Enseñar español a niños y adolescentes. Enfoques y tendencias
Spanish is increasingly being studied in primary and, especially, secondary education around the world. So there are increasing numbers of teachers who face the challenges of teaching Spanish to children and teenagers.
The aim of this book is to contribute to training Spanish teachers who work with children and teenagers by reflecting on the experiences of a large number of experts in the field.
Enseñar español a niños y adolescentes contains three main sections:
TEACHING SPANISH TO CHILDREN:
- Planning a Spanish class for children, Sonia Eusebio.
- Positive management of Spanish classes for children, Francisco Lara.
- Basic resources for children’s language classes, Manuela Mena.
- Teaching Spanish as a foreign language to children in an emotional environment, María Martín and Laura Zuheros.
TEACHING SPANISH TO TEENAGERS:
- Tasks for teenagers: a must, Matilde Martínez.
- CLIL: a journey to HOTS, Francisco Xabier San Isidro.
- Doing is the new learning: project-based learning, Diego Ojeda, Belén Rojas and Fernando Trujillo.
- Learning with emotions in Spanish classes for teenagers, María Pilar Carilla.
GENERAL QUESTIONS FOR CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS:
- The playful approach in Spanish classes for children and young people, Francisco Herrera and Vicenta González.
- Children and teenagers mobilised and mixed up in Spanish teaching, Joan-Tomàs Pujolà.
- Multilingual practice and language learning in adolescence, Luci Nussbaum.
- Let’s tell stories: storytelling in the Spanish as a foreign language class, Antonio Orta.
- Metacognition is not just for adults, Carmen Ramos.
- Pay attention, please!, Encina Alonso.