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CAMBRIDGE SPANISH


Since we printed our first book in 1534, Cambridge University Press has continuously published materials that unlock people’s potential with the best learning and research solutions.

In 2014, we partnered with Editorial Edinumen, a prestigious ELE (Español Lengua Extranjera) publisher, with a global reputation for quality and innovative methodology that complimented our approach to English language teaching. We have come together with a shared vision – to impact the teaching of the Spanish language to students in the U.S., helping them acquire the skills necessary for fluent communication. With a 25-year history that grew out of their successful private school, Edinumen is a publisher specialized in creating materials for learning and teaching Spanish as a foreign language. With over 400 publications in use around the globe, Edinumen provides complete solutions that combine the best content with modern learning platforms and a student-centered approach. Edinumen has been a worldwide pioneer in the creation of different materials for learning Spanish with a commitment to research and supporting the ongoing professional development of teachers. Our partnership has produced a full line of Spanish language materials for learners at every age – from the very start of their language journey in elementary school to more advanced study at the college and university levels. With the support of Edinumen, we have realized our goal to create a series of programs that are fully accessible to the modern learner in a range of different formats. We are certain this partnership will impact the Spanish language learning community through quality content and innovation – helping learners communicate in Spanish in an ongoing, practical way.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 3.......... What Makes our Spanish Courses Special 5.......... Entornos

11........ Online Course

18........ Literatura Y Escritura Español Colloquial Literatura para la Vida Curso de Literatura Española Moderna Taller de Escritura

12........ Cine Español Con Películas Tablas Vamos al Cine

19........ Fines Especificos Colección Temas de… En Equipo Español para Comercio Mundial del Siglo XXI

13........ Conversacion Y Cultura España, Ayer y Hoy El Libro de los Días Hoy Hablamos de…

20........ Vocabulario ¡A toda Pagina! El Bloc Español Esencial Láminas

7.......... Destellos and Matices 10........ Articulation of Programs

14........ Gramática Colección Paso a Paso Gramática Española Basica Universo Gramatical

21........ Ordering Information 22........ Customer Support

15........ Lecturas Aprende Español Con… Español con Guiones Lecturas de Enigma y Misterio Lecturas de Hispanoamerica Lecturas Graduadas de Español Relatos

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WHAT MAKES OUR SPANISH COURSES SPECIAL

How did you learn to ride a bike? Did you sit in a chair while someone explained the fundamentals of bike riding, or did you go outside and give it a try? Did you get better by memorizing a set of expert techniques, or did you get a few skinned knees until you improved? Whether it’s riding a bike or learning a language, people learn best by doing! Out-of-context grammar and vocabulary skills or exercises designed to master isolated language functions can be difficult to use when you want to express yourself or understand something new. Even more importantly, this kind of instruction can make us forget Spanish is a living language that people speak all over the world.

An inductive learning journey of discovery and inference that keeps students actively involved and deepens their understanding of language.

 Immersive, relatable scenarios steeped in real-life learning that provide a framework for communication.

CAMBRIDGE SPANISH COURSES

A focus on cultural and intercultural learning helps students build global awareness while developing authentic communication skills.

support communicative, empowered learning through...

Content with social and emotional relevance to increase students’ motivation to learn Spanish, boosting acquisition and retention.

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 Explicitly taught learning strategies that help students reflect on their own learning and style of communication to find the processes and methods that work best for them.


DESTELLOS Curso intermedio de lengua española

INDUCTIVE LEARNING From the first page of every unit, students are invested in the inductive learning approach. The motivation to learn vocabulary and grammar is driven by the language functions needed to talk about subjects they care about. Meaningful communication is supported through scaffolded support of reading, writing, listening, and speaking in a media- and information-rich environment. Then, after explicit language instruction, students practice the language forms and vocabulary for true Spanish mastery.

REAL-LIFE LEARNING When students connect language with real-world scenarios and challenges, they become more engaged in learning. In preparation for a vastly different workforce, the days when students were required to listen and not question, or memorize and repeat are long gone. This evolution of education nurtures in-depth understanding and a passion for connection.

LEARNING STRATEGIES

CULTURAL & INTERCULTURAL LEARNING

Research shows that incorporating learning strategies into language curricula helps student become more effective language learners and facilitates a self-actualizing approach to achieving language goals. This philosophy helps students work smarter through the use of specific self-developed strategies, which have a profound influence on learning outcomes. By developing skills in learning-how-to-learn, students can better exploit classroom-learning opportunities and can more easily expand their language learning outside of the classroom.

Spanish is a vital, living language – which can be surprisingly easy to forget when conjugating endless strings of verbs. These programs remind us that the purpose of language is to connect: with ourselves and with others, in our own communities and around the world. By calling attention to the rich diversity of Hispanic cultures around the world, Cambridge Spanish programs explore opportunities to travel and experience other cultures.

SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL RELEVANCE Embedding students’ interests in the speaking, listening, reading, and writing lessons helps learners achieve learning objectives and brings Spanish language to life. With themes developed to reflect students’ interests, these programs create a deeper connection through relevant activities and content that is familiar. This engagement not only creates a compelling classroom experience, it also builds neural connections and long-term memory storage for language retention. Research shows that being truly engaged increases learners’ attention and focus, motivates them to practice higher-order critical thinking skills, and promotes meaningful learning experiences. www.cambridge.org/cambridgespanish

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ENTORNOS

ENTORNOS

Novice to Intermediate Low This introductory Spanish course helps learners develop the language skills and 21st century learning strategies they need to connect to real-world, practical issues. The engaging and relevant cultural coverage, with exciting videos and technology, brings the Spanish language to life. Entornos supports key competencies such as collaboration, digital literacy, critical thinking, and problem-solving to help learners thrive in and out of the Spanish language classroom.

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UNIDAD

3.2

Juan y (a) ............... ...............

