The Â¡DÃ?MELO TÃš! Intensive Accelerated Course is a communication-based program designed for a short or intensive Introductory Spanish course.
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FabiÃ¡n A. Samaniego taught for four years at Utah State University before going to the University of California at Davis where he served as Supervisor of Teaching Assistants and Coordinator of the first-year Spanish program for twenty-four years. A specialist in foreign-language pedagogy, Professor Samaniego has been a frequent presenter at foreign-language conferences across the country. He coauthored four college texts and the AATSP PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT HANDBOOK SERIES FOR TEACHERS KÂ-16, VOLUME 1: SPANISH FOR NATIVE SPEAKERS. He is also coeditor of LANGUAGE AND CULTURE IN LEARNING: TEACHING SPANISH TO NATIVE SPEAKERS OF SPANISH. Professor Samaniego received his bachelor of arts from New Mexico State University and his master of arts from the University of Iowa.
J. Blommers is Associate Professor of Spanish and Program Coordinator for the Spanish Masters program in the Modern Languages and Literatures Department at California State University, Bakersfield. He specializes in second-language acquisition and is particularly interested in listening strategies and techniques. Other interests include 19th-century Peninsular literature and Hispanic-American culture. A native Iowan, Professor Blommers studied political science and Spanish at the University of Iowa and the Universidad Nacional AutÃ³noma de MÃ©xico and holds a master of arts and a Ph.D. in Spanish from the University of Iowa.
Magaly Lagunas-Solar was born in Santiago, Chile. She has a Bachelor of Arts in both French and Education from the University of Chile, ValparaÃso, where she taught French for seven years. She completed her Master's degree in Spanish Linguistics at the University of California at Davis, where she is A.B.D. in Spanish Linguistics. Professor Lagunas-Solar has been involved in several second-language acquisition projects, both in Chile and in the United States. She is currently working on a reading proficiency project at California State University, Sacramento, where she is a Spanish lecturer in the Foreign Language Department.
Viviane Ritzi-Marouf was raised as a French-Spanish bilingual in Geneva, Switzerland. She received a Bachelor of Arts in both French and Spanish at Brigham Young University. At the University of California at Davis, she completed the Master's degree program first in French, then in Spanish. She has taught at a number of colleges and universities in northern California. She received an Outstanding Teacher Award in Solano Community College in Sacramento in 1993 and again in 1994. Currently, she is head of the French Department and an instructor in Spanish at the Folsom Lake College.
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Book Description Aspen Inst Human Studies, 1987. Paperback. Book Condition: Near Fine. Near Fine. book. Bookseller Inventory # F4S1-1-Z-0915436892-3