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Camino al español

Camino al español
A Comprehensive Course in Spanish

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  • Date Published: June 2004
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521530750

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  • This intensive course is expressly designed to lead the adult beginner to a comprehensive knowledge of Spanish, giving balanced attention to the four key language skills. The course includes quality audio materials recorded by native speakers, grammar-acquisition exercises which facilitate independent study, and authentic written materials to develop important receptive skills and encourage the transition to independent reading. It also features an abundance of pair and group activities ideal for classroom use, as well as teacher's guidelines. Based on a style of Spanish easily understood by most speakers, the course clarifies the main differences between peninsular and Latin American forms and usage.

    • Comprehensive - covers all the material required to reach intermediate level and communicate confidently in Spanish
    • Learner centered - organised to maximise student participation with extensive activities. Lively presentation, lavishly illustrated
    • Extensive reference features/supplements - such as learner guide, student guide to grammar terms, verb tables, vocabulary checklist, teachers' guidelines, cassettes, answer key
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    'Camino al español is a no-frills, though attractive, comprehensive and often imaginative textbook that fills a significant gap in the market.' The Times Higher Education Supplement

    '… Camino al español is a first-rate beginner's course that fills a space in the teaching of Spanish to adults and young adults. For schools with Spanish A level, further education colleges and university departments requiring new materials for Spanish beginners, this course is undoubtedly worthy of consideration.' Vida Hispánica

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    • Date Published: June 2004
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521530750
    • length: 450 pages
    • dimensions: 245 x 186 x 29 mm
    • weight: 0.96kg
    • contains: 298 b/w illus. 5 maps
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Course Materials: Introduction
    Learner guide
    Units 1-20. Part II. Teachers' Guidelines: Sample unit
    Solutions to exercises
    Transcripts. Part III. Reference Tools and Study Aids: Student guide to grammar terms
    Spanish verb tables
    Vocabulary list Spanish - English
    Vocabulary list English - Spanish
    Grammar function index.

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    Camino al español

    Consuelo de Andrés Martínez, Eugenia Ariza Bruce, Christine Cook, Isabel Díez-Bonet, Anthony Trippett

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  • Authors

    Consuelo de Andrés Martínez, University of Plymouth
    Consuelo de Andres Martinez is Senior Lecturer in Spanish at the University of Plymouth. She is co-author of A buen puerto: Tipos de Cambio.

    Eugenia Ariza Bruce
    Eugenia Ariza Bruce is a language tutor in the Department of Hispanic Studies, University of Sheffield, where her major interest has been developing material for listening comprehension.

    Christine Cook, University of Sheffield
    Christine Cook has recently taken up a post as European Administrator in the School of Health and Related Research at the University of Sheffield and tutors in both Spanish and German.

    Isabel Díez-Bonet, University of Sheffield
    Isabel Díez-Bonet teaches Spanish at the University of Sheffield. Her main areas of interest are language teaching methodology and pragmatics.

    Anthony Trippett, University of Sheffield
    Anthony Trippett is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Hispanic Studies at the University of Sheffield. He has been engaged in teaching and organising courses of Spanish for beginners for more than 25 years. Anthony Trippett initiated this project and has been its administrative coordinator.

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