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Aquino, Luis Hernandez – Yelmo, 1975
This article discusses the history of the Spanish word denoting a particular tree, "secoya," which found its origin in the name of the originator of the Cherokee alphabet "Sekwiyi," moving then into English and subsequently into Spanish. (Text is in Spanish.) (CLK)
Descriptors: Botany, Cherokee, Contrastive Linguistics, Cross Cultural Studies
Zuman, John P. – 1993
"Los Arboles Hablan," a video-based curriculum that promotes the learning of Spanish as a second language through study of the Latin American rain forests is described. The 12-session unit was designed for use at the middle school level and integrates science, social science, and environmental education with content focusing on the…
Descriptors: Audiovisual Aids, Course Content, Course Descriptions, Curriculum Design