Hablamos de

Vocabulario y comunicación

¡En vivo!

Una familia mexicana

La familia: Describing personality traits and physical conditions La ropa: Describing physical characteristics

Episodio 3 La chica más guapa del mundo: Making inferences from non-verbal clues

Pronunciación The sounds of c and s

Mi familia Gramática

Destrezas

Sabor latino

En resumen

Present tense of –er and –ir verbs Possessive adjectives Demonstrative adjectives

La Nochebuena – Comprensión de lectura: Identifying descriptive words – Expresión escrita: Making a chart – Interacción oral: Creating a graphic organizer

México Tradiciones familiares

Situación: Encuentra a la persona de tus sueños Vocabulario

Victoria y (b) ............... ...............

Pedro ............... y (c) ...............

Marcos y ................. Andrea .................

(e) ......

(d) ......

Pistas: Juan y María tienen tres hijos, Victoria, Pedro y Laura. Los hijos de Aníbal se llaman Marcos y Andrea. Matilde es prima de Marcos y Andrea. Marcos y Andrea tienen dos tías, Amalia y Laura. Modelo: E1: ¿Quién es la esposa de Juan? E2: Es… 3.3

Take turns asking your partner about the members of his/her family. Modelo: E1: ¿Tienes hermanos? E1: ¿Cómo se llama? E2: Sí, tengo un hermano. E2: Mi hermano se llama Jeff.

3.4

Sketch out a family tree similar to the one in Activity 3.2, leaving the names blank. Then in groups of three, share more information about your extended family including aunts and uncles, cousins, etc. As you talk about your family, the members in your group will create your family tree.

3.5

Give a definition in Spanish describing family relationships. Your partners will identify the relative you are referring to.

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La madre de mi madre…

A vibrant image provides a visual introduction to the unit theme. Each unit theme focuses on everyday language and tangible, useful communicative situations, and learning outcomes are clearly stated at the beginning of each unit.

Es la abuela.

To ask about someone’s family: - ¿Tienes hermanos (abuelos, tíos…)? - ¿Cuántos hermanos (abuelos, tíos…) tienes?

¡Sí!

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ENTORNOS

ISBN

PRICE

Student Book plus ebook, ELEteca and Online Workbook

9781108612944

$135.60

Annotated Instructor’s Edition plus ELEteca and Digital Master Guide

9781107469358

$138.00

DVD

9781107469389

$31.00

Split Editions Entornos + ELEteca + Online Workbook

Entornos + ELEteca + Online Workbook 5

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Look at the family tree of another Mexican family. Complete the tree with the names of the missing family members using the clues provided. Then check your answers with a partner.

Part A

Part B

9781108612968

9781108612975

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

9781108612999

9781108613033

9781108613040

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$70.00

$48.00


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UNA TRADICIÓN DORADA

«C

Dulces típicos del Día de Muertos

LOS ANTEPASADOS*, PRESENTES

uando mi hermana se casó*, su novio le entregó las arras», dice Ric Segundo, un estudiante de la Universidad Autónoma de México. «Fue un momento especial, porque son un símbolo de la confianza entre los novios». Las arras son 13 monedas de oro* que suelen pasar de generación en generación dentro de una familia. Esta tradición es muy antigua: ya existía en la antigua Roma y hoy está presente en las bodas católicas mexicanas. Las 13 monedas representan la abundancia en los 12 meses del año, más un mes en el que la riqueza* es compartida con los pobres.

En México, la familia no solo está formada por Las arras son una quienes están presentes. Los antepasados, tradición en las bodas. los familiares que han muerto, también tienen su lugar en la casa y las prácticas domésticas. El Día de Muertos se celebra el 31 de octubre, y 1 y 2 de noviembre, y es una ocasión para recordar y rendir homenaje* a los seres queridos* que ya no están. Normalmente, las familias preparan un altar en casa con los objetos y los platos favoritos del difunto*. También es habitual visitar el cementerio y llevar flores a las tumbas. GLOSARIO Otro aspecto de esta celebración son los dulces especiales que se comen, como un pan llamado «pan de muerto» y las el antepasado – ancestor calaveras* de azúcar.

¿Piensas que la familia es lo más importante? ¿Qué otras cosas son importantes para ti?

b

Según los mexicanos, la familia es la base para tener éxito. ¿Y para ti?

c

Mucha gente piensa que el Día de la Madre es una fiesta demasiado comercial. ¿Estás de acuerdo? ¿Por qué?

d

¿Qué fiesta similar al Día de Muertos hay en EE. UU.? ¿Cuál es su origen?

compartir – to share el difunto – deceased el homenaje – tribute

la riqueza – wealth se casó – (she) got married los seres queridos – loved ones tan es así – so much so tener éxito – to be successful los valores – values los vecinos – neighbors los villancicos – Christmas carols

Fuentes: Consejo de la Comunicación del gobierno mexicano, Diario de Yucatán, Televisa.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Ask and say what people are like

el nacimiento – birth

ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS

Situación Encuentra a la persona de tus sueños You just registered on Match.com and want to find the person of your dreams.

¿Qué tradición curiosa se celebra en las bodas norteamericanas?

las monedas de oro – gold coins

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EN RESUMEN ¿QUÉ HAS APRENDIDO?

Describe physical characteristics and personality traits

la calavera – skull

¿Cómo se recuerda en EE. UU. a los seres queridos que ya no están? ¿Te resulta interesante la tradición del Día de Muertos? ¿Por qué?

◄ Adapted  and authentic resources help students develop their perceptions of the world by raising awareness of different cultures and the interconnectedness of language and culture.

Mi fiesta favorita

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Built-in self-assessment allows students to develop meta-cognitive strategies for monitoring and evaluation to help them plan, organize, and evaluate target language performance. ►

ACTION 3.1

Write a brief description of yourself including your physical characteristics and your personality traits. Mi nombre es... Soy...

