ERIC Number: ED166970
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976
Reference Count: 0
Teaching Spanish to the Spanish Speaking: Theory and Practice.
Valdes Fallis, Guadalupe, Ed.; Garcia-Moya, Rudolfo, Ed.
This volume gathers a sampling of educators' ideas on the issue of the role of the non-standard dialect in the teaching of Spanish to Spanish speakers. Part one, "Rationale for the Teaching of Spanish to the Spanish Speaking," deals with philosophy and theory and contains papers by Guadalupe Valdes Fallis and Nasario Garcia. Part two, "Linguistic Description of Dialects," contains papers by Tracy Terrell, Jorge M. Guitart, and Edwin Blanco. Part three, "Methods and Techniques," contains papers by Rosaura Sanchez, Rosa F. Mines, Rodolfo Garcia-Moya, Anthony Girard Lozano, and Sergio D. Elizondo. Part four, "Evaluation," consists of papers by Richard E. Baecher, Janet D. Ziegler, Charles W. Stansfield, and Daniel N. Cardenas. The papers address the state of the art of Puerto Rican Spanish in the Eastern United States as well as Chicano Spanish in the Southwest. (AM)
Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Bilingual Students, Bilingualism, Grammar, Language Instruction, Language Role, Language Tests, Language Variation, Mexicans, Native Speakers, Nonstandard Dialects, Phonology, Pronunciation, Puerto Ricans, Regional Dialects, Spanish, Spanish Speaking, Standard Spoken Usage, Vocabulary
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers: Mexico; Puerto Rico