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10 Reasons Why Blended Learning is Here to Stay

Blended learning is a worldwide trend.  In Asia, more and more educational institutions are opting for this option and, what was once a residual and almost anecdotal choice, has become the new necessity. But what is Blended Learning and why has it been increasing in prominence?

Posted in: Our School,
40 Essential Spanish Travel Phrases
40 Essential Spanish Travel Phrases Traveling the world can be such an amazing experience and it comes so easy these days! If we say Mexico, Spain, Colombia Costa Rica, Peru and you're learning Spanish maybe one of the reasons is because one of your dreams is to travel to one of these countries or even [...]
Posted in: "Cultura", "Destinos",
Spanish Lessons in the Tech Era
Spanish Lessons in the Tech Era 4 or 5 years ago, Pearson sold its stake in the Financial Times and the Economist (two of its flagships) to invest in education technology. I thought to myself back then that the revolution in the education sector was coming, after music, consumer goods, even human relationships, that had [...]
What is El Carnaval?
Foto por @ugurarpaci Carnaval is one of the most fun and important parties on the planet, but especially in Latin culture. It is a celebration that is lived in the street, where people dress up in colourful costumes and masks, in addition to non-stop singing and dancing! But from where and when did Carnaval originate? [...]
Posted in: "Cultura",
¿Qué cultura llevamos al aula?

Saludo oficial. Visita de Estado a Nueva Zelanda, Junio 2009 Desde el auge del enfoque comunicativo en la enseñanza de lenguas extranjeras LE, el componente cultural ha cobrado gran importancia como parte de la competencia comunicativa. Así pues, los docentes de LE se han convertido en embajadores de estas dos realidades indisociables: lengua y cultura.  […]

Posted in: "Cultura", En Español,
On the Origins of Spanish Color Names

Where do the names of the colors in Spanish come from?

The topic of the colors has generated a lot of papers among anthropological and linguistic researchers, specially about the connection between language and perception: do we perceive better the tonal differences between those tones that have a name in our language? In this article we will not put the focus on the linguistic determinism, but, simply, in the origin of some color names in Spanish.

Posted in: Translations,

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