3.2

From all the people that have responded, one caught your attention. Call your best friend and describe this person to her/him.

3.3

Your special person wrote back and asked you about your family and your interests. This person wants to know more about you before you two meet in person. Write to this person and explain what are your favorite things to do, and what is your family is like.

Describe family members, express possession and talk about everyday activities

Adjuntar archivos

Adjuntar fotos

Enviar

Responder

Escribe un comentario:

3.4 Talk about clothes and talk about everyday activities

Your special person and you are going to meet tonight for the first time. Call your best friend and ask her/him for advice about what to wear, what to talk about, etc. Your partner will ask you questions about what you know of him/her so far. Use the following questions as a guide: ¿Cómo es? ¿De dónde es? ¿Cuántos años tiene? ¿Estudia o trabaja? ¿Qué llevo? ¿Por qué? ¿De qué hablo? Modelo: E1: Tengo una cita con... y estoy nervioso/a.

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FLEXIBLE SOLUTIONS FOR YOUR PROGRAM’S NEEDS

In today’s classroom, flexibility is a must. To meet these needs, we’ve organized the content of Entornos into 18 units to help coordinators and instructors incorporate the program into their academic calendar. The variety of formats also ensures these materials are affordable for your students.

Technology resources in ELEteca enhance students’ learning throughrich video content and innovative gamification, making learning more active and engaging. These videos feature a wide range of language varieties and dialects while targeting the grammar and vocabulary in an engaging context. ¡En Vivo! A video series aligned to every unit that model language Voces Latinas Cultural video segments expand on cultural sections Videoclases Introduce new grammar concepts and reinforce difficult skills Casa del Español Authentic street interviews target grammar and vocabulary

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DESTELLOS

MATICES

Curso intermedio de lengua española Intermediate Mid to Advanced High

Curso Intermedio Breve Intermediate Mid to Advanced Low

Destellos and Matices are thought provoking intermediate-level Spanish courses for students who are continuing their Spanish language education. In addition to language instruction, each course takes a deeper look at Spanish speaking cultures, helping students build cultural awareness while learning authentic, modern communication skills. These student-centered courses give learners the opportunity to use language effectively to complete realworld tasks in a variety of socio-cultural contexts – raising their awareness and understanding of Hispanic issues and how they fit into the larger global story.

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DESTELLOS

ISBN

PRICE

MATICES

ISBN

PRICE

Student Book plus ebook, ELEteca and Online Workbook

9781316504260

$159.00

Student Book plus ebook, ELEteca and Online Workbook

9781316503829

$119.00

Annotated Instructor’s Edition + ELEteca

9781316504277

$147.20

Annotated Instructor’s Edition + ELEteca

9781316503836

$110.00

DVD

9781316504192

$40.00

DVD

9781316503843

$31.00

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The unit theme, vocabulary, and grammar in a cultural context combine to help students make connections to their own culture and experiences as they practice reading, writing, listening, and speaking. This section also develops critical thinking skills.

Scaffolded activities using short clips from feature films produced in Argentina, Spain, and other Hispanic countries ask students to anticipate content and predict outcomes. Students are encouraged to use multiple skills to assess meaning through interpretation, rather than focusing solely on language.

Vocabulary and communicative functions are grouped together to form a cohesive unit of instruction. Vocabulary, presented in context, is sequenced through a series of activities that build from one to the next. Working through these activities with a partner or in small groups encourages students to approach learning as a community.

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NOS CONOCEMOS

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Completa la biografía de estos dos artistas hispanos.

GUÍA DE OCIO

ESCULTURA: FERNANDO BOTERO El 19 de abril de 1932 [1] .......... (nacer) en Medellín, capital del Departamento de Antioquía, Colombia. [2] .......... (Cursar) estudios primarios en el Colegio Bolivariano. En 1948 dos de sus acuarelas [3] .......... (incluirse) en una muestra colectiva en el Instituto de Bellas Artes de Medellín. [4] .......... (Financiar) sus estudios en el Liceo San José y la Normal de Marinilla con los dibujos que [5] .......... ( realizar) para el suplemento dominical de El Colombiano. En 1956 [6] .......... (tener) su primera exposición individual en la Galería Leo Matiz. Entre 1953 y 1954 [7] .......... (viajar) a París e Italia. Al año siguiente [8] .......... (contraer) matrimonio con Gloria de Artei. En 1956 [9] .......... (establecer) su residencia en México, en donde [10] .......... (interesarse) por el arte precolombino y el trabajo de los surrealistas mexicanos. En 1957 [11] .......... (viajar) por primera vez a Estados Unidos. Desde entonces se ha ganado el reconocimiento internacional.

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NOS CONOCEMOS

CINE

FAMOSOS HISPANOS

Guillermo del Toro nació el 9 de octubre de 1964 en Guadalajara, Jalisco (México). Llevó a cabo sus primeros trabajos de cine cuando estudiaba en Secundaria. Pasó diez años trabajando

>> Jinete, Museo de Israel, Jerusalén.

La mayoría de periodistas especializados en ficción aplauden el estilo de Guillermo del Toro.

PINTURA: PICASSO [1] .......... (Nacer) en Málaga (España) en 1881. En 1895 [2] .......... (trasladarse) a Barcelona donde [3] .......... (ingresar) en la Facultad de Bellas Artes. Cinco años más tarde [4] .......... (ir) por primera vez a París, donde [5] .......... (organizar) una exposición. Nueve años después [6] .......... (volver) a vivir en París, donde [7] .......... (conocer) a Matisse. Al cabo de tres años, [8] .......... (pintar) las señoritas de Avignon. Cuando en 1936 [9] .......... (empezar) la guerra civil española, [10] .......... (volver) de nuevo a París, donde [11] .......... (pintar) El Guernica. [12] .......... (Casarse) varias veces y [13] .......... (tener) tres hijos. En 1955 [14] .......... (instalarse) en Cannes y, a los dos años, [15] .......... (pintar) Las Meninas, inspirándose en el cuadro de Velázquez. En 1973 [16] .......... (morir) en su casa de Notre Dame de Vie (Francia).

