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Language: Spanish for Middle and High School Discuss this eTheme.

Students can use these sites to become familiar with the Spanish language and culture. Additional sites provide Spanish curriculum for Native Speakers. Many of these sites have audio files. Included are eThemes resources on Spanish for elementary school and Spanish speaking countries.


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This site provides free online lessons, vocabulary lists, audio and printable worksheets for both beginner and intermediate learners.
This site from the University of North Carolina provides a curriculum for teaching Spanish to Native Speakers.
This site provides free study guides in Spanish for literature. Note: This site contains some advertising.
Scroll down to "News Sites in Spanish" to provide your students news coverage in Spanish from throughout the world.
This site provides free apps to connect to native speakers anytime, anywhere. It is free, plus the conversational courses were developed in collaboration with the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.
This online tool which freely supports learning Spanish with podcasts to increase understanding of the language. Note: This site contains ads and accepts donations to maintain the site.
This site provides instruction in Spanish and several other languages for beginning and intermediate students.
Use this link to learn Spanish online through downloads to your computer or mp3 player. A variety of free downloads are available from survival Spanish to an educational video series done as a sit-com. Note: This site contains minimal advertising.
This link provides a video instructional series for in Spanish for college and adult learners. There are 52 half-hour videos using a "telenovela" or Spanish soap opera to immerse students with native speakers, culture, and various dialects.
This language resource site has fifty different topics that cover the basics of speaking Spanish vowels and consonants. Includes audio examples.
Students can click on a letter to hear the pronunciation and a sample word starting with that letter. There are also many resources such as the "Verb Conjugator." NOTE: The site includes ads.
This site can be displayed in Spanish or English. NOTE: The site includes ads.
Students can explore many topics on Spain.
Read all about "Hispanic Heritage Month." NOTE: The site includes ads.
This site has "Free Lessons," "Podcast," "Games," and much more. Apps are available for a small fee. NOTE: The site includes ads. NOTE: The "Forum" link leads to message boards.
This site will help students get better at conjugating verbs in Spanish. NOTE: The site includes ads.
Students can read the news in Spanish and watch a slide show or video.
Students can click on "Spanish." Then click on "Submit" to get to many of the "Top 100" Spanish games.
Students can use extensive "Vocabulary Lists." Many of the lists have audio files. NOTE: The site includes ads.
This travel site has information on countries in Central and South America. NOTE: The site includes ads.
This site has a "self-contained online course." There are also advanced activities and audio files. NOTE: The "Talk" link leads to message boards.
These sites focus on teaching Spanish words and include hands-on games, interactive exercises, pronunciation, bilingual translation, grammar rules and some cultural notes.
Learn about the geography, culture, art, cuisine, celebrations, and symbols of Mexico. Includes images of people, currency, cities, maps, quizzes, and a lesson plan. Listen to the pronunciation of Spanish words.
Learn more about the country of Spain and its culture, food, holidays, sports, and history. Other topics include bullfighting, flamenco dancing, football (soccer), Miguel Indurain, and Holy Week. Includes classroom activities for studying Spain and its culture.
These sites have information about Guatemala's history, geography, people, economy, and more. See photographs of the country's volcanoes and learn about the Mayan ruins.
These sites are about the South American country of Peru. Learn about the country's geography, history, people, economy, culture, and more. Includes information about the ancient Inca empire.
These sites are about the culture and life of the people of Latin America and Latin Americans in the United States. There is information about Latin American music, dance, art, and heritage. One site for girls has information about blending Latin American and American heritage.

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