El Mundo 21 hispano

  • AUTHORS: Fabián Samaniego; Nelson Rojas; Francisco Rodríguez Nogales; Mario de Alarcón
  • ISBN-13: 9781133935605 
  • Grade(s): 9 | 10 | 11 | 12
  • 576 Pages  Paperback 
  • 2nd Edition  |  Previous Editions: 2005
  • ©2014     Published
  • Prices are valid only in the respective region

Overview

About The Product

Through its proven approach to language learning, the second edition of EL MUNDO 21 HISPANO provides your students with a wealth of both contextualized and purposeful content. Throughout the text, students are given multiple opportunities to learn about their own country of origin, or that of their ancestors, so that they begin to respect and take pride in their own cultural heritage, as well as those of their classmates. The completely revised and redesigned second edition offers a seamless passage through Intermediate Spanish for the heritage speaker, along with integrated grammar, vocabulary, media (audio and video), and culture as well as ample opportunities to interact and discuss each lesson's theme. EL MUNDO 21 HISPANO’s text-specific cultural video along with six new authentic short films and its rich array of online resources will keep your students both motivated and engaged throughout the course.

Features

  • Content-Based Approach. The text's content-based approach provides heritage speakers with a wealth of opportunities to interact with each other as they discuss the many cultural and literary readings in each unit.
  • Content Equals Culture. As students discover the 21 countries that comprise the Spanish-speaking world, they gain insight into Hispanic cultures and civilizations along with their heritage, and they also achieve a global understanding of the issues and challenges faced by the Spanish-speaking world today.
  • Skill Development. Students acquire listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills through accompanying video and audio, role plays, opportunities for discussion and debate, pre- and post-reading activities, and a process approach to writing. Special attention is paid to the challenges heritage speakers face in developing these skills.

About the Contributor

AUTHORS
  • Fabián Samaniego

    Fabián A. Samaniego earned his B.A. degree at New Mexico State University and completed his graduate work at the University of Iowa. He taught four years at Utah State University before going to the University of California at Davis, where he served as coordinator of the first-year Spanish program and supervisor of teaching assistants for 24 years. He also served as assistant director of several Foreign Language Competency projects for the Los Angeles and San Francisco Unified School Districts, and for the Santa Clara and Sacramento County Offices of Education. In addition, he served on the steering committee of the California Foreign Language Teacher Preparation Project and on the California Foreign Language Project Policy Board. He is frequently asked to conduct in-service workshops for schools and universities across the country. Samaniego's first-year college text, ¡DÍMELO TÚ!, is in its sixth edition, and his intermediate text, MUNDO 21, recently published in its fourth edition. He is a co-author of LANGUAGE AND CULTURE IN LEARNING: TEACHING SPANISH TO NATIVE SPEAKERS OF SPANISH and of ¡DIME!, a seven-book school series that includes a two-year native Spanish speaker's program: Tu mundo and Nuestro mundo.

  • Nelson Rojas

  • Francisco Rodríguez Nogales

    Francisco Rodríguez Nogales is an Associate Professor of Spanish in the School of Modern Languages at Santa Barbara City College. He is a specialist in the use of technology in foreign-language teaching and online instruction—his teaching load has been 100 percent online for the past five years. He also has developed several Spanish assessment and placement tools. Nogales was born in Pedrera (Seville), Spain. He completed his bachelor of arts at the Universidad Pontificia Comillas in Madrid, his master's at San Francisco State University, and his Ph.D. at the University of California at Davis.

  • Mario de Alarcón

Table of Contents

LECCIÓN 1.
Sustantivos y artículos. El presente de indicative: verbos regulares. Adjetivos y pronombres demostrativos.
LECCIÓN 2.
Verbos con cambios en la raíz. Verbos con cambios ortográficos y verbos irregulares. Verbos con adjetivos descriptivos. Usos de los verbos ser y estar.
LECCIÓN 3.
Pronombres de objeto directo e indirecto y la a personal. El verbo gustar. El pretérito: verbos regulares. El pretérito: verbos con cambios en la raíz y verbos irregulares.
LECCIÓN 4.
El imperfecto. El pretérito y el imperfecto: acciones acabadas y acciones que. El pretérito y el imperfecto: acciones simultáneas y recurrentes. Comparativos y superlativos.
LECCIÓN 5.
El infinitivo. Las formas del presente de subjuntivo y el uso del subjuntivo en las cláusulas principales. Mandatos formales y mandatos familiares. El subjuntivo en las cláusulas nominales.
LECCIÓN 6.
Pronombres relativos. El presente de subjuntivo en las cláusulas adjetivales. El presente de subjuntivo en las cláusulas adverbiales.
LECCIÓN 7.
Adjetivos y pronombres posesivos. El participio pasado y el presente perfecto de indicativo. Las preposiciones para y por. Construcciones pasivas.
LECCIÓN 8.
El futuro: verbos regulares e irregulares. El condicional: verbos regulares e irregulares. Expresiones indefinidas y negativas. El imperfect de subjuntivo: formas y cláusulas con si.
LECCIÓN 9.
El imperfect de subjuntivo: cláusulas nominales y adjetivales. El imperfecto de subjuntivo: cláusulas adverbiales. El imperfect de subjuntivo en las cláusulas principales. Otros tiempos perfectos.
LECCIÓN 10.
Secuencia de tiempos: verbos en indicativo. Secuencia de tiempos: verbos en indicativo y subjuntivo. Secuencia de tiempos: cláusulas condicionales con si.
Materias De Consulta.
Tablas Verbales.
Vocabulario Español-Inglés.
Índice.

New to this Edition

  • Global Perspective. The second edition features equal treatment of all 21 Spanish speaking countries in order to provide students with perspectives from across the globe.
  • Hispanic Communities in the United States. The origins of the largest Hispanic communities in the United States are addressed in the new "los orígenes" section.
  • Dialects From Around the World. "Nuestra lengua en uso" sections highlight different Spanish dialects from various countries and regions, giving students some insight into the many ways their language is used for creative expression throughout the world.
  • Content Preview. A colorful new lesson opener previews what students will study in each lesson. This section highlights what students will learn, who they will meet, what structures they will review, what new structures they will learn, and what they will especially enjoy seeing on video and in movie shorts.
  • Historical Coverage. "Los orígenes" sections give a brief overview of early cultures and civilizations occupying the regions being presented. Addressing such fascinating periods as the Roman and Moorish occupation of Spain and the Aztec, Mayan and Incan empires, this section sets the stage for delving into the current reality of each country being studied.
  • Language Development. "Así hablamos y así escribimos" sections provide a guide tailored for the unique challenges heritage speakers face in mastering their native language at a full, professional level.
  • Study Tools. Thematic vocabulary development and new point-of-use vocabulary lists are provided to highlight the most important information.
  • Material in Action. The "¡Luces! ¡Cámara! ¡Acción!" section provides pre- and post-viewing activities for the text-specific video and SIX new cortometrajes, or short-films, added to the program.
  • Expanded Cultural Coverage. The second edition's cultural content has been updated and expanded throughout the text so that the material reflects the most up-to-date information available.
  • Online Resources. The second edition includes online resources such as Heinle eSAM powered by QUIA (Online Student Activities Manual) and a Premium Website that are designed to support instructors and students.

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