MIGUEL DE CERVANTES [7]

1.2

Observa las fotografías y responde verdadero (V) o falso (F). V

F

a La escultura de la foto está en

Barcelona y representa a varios escritores españoles. .................. b En la escultura se representa a

Cervantes y a los personajes de su obra más famosa. ................... c Cervantes fue famoso por sus

novelas desde los veinte años. ..... d Solo escribió novelas. ................. e El Quijote está considerada

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“En México y Latinoamérica tenemos una de las imaginaciones más ricas, por eso siempre he creído que debemos estar siempre en el banquete fílmico mundial”.

MÚSICA Silvio Rodríguez

“Las canciones de este artista presentan mucho contenido social y político”.

Escucha los textos completos.

Escribe su biografía.

cubano Silvio Rodríguez es un músico to musical llamado representante de un movimien o estético nacido fenómen “Nueva Trova Cubana”, los años 60. en la segunda mitad de

» 29 de noviembre 1946: Nace en San Antonio de los Baños, La Habana (Cuba). » 1958: Conoce la obra de José Martí, poeta de la independencia cubana. » 1962: Comienza los estudios de piano. » Marzo de 1964: Ingresa en el servicio militar

obligatorio de las Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias. » Diciembre de 1964: Compra una guitarra y aprende a tocarla con Esteban Baños. » 1963-1965: Compone sus primeras canciones. » 1967: Debuta en el programa de televisión “Música y estrellas”. Da su primer recital. » 1975: Primer disco solo: Días y flores. » Destacan, entre otros trabajos: Rabo de nube (1980) Tríptico (1984) Silvio (2002) Expedición (2002) » 2007: Recibe un doctorado honoris causa de la Universidad Mayor de San Marcos en Perú.

>> El Guernica, Museo del Prado, Madrid.

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra nació en Alcalá de Henares (Madrid) en 1547. Durante cinco años fue soldado y sirvió a Felipe II en Italia. Perdió el movimiento de su mano izquierda en la batalla de Lepanto. A continuación, estuvo preso en Argel; después de cinco años, fue rescatado de la prisión y regresó a España, donde fue recaudador de impuestos. Se trasladó a Valladolid pero volvió a vivir en Madrid, dedicándose finalmente a la literatura. Produjo numerosas obras de teatro, poesía y novela, pero la más importante fue El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha. Creó a su personaje más famoso en 1605, Don Quijote, un viejo hidalgo que leyó demasiados libros y se volvió loco. Por este motivo, sintió la necesidad de salir, como caballero andante, por los campos de La Mancha en busca de aventuras. Con él se creó el concepto de novela moderna. Cervantes murió el 23 de abril de 1616, fecha en la que, tradicionalmente, se celebra el Día del Libro. En la actualidad hay un conjunto escultórico en Madrid dedicado a él y a los protagonistas de su gran obra: don Quijote y Sancho Panza.

¿SABEN QUIÉN ES? 1.1

Lean esta breve biografía y comprueben sus respuestas.

Busca en Internet el argumento de estas películas y cuéntasela a tus compañeros.

en diseño de maquillaje, y después formó su propia compañía llamada Necropia. Fue el productor ejecutivo de su primera película a los 21 años. Cofundó el Festival de Cine de Guadalajara y creó la compañía de producción Tequila Gang. En 1998 decidió irse a vivir al extranjero. Su primera película se llamaba Cronos. En 2006 filmó su sexta película, El laberinto del Fauno, con la que ganó 8 premios Ariel y 7 Premios Goya, además de recibir tres Premios Oscar.

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DESTELLOS | Unidad 1

This cultural section goes beyond a simple cultural snapshot, inviting students to delve deeper into Hispanic perspectives with information and activities designed to encourage learners to expand on the cultural content of the text. The entertainment guide reviews popular personalities, and activities from around the Spanish-speaking world.

DESTELLOS | Unidad 1

LITERATURA PARA LA VIDA

EN RESUMEN ¿QU E HE APREN DIDO? Habla con tu compañero/a comenzando de esta forma.

Reacciona ante estas situaciones. 1 Estás en el metro y te golpean en el

1 Recuerdo un día en el que…

hombro. No te dicen “lo siento”.

2 ¿Una anécdota divertida? Estaba…

2 Conoces a una persona de un día y te

invita a su fiesta de cumpleaños.

3 Mi primer contacto con el español fue…

3 Después de terminar de cenar en un

4 Cuando llegué a la clase…

restaurante, tus amigos no dejan propina.

Completa la siguiente anécdota.

Completa usando un conector.

¿Sabes qué me pasó…? No,… Pues resulta que… Total que… ¡Ah! ¡Nunca había oído nada parecido!

1 Llamaron a la puerta… ........................... 2 Fuimos al cine… .................................... 3 Regresé a mi casa… ................................

Explica a tu compañero/a las siguientes palabras.

Reflexiona y responde a estas preguntas. 1 ¿Qué ha sido lo más difícil de aprender en

payaso caerse insólito mascota luna de miel paracaídas

esta unidad? ¿Y lo más fácil? ................... ............................................................

¿Cómo se llama esta escritora?

2 ¿Qué crees que es lo más importante? ¿Por

¿Qué sabes de ella?

Completa las frases con el pluscuamperfecto.

¿Conoces alguno de estos libros?

1 Nunca… ............................................... 2 Cuando llegué a casa,… .........................

¿De qué crees que tratan?

