by Conrad J. Schmitt

Author: Conrad J. Schmitt
Language: Spanish
ISBN: 0076604233
ISBN13: 978-0076604234
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education; 1 edition (January 14, 2011)
Pages: 560
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 215
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Asi se DICE! Level 1. Conrad J. Schmitt. Asi se dice Level 1 Workbook and Audio Activities

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Level 1 students learn to understand, communicate, and interpret information, concepts and ideas from culturally authentic sources by practicing vocabulary, grammar and learning about Spanish culture. Topics introduced include: personality and appearance, school and free-time activities, family and home, weather, food and more. Includes: Print Student Edition
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Its a textbook
I like having this text because it allows me to prepare for my tutoring sessions, since my student has the same text. ????
Hated this book. I don't like they way they are trying to teach Spanish to high schoolers. I have a friend who is a Spanish teacher and she doesn't like this book either.
I ordered the book, teacher edition, and the cd rom, and I can tell you that it is well worth the money. I highly recommend it.
I use this for spanish 1 class. All color pages and hardcover. Don't forget the workbook. This is a little difficult for a starter though. I'm a Chinese student and I feel ok with that.
Fantastic. . .glad to have this.
Prince Persie
I am a new Spanish teacher who inherited this curriculum. I am a fluent speaker and translator with over 6 years of Spanish training and more than 10 years of experience in language work, and I can safely say that this book is terrible. It is highly dated and the methodology assumes the students either already have a base level of knowledge of Spanish, or their teacher really knows what he or she is doing. Plus, I have no idea what dialect the author is going for, but it is not a standard one with which I am familiar.

The approach to grammar is not intuitive, and many topics are broken up and scattered among many others--so students do not learn all methods and types of a particular conjugation before moving on to the next topic. Instead, one lesson covers some conjugations and then some object pronouns. The next lesson may cover negatives and more object pronouns--or perhaps new conjugations. Vocabulary words are vaguely covered and are not defined at all--and only a very limited number of them are used in exercises. Typically, it is just the same 5 or 6 (out of around 60) that are recycled over and over, giving students poor exposure. And, those definitions may or may not be correct or typical uses in the dictionaries (for example, students are only told that "llevar" means "to wear"--the dictionary does not also provide its primary meaning of "to bring" or "carry"). There are also multiple inaccuracies and mistakes, leaving one to wonder who on earth came up with this.

The workbook is just utterly useless. At least every section has an egregious error and verb conjugations and pronouns that have not yet been covered are interspersed among vocabulary sections. I assume the author intended that this would expose students to the topics and have them reason conjugations out based on the context, but I find that the typical result is that the students labor over it, get confused and frustrated, then become disgusted and don't bother. I wouldn't either. Worst case scenario, they do their best, get it completely wrong, and come out mistaken on the concept--meaning I have to reteach it and correct misunderstandings.

"Tests" and "quizzes" provided are overly simplistic and focus only on certain topics covered in that chapter with little variety in grammar and vocabulary represented. You WILL need to write your own assessments. Students end by being confused and teachers will be infuriated and have to spend copious amounts of time reinventing the wheel. Keep looking--maybe check out Dicho y Hecho or another curriculum, but please do not waste time and money on this product.
Other then Realidades, I love this book! it really allows me to teach my Spanish classes with clarity and deeper meaning. Although I have the cd's, I do not use them as they are far above my students capabilities. I have taught using many different textbooks but always resort back to this one as the main one. I am Hispanic and can tell you that I prefer this book over many other new ones. Good book to use people!!!
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