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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?
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. […]
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.
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Spanish World happens to be one of the pioneers of Spanish Language teaching in Singapore. Their exclusive focus on Spanish (and not 10 other languages) reflects the quality of their curriculum design which does not focus overtly on learning from the book. The teachers are very forthcoming in terms of sharing resources and spending time to answer doubts. The administration is super helpful as well – very accommodating wherever reasonable and possible.
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