3 Por la mañana le pedí… y por la tarde ya…

¿Has leído algo de ella?

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The literature lesson introduces students to well-known authors, their historical context, and their work. The lesson culminates with a literary sample. All literary pieces are recorded to aid in student comprehension and to add a rich dimension to the readings. Students are then guided to create a work based on either the content or structure of what they’ve read.

qué? ..................................................... ............................................................ 3 ¿Qué epígrafe te parece más interesante?

............................................................ ............................................................

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Students demonstrate what they have learned in the unit through their own examples or explanations, and a checklist allows for a review of the learning outcomes from the beginning of the unit.

AHORA SOY CAPAZ DE… SÍ

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NO

1 Contar una anécdota en pasado. ....................................................................

.........

2 Reaccionar ante una anécdota. ......................................................................

.........

3 Contar experiencias insólitas. .......................................................................

.........

4 Pronunciar algunas palabras acentuadas correctamente. ..................................

.........

DESTELLOS | Unidad 1

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ARTICULATION OF PROGRAMS ENTORNOS

Part 3

PRIMER CURSO DE LENGUA ESPAÑOLA

ENTORNOS ENTORNOS

ENTORNOS ENTORNOS

Part 1

Part A

PRIMER CURSO DE LENGUA ESPAÑOLA Part B

Part 2

Entornos, an introductory course, helps students develop the language skills they need to communicate confidently and effectively in Spanish. By connecting essential lexical strategies with functional, real-world topics, learners seamlessly develop both language and academic skills.

PRIMER CURSO DE LENGUA ESPAÑOLA

Through engaging and relevant themes, multi-cultural coverage, exciting new videos, and studentcentered technology Entornos brings both Spanish language and culture to life.

PRIMER CURSO DE LENGUA ESPAÑOLA

PRIMER CURSO DE LENGUA ESPAÑOLA

Entornos supports communicative, empowered learning through

• An inductive learning journey of discovery and inference that keeps students actively involved and deepens their understanding of language

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HOW THESE PROGRAMS WORK TOGETHER Our split and three-part editions, are perfect for students studying in a varity of program configurations. The flexible structure of our courses makes it easy to incorporate Entornos, Destellos, and Matices into any academic calendar. For programs running semesters, the following chart provides suggestions on how our programs work together.

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 3

Semester 4

Semester 5

Semester 6

Entornos Units 1-9

Entornos Units 10-18

Destellos Units 1-6

Destellos Units 7-12

Suggested Purchase Full Entornos Student or Splits A & B and Destellos

Entornos Units 1-6

Entornos Units 7-12

Entornos Units 13-18

Matices

Suggested Purchase Full Entornos Student Book or Splits Parts 1, 2, and 3 and Matices

Entornos Units 1-6

Entornos Units 7-12

Entornos Units 13-18

Destellos Units 1-6

Destellos Units 7-12

Suggested Purchase Full Entornos Student Book or Splits Parts 1, 2, and 3 and Destellos

Entornos Units 0-4

Entornos Units 5-9

Entornos Units 10-14

Entornos Units 15-18

Matices

Suggested Purchase Full Entornos Student or Splits A & B and Matices

Entornos Units 0-4

Entornos Units 5-9

Entornos Units 10-14

Entornos Units 15-18

Destellos Units 1-6

Destellos Units 7-12

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DEVELOP DIGITAL FLUENCY WITH ELETECA It’s more important than ever for students to develop digital fluency. ELEteca is the learning management system for all Cambridge Spanish programs. These digital resources allow students to engage with Spanish in the same multifaceted manner they engage with the world outside the classroom.

In ELEteca, students: • Enhance their learning in each unit through online practice in a variety of different activity types • See their grades and monitor their own progress • Receive assignments, messages, and notifications from teachers • Play La Pasantía, an interactive game for a creative learning experience • Access the accompanying audio and video for every unit

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ONLINE COURSE

Curso online de español

A1.1 Student online course

Curso online de español

A2.1

A1.2 Low Novice

Student online course

Curso online de español

Novice

Student online course

Curso online de español

B1.1

A2.2 Low Beginner

Student online course

Curso online de español

Beginner

Student online course

HABLAMOS

Level: Novice High to Advanced Low

Hablamos is a flexible solution structured across six levels, each with 20 lessons that are aligned to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) and the Curriculum Plan of the Cervantes Institute (PCIC). This new Spanish course supports online or distance (e-learning) Spanish courses. Hablamos gives students easy access to their course materials before class, at home, even on their way work–anytime and anywhere. • Short video clips present the language in context, with vocabulary and grammar presentation at the start of each lesson. Each clip features a variety of native and non-native speakers to help the learning process. • Audio-only recordings of the Hablamos videos test comprehension to review previously learned language, and introduce new language functions–students focus on how each word sounds, giving them an in-depth audible feel for the language. • Tutorials ensure that students understand and internalize the language by diving deeper into the grammar, vocabulary, and principal communication strategies of the lesson. •Interactive activities allow students to practice and combine the skills they have learned so that they not only learn the language, but use it. • Offline access to downloadable grammar and vocabulary content and expansion activities ensures students have access to their materials any time, any place. • Classroom management tools help monitor press, personalize instruction, and integrate teacher–created activities.

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HABLAMOS

ISBN

PRICE

Low Novice /A1.1, Online Access

9788498489675

$32.00

Novice /A1.2, Online Access

9788498489682

$32.00

Low Beginner /A2.1, Online Access

9788498489699

$32.00

Beginner /A2.2, Online Access

9788498489705

$32.00

Low Intermediate/B1.1, Online Access

9788498489712

$32.00

Intermediate /B1.2, Online Access

9788498489729

$32.00

Teacher Resources (for all levels)

9788498489774

$96.00

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Curso online de español

B1.2 Low IntermedIate

Student online course

IntermedIate


CINE

TEACHER RESOURCE

ESPAÑOL CON PELÍCULAS Level: B1 – C2

This series focuses on Spanish and Hispanic American films as a vehicle for students to learn and practice Spanish while discovering new cultural aspects.

