Audio CDs to accompany Text
For two-semester or three-semester courses in Elementary Spanish.Clearly structured, easy to teach from, easy to learn from, and written to motivate your students, the fourth edition of !Arriba! Comunicacion y cultura has been carefully developed to educate another generation of students. Preserving the features for which it has been most praised, the new edition incorporates new and exciting features to support both the teaching and learning of Spanish. Rich in pedagogy, flexible, and supported by carefully integrated supplementary materials, this complete and versatile program is the result of years of development and class testing. An excellent choice for Elementary Spanish programs with a variety of different teaching styles, !Arriba!, more than any other book, reflects the diversity of not only the Spanish speaking world, but the world at large. *Also available in a brief version.
- Hardback | 608 pages
- 213.4 x 284.5 x 25.4mm | 1,496.87g
- 20 Feb 2004
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- English, Spanish
- 4th edition
Table of contents
(NOTE: Full version includes lessons 1-15, brief version includes lessons 1-12.) Leccion 1. Hola, ?que tal? Leccion 2. ?De donde eres? Leccion 3. ?Que estudias? Leccion 4. ?Como es tu familia? Leccion 5. ?Como pasas el dia? Leccion 6. !Buen provecho! Leccion 7. !A divertirnos! Leccion 8. ?En que puedo servirle? Leccion 9. Vamos de viaje. Leccion 10. !Tu salud es lo primero! Leccion 11. ?Para que profesion te preparas? Leccion 12. El futuro es tuyo. Leccion 13. ?Oiste las noticias? Leccion 14. !Seamos cultos! Leccion 15. ?Te gusta la politica?
"I think that Arriba has a more flexible approach than I have seen in other first-year textbooks." - Carmen Schlig, Georgia State University "It is a clear and organized approach." - Tanya Wilder, Washington State Community College "The text seems quite easy to teach from, and would be easy to use in a large program with TAs such as ours." - Timothy McGovern, University of California at Santa Barbara "I give a big yes to the new "Ritmos " section... it is very motivating for students to learn another language through music." Carmen Carraceles-Juncal, Amherst College