Vida Hispánica is the Language Zone for teachers of Spanish and Portuguese at all levels and in all sectors, available to ALL members. It includes articles on teaching Spanish and Portuguese, on the two languages and on contemporary Iberia and Latin America.
Articles are in English or Spanish. There are also reviews of publications about Spain, Portugal and Latin America and of resources for teaching the languages, plus details of forthcoming events, and regular ‘Noticiario’ sections bringing readers cultural and political news from the Spanish-speaking countries.
Contributions submitted to Vida Hispánica are peer reviewed and published online subject to approval by independent referees.
Recent articles have included the following: ‘Integración del componente no verbal en el aula ELE’, ‘Promoting the diversity of Portuguese-speaking countries while teaching Portuguese’, 'Working with Picasso: a Year 10 course unit', 'Sandra Cisneros's The House on Mango Street in the literature class', ‘What inspires students of Spanish to progress to higher levels of learning?', 'Programas y servicios de la Consejería de Educación’.
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Vida Hispánica moved online in 2012.
To purchase hard copies of back issues from before this date, please visit our Publications Shop.
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