Dicho Y Hecho: Beginning Spanish
A carefully crafted, classroom-tested text noted for its straightforward, easy-to-implement, lively, and highly successful approach to teaching and learning Spanish. Contains such special features as a visual component which enables students to relate and react to situations that reflect the theme, vocabulary, functions, and structures of every chapter; thematic vocabulary...more
Hardcover, 525 pages
Published November 1st 1996 by John Wiley & Sons
(first published July 3rd 1989)
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After twenty-some years as a teacher of English to foreign students, it was interesting to be on the receiving end, so to speak, when I enrolled in a Spanish class last year. Earlier experiences studying Latin, Russian, Italian, German, and French (albeit years ago) had me expecting grammar-heavy texts, so I was pleasantly surprised by the approach here, much more attuned to my preferred learning style (oral rather than written). Plenty of exercises, both in the texts and online, did a good job...more