen;)

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