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ERIC Number: ED094572
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 123
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Acculturators for Spanish, Vol. 1.
de Tullio, Thomas, Ed.
This set of teaching units, called acculturators, is designed to introduce Spanish language students to peninsular and Spanish-American culture. The acculturators deal with gestures, customs, family life, daily habits, and other aspects of culture. The intent is to aid the student in becoming as much a part of the target culture as his own psychological and intellectual abilities permit. Each of these acculturation lessons contains specific guidelines: lesson objectives; suggested time limits; approximate levels of difficulty; needed materials; directions for the teacher, some of which include lesson plans based on daily schedules; and a brief bibliography. Vocabulary lists and reinforcement activities are provided for some of the acculturators. The 12 lessons deal with the following subjects: the Spanish bar, eating habits, gestures, time awareness, work attitudes, taboos, greetings, ceremonies, the use of the metric system, and shopping practices. (LG)
Publication Type: Books
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Note: For related document, see FL 006 327