Alianzas

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Cengage Learning, Jan 1, 2011 - Fiction - 320 pages
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ALIANZAS is a one-semester intermediate Spanish program that focuses on communication and the consolidation of the skills acquired at the introductory level. The review and recycling built into this one-semester intermediate volume provides a solid follow-up for students who have completed either an introductory program or have been placed at the intermediate level. Learning strategies and outcomes equip students with the skills necessary to investigate real-world options for international education, professional, volunteer, and internship opportunities; take advantage of true cultural exploration through their own perspectives; and examine and discuss in-depth key themes that are relevant for today's students: life online, global education and citizenship, multiculturalism, environmental awareness, and local community involvement.
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Contents

Mi yo digital
42
El ciudadano global
92
El futuro del planeta
134
La sociedad en transición
182
Elmundo sin fronteras
226
Answer Keys
272
Rubrics
273
Spanish Verbs
274
Spanish English Glossary
288
English Spanish Glossary
297
Index
306
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Sheri Spaine Long (Ph.D. UCLA) is Editor of Hispania - A journal devoted to the teaching of Spanish and Portuguese, the scholarly journal of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP). Formerly a faculty member, department chair, and study abroad program director, Dr. Long rose to the rank of Professor of Spanish at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and was appointed Distinguished Visiting Professor at the United States Air Force Academy. Most recently, Dr. Long served as Professor and Chair of the Department of Languages and Culture Studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She is a specialist in language teaching and learning. A regular presenter and invited speaker at national and international conferences, Dr. Long delivered over 100 talks from Havana to Beijing and across the United States. She actively engages the field and continues to publish on the integration of leadership development and language learning, the language profession, and Madrid in literature. Dr. Long published more than 50 articles, chapters, and reviews and her recent co-authored textbooks published with Cengage include Nexos. Introductory Spanish, 4th ed., and Alianzas. Intermediate Spanish., 2nd ed., Cuadros. Introductory and Intermediate Spanish., among others. She received the prestigious Steiner Award for Leadership in Foreign Language Education from the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) in 2009.

Maria Carreira is Associate Professor of Spanish at California State University, Long Beach. She holds a Ph.D. in linguistics from the University of Illinois, Champaign. Carreira has written linguistic notes, profiles of well-known Hispanics, and heritage learner annotations. She is active in issues relating to heritage learners.

Kris Swanson has an M.A. in Hispanic Studies from Brown University. She has been in the foreign language publishing field for about 15 years. She currently works as a consultant and freelance writer, editor, and project manager.

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