Bellaterra Journal of Teaching & Learning Language & Literature
Language and languages -- Study and teaching, Spanish language -- Study and teaching (Secondary)
Virtual technologies are omnipresent in everyday life and are becoming essential to either online, or hybrid classes. In higher education institutions in the United States, virtual platforms are increasingly used for teaching Spanish as a foreign language to students from varying backgrounds. As such, this article proposes an approach to teaching grammar in virtual spaces, that takes into account the communicative goals established in a given syllabus. The methods and strategies we propose offer an attractive language course that allows students to remotely learn and practice a language. As Spanish professors who teach beginning to intermediate level students, we will share our strategies for teaching grammar using concrete examples from our classes. We will also present data that show some measures of efficiency to teach Spanish grammar in a virtual setting.
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Honeycutt, L. S., & Sears, E. (2020). Teaching Spanish in the United States in the digital age: Strategies and approaches on teaching Spanish in online and hybrid classes. Bellaterra Journal of Teaching & Learning Language & Literature, 13(2), 838.