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AATSP/SANTILLANA USA WEBINARS - SESSION 2: Teaching Vocabulary In The Spanish Classroom

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Jan 05

AATSP/SANTILLANA USA WEBINARS (JANUARY, 2012)

WEBINAR SESSION 2:

HABLANDO BIEN SE ENTIENDE LA GENTE: LA ENSEÑANZA DEL LÉXICO EN EL AULA DE ESPAÑOL (TEACHING VOCABULARY IN THE SPANISH CLASSROOM)

Session Summary (in English):

Current research shows that vocabulary acquisition is the single biggest predictor of language, literacy and academic success. Therefore, teaching and learning effective vocabulary strategies help Spanish language learners attain both communicative proficiency and literacy in Spanish.

The Spanish language is varied, complex and rich in vocabulary. Spanish educators need to focus on teaching language registers that can be understood, and that assist Spanish students in attaining communicative proficiency. This workshop will review scientifically based vocabulary teaching concepts. Based on these concepts, we will offer suggestions for classroom pedagogical strategies. We will also discuss the book “Hablando bien se entiende la gente” by Gerardo Piña Rosales, President of the North American Academy of the Spanish Language, et al., in which common errors of Spanish vocabulary use and how to correct them are presented in a fun and engaging manner.

Session Summary (in Spanish):

La lengua española es rica en variedad, complejidad y léxico. Por esto, nos debemos enfocar en enseñar registros de la lengua  que sean cuidados y que ayuden al alumno a lograr sus propósitos comunicativos. Este taller revisará conceptos de la enseñanza del léxico que nos traen los más recientes análisis científicos, y, basándonos en estas investigaciones, sugeriremos algunas estrategias pedagógicas para la enseñanza del vocabulario. También se discutirá el libro “Hablando bien se entiende la gente”, editado por Gerardo Piña Rosales, Presidente de la Academia Norteamericana de la Lengua Española, et al., en el cual se nos presentan, de una forma divertida y lúdica, algunos de los mas comunes errores de uso del vocabulario, y como corregirlos.

Target Audience

K-12 and post-secondary Spanish teachers, K-12 foreign language supervisors

Program(s): Spanish as a foreign language, Spanish for native speakers, advanced Spanish courses, Advanced Placement (AP) Spanish courses, post-secondary Spanish courses

Language of Presentation: Spanish

Presenter: Mario A. Nuñez

Bibliography:

Higueras, Marta (2008). Nuevas Técnicas para enseñar léxico. Encuentro práctico de profesores de ELE. Wurtzburg.

Moliner, Soledad. Para hablar bien español: Primeros auxilios (2009). Aguilar.

Moreno Ramos, Jesús (2004). Enseñar lengua desde un enfoque léxico. Glosas Didácticas, Revista electrónica internacional.

Nation, Paul (2008). Teaching Vocabulary.  Asian EFL Journal online.

Piña-Rosales, Gerardo, Jorge Covarrubias, et al (2010). Hablando bien se entiende la gente. Aguilar.

Redal, Enrique Juan (2004). Gramática y ortografía para la ESO. Santillana.

Romero, María Victoria (1996). La enseñanza del vocabulario: tópicos culturales. ASELE. Actas VII.  Centro Virtual Cervantes (http://cvc.cervantes.es/ )

Sánchez Lobato, Jesús (2004). Saber escribir.  Instituto Cervantes. Aguilar.

Webinar Reference Documents / Documentos de Referencia 

Enseñar lengua desde un enfoque léxico

La enseñanza del vocabulario

Nuevas técnicas para enseñar léxico

Teaching Vocabulary

Top 175 Spanish Words

Vocabulario de los sentimientos

Webinar 2_Vocabulary_Power Point Presentation

Webinar 2_Vocabulary_ Q & A

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