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Brannan, Robert – 1979
The language of Spanish correspondence possesses particular characteristics that lie somewhere between the everyday conversational style and the more formal literary style. This minicourse contains three lessons intended to enable the student to learn the letter-writing style and to write letters in Spanish. It is also intended to encourage and…
Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Creative Writing, Instructional Materials, Language Skills
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Lopez-Gomez, Coral – Hispania, 1997
Discusses the usefulness to second language learning of an activity in which students assume a pen name and write letters under that name in the language studied in order to motivate their interest in the language and accelerate their mastery of it. (CK)
Descriptors: Journal Writing, Learning Strategies, Second Language Learning, Spanish
Ferguson, Susan; Ripley, Suzanne – 1994
This guide is intended to help parents understand how a child becomes eligible for special education and related services and how to use letter writing to effectively communicate with the school when necessary. Initial information is presented in question-and-answer format and letters to request services. Sample letters are offered for the parent…
Descriptors: Communication Skills, Disabilities, Due Process, Elementary Secondary Education
Thielman, Virginia B.; And Others – 1973
Written in Spanish, the document contains a correspondence learning program for parents of deaf blind preschoolers. An introductory section gives preliminary instructions, an introduction to sign language, and a list of resources for deaf blind children. Twelve lessons follow with information on: the parent's role in teaching the child, visual…
Descriptors: Child Development, Communication Skills, Correspondence Study, Daily Living Skills