The VIDEOMUNDO intermediate video program complements the unit themes and cultural presentations. There are many techniques you can use to maximize the students' video exposure. Some include: Sound Off, Cloze Exercises, Prediction, Freeze-Frame, Mission Statement, and Know Your Equipment.
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Nancy Levy-Konesky received her Ph.D. from Boston College where she studied with the Graduate School of Education as well as the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures. She was the 1997 recipient of the John Schmidt award for her research on instructional video design, and she has extensive experience writing, producing, and directing foreign language and culture video programs on both the high school and college level, as well as for broadcast television. Professor Levy-Konesky has taught Spanish and Hispanic culture and literature at the university level for more than 20 years, and also has experience teaching and writing curriculum and materials for high school students. She developed and teaches foreign language methodology courses on the graduate level, and continues to lead teacher-training workshops. She currently teaches Foreign Language Methods with the Teacher Preparation Program at Yale University, and also teach Spanish and Hispanic culture and literature with the Romance Language Department at Tufts University. Her research and experience in foreign language methodology and video production combine to make Professor Levy-Konesky an authority on its use in first- and second- year Spanish language classrooms.
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