ESPAÑOL CON PELÍCULAS, BOOK + DVD

ISBN

PRICE

Samy y yo

9788498480948

$50.00

Each title includes: • An authentic Spanish or Latin American film with Spanish subtitles • A student viewing guide that includes helpful tips and background information about the film • A teaching guide with more than 70 pages of classroom activities

El viaje a ninguna parte

9788498482379

$50.00

La plaza del diamante

9788498482393

$50.00

Flores de otro mundo

9788498480931

$50.00

En Ninguna Parte

9788498480955

$50.00

TABLAS

VAMOS AL CINE

Level: B2 – C2

Level: B1 – C2

Help advanced level students improve their Spanish communication skills while planning and staging six unique plays, each with a different style of theatrical production. Scripts and detailed suggestions for staging allow students to improve their writing skills while working with engaging and practical material. TABLAS

ISBN

PRICE

Tablas

9788498480405

$52.40

Explore 12 popular films that represent the cultural breadth and diversity of the Spanish-speaking world from across Latin America and Spain. In this series, students take an in-depth look at the films, and explore the culturally rich world of cinema while encouraging the development of strong oral communication skills. Vamos al Cine: • Familiarizes students with different regional varieties of Spanish • Incorporates an essential vocabulary & common expression guide •Presents themes that elicit debate and discussion between upper-level students VAMOS AL CINE

ISBN

PRICE

Vamos al cine

9788498485141

$52.40

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CONVERSACION Y CULTURA TEACHER RESOURCE TEACHER RESOURCE

TEACHER RESOURCE

ESPAÑA, AYER Y HOY Level: B1 – C1

This upper-level text introduces students to the customs and history of Spain and compliments and any cultural course. España, Ayer y Hoy includes: • A wide variety of readings, cultural activities, and questions about the history, literature, art, and traditions of Spain • Activities and games that bring Spanish culture to life in the classroom, helping students understand the language ESPAÑA, AYER Y HOY

ISBN

PRICE

España, ayer y hoy + CD-ROM 9788498484137 $35.00

EL LIBRO DE LOS DÍAS

HOY HABLAMOS DE...

This upper-level text introduces students to the historical and cultural touchstones that have helped shape the Hispanic world. It is perfect for courses focusing on conversational skills and current events and features:

Designed for advanced learners, this series uses relevant themes and interactive teaching strategies to help students express themselves naturally and effortlessly in Spanish. Includes teacher access to ELEteca for additional digital content and teaching suggestions.

Level: A2 – B1

• Advanced activities that develop linguistic skills, with an emphasis on reading and writing • A progression of activities that includes current and historical events and cultural information, all related to the Hispanic world EL LIBRO DE LOS DÍAS ISBN El Libro de los Días

PRICE

9788495986719 $116.00

Level: A1 – B1

The two-part series includes: • Cooperative activities and discussions that engage students and encourage them to develop critical thinking skills in Spanish • Interactive activities that encourage students to develop confidence and competency with their communicative skills HOY HABLAMOS DE... ISBN

PRICE

Level 1 + ELEteca Access Level 2 + ELEteca Access

$48.95 $48.95

9788498484052 9788498484076

AN ONLINE SPANISH PROGRAM SEE PAGE 11 FOR MORE INFORMATION

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GRAMÁTICA

COLECCIÓN PASO A PASO Level: A1 - C1

The topics in this series are presented intuitively and in manageable pieces, making it appropriate for both classroom use or as a reference for students who want to focus on grammar outside of class. The language skills are arranged by level of difficulty to help focus on the grammar points that are most challenging.

GRAMÁTICA ESPAÑOLA BASICA

COLECCIÓN PASO A PASO

ISBN

PRICE

¿Ser o estar? El subjuntivo 1 El subjuntivo 2 Las preposiciones

9788489756045 9788489756663 9788489756465 9788498481297

$17.80 $17.80 $17.80 $17.80

UNIVERSO GRAMATICAL

Level: A1 – B2

Level: A1 - B1

This grammar guide provides hands-on practice for beginning Spanish students who learn best through examples and activities. Sixteen units focus on practical grammar functions and additional activities reinforce the lessons. Gramática Española Basica includes an appendix of irregular and regular verb conjugations, as well as an answer key. GRAMÁTICA ESPAÑOLA BÁSICA

ISBN

PRICE

Gramática española básica + ELEteca Access

9788498480863

$29.00

This two-part basic grammar reference is an invaluable resource for Spanish students at any level. Basic grammar presentations, beginning with the letters of the alphabet and ending with advanced grammar and conversation, present language skills in an easily understandable format. A French adaptation features French direction lines and focuses on common errors French speakers make most often. Both texts feature: • Extensive activities that reinforce each grammar concept • An expanded selection of activities and audio files available on ELEteca • An international edition addressing the needs of all language learners UNIVERSO GRAMATICAL

ISBN

PRICE

Universo Gramatical Versión francesa + ELEteca Access Universo Gramatical Versión internacional + ELEteca Access

9788498484144 9788498484410

$23.40 $23.40

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LECTURAS

APRENDE ESPAÑOL CON...

