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Target Language Use And Teaching For Intercultural Competence In Novice Level Spanish Courses: Comparing Practices And Perspectives In High School And University Classrooms, Leah Shepard Jan 2013

Target Language Use And Teaching For Intercultural Competence In Novice Level Spanish Courses: Comparing Practices And Perspectives In High School And University Classrooms, Leah Shepard

Honors Theses, 1963-2015

Intercultural competence: We have heard about it, but do language instructors know how to teach it? Is it possible to maintain maximal target language use while doing so? This study investigates the perspectives and practices of intercultural competence and target language use at the novice language levels and also further investigates the connections and differences between high school language settings and university language settings within the implementation of this concept. The 13 participants in the study included a combination of Spanish department faculty at a small liberal arts institution in the Midwest, and alumni that completed the Spanish and teacher ...


Latino/Latin American Muralism And Social Change: A Reflection On The Social Significance Of The Cold Spring Mural, Shannon Mcevoy Apr 2012

Latino/Latin American Muralism And Social Change: A Reflection On The Social Significance Of The Cold Spring Mural, Shannon Mcevoy

Art Student Work

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José Isaacson Y La PoéTica Del Encuentro, Marina Martin Jan 2012

José Isaacson Y La PoéTica Del Encuentro, Marina Martin

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José Isaacson (Buenos Aires, 1922) pertenece a un grupo estelar de poetas argentinos –Borges, Olga Orozco, Roberto Juarroz y Alejandra Pizarnik, entre otros– que, en conjunto, marcan un hito en la literatura hispana del siglo XX. Dada la riqueza temática, el giro hacia la metafísica que se evidencia invariablemente en sus escritos y la profundidad de su visión humanística, cabe suponer en la obra de Isaacson un alcance internacional. El texto dialoga con voces filosóficas que perfilan un encuentro asentado en el misterio del tiempo. Aristóteles, Spinoza, Kafka, Kant, Buber y Wittgenstein, entre otros ...