Juntos Handbook Community Partnerships in Spanish and Portuguese by Josef Hellebrandt, Jonathan Arries, Lucia Varona, Carol Klein


Juntos Handbook Community Partnerships in Spanish and Portuguese by Josef Hellebrandt, Jonathan Arries, Lucia Varona, Carol Klein

Heinle is pleased and honored to announce its partnership with the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP) in publishing this handbook series. The goal of the series is to provide instructors with the latest research on individual topics, so that you can focus on the issues of greatest concern to you and your program. The handbooks will form the core materials at a series of workshops related to these topics, to be held at the national AATSP conference as well as at various regional conferences throughout the country.


Acknowledgements. Preface: AATSP Executive Director - CAROL KLEIN. Introduction: JOSEF HELLEBRANDT. Part I: THEORETICAL CONTEXTS. Editorial Overview: JONATHAN ARRIES. ELENA OLAZAGASTI-SEGOVIA: Second-Language Acquisition, Academic Service-Learning, and Learners

. ANN LESMAN: From Service Learning to Social Activism: Growing the Soul of a Citizen. GRESILDA TILLEY-LUBBS: Crossing the Border through Service-Learning: The Power of Cross-Cultural Relationships. Part II: COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE. Editorial Overview: LUCIA VARONA. CHRISTINE H. BENNETT: The NDNU Community-Based Learning Project in Guadalajara, Mexico. MARIA BAULUZ: When Everyday Life Becomes the Focus of. LUCIA VARONA: Attention in Intermediate Spanish Courses. STEVE COCKERHAM: It Takes a Holler: Appalachia Goes Hispanic. ARDIS L. NELSON. MARY KAY ANDERSON. PAULA M. BRUNO: Nuestra comunidad: Service Learning and Communities in Albuquerque, New Mexico. TERESA PEREZ-GAMBOA: Rompiendo barreras: una experiencia de integracion. BETINA KAPLAN: de aprendizaje de espanol y servicio comunitario en UGA. Part III: CROSS-DISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES. Editorial Overview: JONATHAN ARRIES. ALICE A. WELDON: Avoiding Trial and Error: Faculty Learning in Spanish. ROBERT L. SIGMON: Service-Learning Projects. DAVID C. JULSETH: The Hispanic Achievers Program: An Interdisciplinary Model for Service-Learning. MIGUEL DIAZ-BARRIGA: Spanish in the Social Sciences: notes on the challenges of service learning among Mexican migrants in Pennsylvania. DONNA RESEIGH LONG: Service-Learning in Spanish K-12: A Residential. TERRELL A. MORGAN: Institute for Teachers. TERESA KENNEDY: Service-Learning: The Missing Link to Language. MELVIN J. PEDRAS: Study, Preservice Education and Building Community. Part IV: TECHNOLOGY-AIDED PERSPECTIVES AND SERVICE-LEARNING RESOURCES. Editorial Overview: JOSEF HELLEBRANDT. JOSEF HELLEBRANDT: Technology for Community-Based Spanish. MICHAEL MESSNER. JOSEF HELLEBRANDT: The AATSP Service-Learning Website. TERESA KENNEDY. JOSEF HELLEBRANDT: NEXOS ? A Web Portal for Collaboration and Community in Spanish. LUCIA T. VARONA: Los profesores no tienen que hacerlo todo: Importancia de los centros universitarios para el aprendizaje basado en la comunidad. GRESILDA TILLEY-LUBBS: Annotated Service-Learning Bibliography.

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200 pages


Josef Hellebrandt, Jonathan Arries, Lucia Varona, Carol Klein
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13th August 2003



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