ISBN

PRICE

Robin Hood + CD

9788498485431

$12.00

Gol II + CD

9788498481303

$12.00

Monster House + CD

9788498481327

$12.00

Billy Elliot + CD

9788498485424

$12.00

Los Colores de la Montana + CD

9788498486278

$12.00

Un Cuento Chino + CD

9788498486285

$12.00

La Máscara del Zorro + CD

9788498481952

$12.00

La Niña de tus Ojos + CD

9788498483796

$12.00

Los Fantasmas de Goya + CD

9788498482003

$12.00

Soldades de Salamina + CD

9788498483802

$12.00

Tocando el Vacío + CD

9788498481334

$12.00

Level 1

APRENDE ESPAÑOL CON… Level: A1 - B1

This flexible, engaging series for features 11 stories based on modern films and television series. The books are appropriate for extensive reading or for classroom use with the source film. • Provides opportunities for cross-disciplinary study • Includes background information about the history of each film, as well as a behind-the-scenes look • Contains audio recording of the text & comprehension activities

Level 2

Level 3

ESPAÑOL CON GUIONES Level: A2 – C1

This series takes a unique approach to learning. The five readers, based on original film scripts, engage intermediate learners with the Spanish language in a modern and accessible context. Each reader features: • An original story, told using the dialogue and action of a film script, emphasizing the unique culture and customs of one area of the Spanish-speaking world • Before, during, and after activities that test student comprehension and ensure full engagement with the text

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ESPAÑOL CON GUIONES

ISBN

PRICE

Mujer Salvaje

9788498480504

$12.00

Una Condesa muy Traviesa

9788498480481

$12.00

Cazatesoros

9788498480511

$12.00

Las Fallas de Valencia: Mucho más que un sueño

9788498480498

$12.00

Carpeta de Recursos para el Profesor + CD and CD-ROM

9788498480528

$29.00

To place an order, call 800-872-7423, or email worldlanguagesonline@cambridge.org


LECTURAS

LECTURAS DE ENIGMA Y MISTERIO Level: A1 - B1

With a wide range of mystery genres (detective stories, historical mysteries, supernatural thrillers), this eight-part series offers engaging, fast-paced mystery stories for intermediate learners.

LECTURAS DE ENIGMA Y MISTERIO

ISBN

PRICE

El monstruo del lago Ness + CD (A1/A2)

9788498484366

$12.00

El comienzo del fin del mundo + CD (A2/B1)

9788498481174

$12.00

Los fantasmas del palacio de Linares + CD (A2/B1)

9788498482324

$12.00

The series features: • Before, during, and after activities, with answer keys • Distinctive illustrations and audio recordings, so that students can practice and strengthen listening skills, while bringing the reading to life • A strong emphasis on the history and culture of the Spanish ­speaking world

Gaudí inacabado + CD (A2/B1)

9788498482300

$12.00

Los libros perdidos + CD (A2/B1)

9788498484342

$12.00

Muérdeme + CD (A2/B1)

9788498483758

$12.00

El secreto de los moáis + CD (A2/B1)

9788498482348

$12.00

LECTURAS DE HISPANOAMERICA

ISBN

PRICE

Presente perpetuo (A1)

9788498480368

$12.00

Con amor y con palabras (México) + CD (A2)

9788495986962

$12.00

Regreso a las raíces (Colombia) + CD (A2)

9788495986948

$12.00

El camino de la vida (Colombia) + CD (B1)

9788498481006

$12.00

Volver (Argentina) + CD (B2)

9788498481402

$12.00

Presente perpetuo

Gerardo Beltrán

LECTURAS DE HISPANOAMERICA Proficiency Levels: A1 – B1

This six-reader series presents the different sociolinguistic nuances of Spanish-speaking countries. The narratives are designed specifically for the student of Spanish as a second language, and pays special attention to their specific needs at the various stages of learning. • Targeted questions before, during, and after each reading • Incorporates notes in the margin

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LECTURAS

LECTURAS GRADUADAS DE ESPAÑOL Level: A1 – A2

Our most expansive Spanish reading series, Lecturas Graduadas de Español focuses on a wide variety of Spanish language dialects, introducing learners to the unique language features of various countries and regions. Each reader features: • Introduces interesting regional vocabulary, and offers insight into the significance of specific cultures • Includes before, during, and after activities that focus on grammar, vocabulary, and comprehension • Offers writing and speaking prompts, to ensure that students can comprehend and communicate effectively

LECTURAS GRADUADAS DE ESPAÑOL

ISBN

PRICE

Amnesia (A1)

9788489756724

$12.00

El ascensor (A2)

9788489756243

$12.00

El paraguas blanco (A2)

9788498481266

$12.00

Paisaje de otoño (A2)

9788489756748

$12.00

La biblioteca

9788489756236

$12.00

Muerte entre muñecos (B1)

9788489756700

$12.00

Las aventuras de Tron (B2)

9788495986870

$12.00

Aimed at earners who want to learn Spanish in a fun and enjoyable way, Relatos provides stories with a variety of diverse themes, written by renowned Spanish-language authors. This engaging two-part series features ten short stories per level that progress from beginning to intermediate levels and includes: • Before, during, and after activities to test student comprehension and ensure their full engagement with the text • Lexical Notes for the student to help expand their vocabulary

RELATOS Level: A1 – C1

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RELATOS

ISBN

PRICE

Relatos 1

9788498483291

$17.00

Relatos 2

9788498485295

$17.00

To place an order, call 800-872-7423, or email worldlanguagesonline@cambridge.org


LITERATURA Y ESCRITURA

ESPAÑOL COLLOQUIAL

LITERATURA PARA LA VIDA

Level: B2

Level: C1-C2

With a focus on the Spanish idioms and phrases that make up everyday communication, this book includes questions and answers, ironic expressions, forms of acceptance and rejection, exaggerations and hyperbole, and more. ESPAÑOL COLLOQUIAL

ISBN

PRICE

Español coloquial

9788498485325

$17.00

This theme-based literature collection introduces students to significant literary works from key Latin American and Spanish authors. Each theme explores various aspects of popular literary movements. The collection includes: • Assorted themes such as: the wasteland, initiation, reputation, love and hate, work and leisure, party and play, and the mystical experience • Background on each reading LITERATURA PARA LA VIDA

ISBN

PRICE

Literatura para la vida

9788489756366

$17.00

CURSO DE LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA MODERNA

TALLER DE ESCRITURA

Level: B1-B2

Level: A2-B2

This anthology focuses on Latin American and Spanish literature from the nineteenth century through the present day. Through a series of 11 chapters, each one focused on the significant eras in Spanish-language writing, Curso de Literatura Española Moderna improves Spanish communication and develops their critical and creative thinking skills. The anthology includes: •A  broad selection of texts, selected on the basis of their literary significance and their relevance to a modern Spanish student • Activities that focus on reflection, comprehension and creativity • Excerpts with interesting cultural, historical, and literary background information CURSO DE LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA MODERNA ISBN

PRICE

Curso de Literatura española moderna + CD

$75.00

9788498483819

This activity manual encourages students to explore the creative, playful, and expressive side of the Spanish language. With over 40 activities that help students become better, more creative writers, this two-part series includes also includes a Teacher’s Guide that provides suggestions for classroom implementation. TALLER DE ESCRITURA

ISBN

PRICE

Cuaderno de actividades

9788489756793

$17.80

Guía didáctica

9788489756809

$55.00

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FINES ESPECIFICOS This six-volume series is a unique learning tool for students preparing to use Spanish in their professional lives. These advanced books help bridge the gap to professional fluency and are perfect for any healthcare, tourism, or business professional with an upper-intermediate knowledge of Spanish. The series features: • Subject-specific vocabulary lists, including relevant phrases and colloquialisms • Practical activities – Such as planning a simulated healthcare campaign, speaking during a negotiation, organizing an itinerary for an international tourist – that encourage students to practice skills in context

COLECCION TEMAS DE… Level: B2

TEMAS DE…

ISBN

PRICE

TEMAS DE…

ISBN

PRICE

Temas de empresa Temas de salud Temas de turismo

9788495986696 9788498480337 9788495986993

$23.40 $23.40 $23.40

Temas de empresa Answer Key Temas de salud Answer Key Temas de turismo Answer Key

9788495986764 9788498480344 9788495986986

$17.80 $17.80 $17.80

EN EQUIPO

ESPAÑOL PARA COMERCIO MUNDIAL DEL SIGLO XXI

Level: A1 – B2

This three-level, nine-part series focuses on realistic scenarios that encourage the understanding and development of realworld linguistic skills for business professionals. En Equipo starts at a lower level and progresses to an advanced level, helping prepare students to actively use Spanish in their professional lives. With a communicative curriculum, based on a task-based learning approach, students are engaged and encouraged to develop speaking skills through a series of activities.

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EN EQUIPO

ISBN

PRICE

Libro de Ejercicios + CD Level 1 Libro de Ejercicios + CD Level 2 Libro de Ejercicios + CD Level 3 Libro del Alumno Level 1 Libro del Alumno Level 2 Libro del Alumno Level 3

9788489756717 9788495986252 9788498480313 9788489756595 9788495986214 9788498480306

$17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $22.60 $22.60 $22.60

Libro del Profesor Level 1

9788495986467

$17.00

Libro del Profesor Level 2 Libro del Profesor Level 3

9788495986689 9788498480320

$17.00 $17.00

Level: B2 – C1

An advanced text that provides essential terms and expressions in the business world with a specific thematic focus on international trade. Practice activities are based on real business cases to help students understand the terminology in context, and an easy-to-use glossary includes definitions of terms and their equivalent in English. ESPAÑOL PARA COMERCIO MUNDIAL DEL SIGLO XXI

PRICE

Español para comercio mundial del siglo XXI

$23.40

To place an order, call 800-872-7423, or email worldlanguagesonline@cambridge.org

9788498486346


VOCABULARIO

¡A TODA PAGINA!

EL BLOC

Level: A1 – A2

Level: A1 – A2

A toda pagina! is a perfect supplement to help students develop their creative thinking and communicative skills in Spanish. • Content is organized in the form of a newspaper, and each section serves as a springboard for a series of practical tasks • The task-based learning approach has proven to be both effective and engaging for learning A TODA PAGINA!

ISBN

PRICE

A toda pagina!

9788489756649

$23.40

These picture dictionaries use vibrant illustrations and an easy-to-use glossary of terms to help teach high-interest and content-area vocabulary. With El BLOC students: • Work with words that are grouped into thematic units • Improve retention through independent and group study activities, focused on each theme • Interact with the contents of EL BLOC II on the included CD-ROM EL BLOC

ISBN

PRICE

El Bloc: Español en imágenes

9788495986801

$14.00

El Bloc 2: Español en imágenes + CD

9788498483987

$14.00

TEACHER RESOURCE

LÁMINAS Level: A1 - B2

ESPAÑOL ESENCIAL Level: A1 – A2

The goal of this series is to assist students in acquiring more natural sounding Spanish in a fun and interactive way. Español Esencial is a two-part series that focuses on functional language and presents common grammar, vocabulary, and idioms in an illustrated format. • Lo basico focuses on the building-blocks – simple vocabulary, common grammar structures, and frequently-used verbs • Lo dicho takes a light-hearted approach to language learning, focusing on quirky phrases and idioms of the Spanish language ESPAÑOL ESENCIAL

ISBN

PRICE

Lo básico Lo dicho

9788498482089 9788498481990

$17.80 $17.80

Decorate your classroom with this collection of activities and posters with vibrant illustrations. Láminas provides a visual introduction to key vocabulary and terms of various Hispanic regions in an accessible way. The collection includes Interactive Whiteboard CD-ROM that contains interactive digital versions of all the printed material plus a Teacher Support Manual with tips for integrating each activity or presentation into classroom instruction. LÁMINAS

ISBN

PRICE

Láminas

9788498483635

$58.00

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