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Elementary Spanish - Level 1 - Lesson 1 - 18 Hola
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Technology Enhanced Elementary Spanish Program - TEESP
World Language Program
Introductory Course for Grades 1 – 6
2007 – 2010
Artwork for lessons created by Evelyn Schluckebier 2008, 2009.
All drawings are copyrighted 2008 with Creative Commons License. Drawings may be
shared but not sold, as long as any derivative works are also shared under a similar
license.
Project evaluation: Lisa Knoche, UNL Research Center

Project funded by Foreign Language Assistance Grant, 2007 - 2010
Program Information
The Technology Enhanced Elementary Spanish Program (TEESP) was a three-year
collaborative effort by ESU #16, ESU #15 and area schools. The program is funded by a
FLAP (Foreign Language Assistance Program) grant.
Project Information

The project design was developed by a team of high school Spanish teachers. Known
as the WLLC team (World Language Learning Community) team these teachers have
worked together for several years to improve the teaching strategies in language
education for area schools. They have all participated in various professional
development opportunities, including Teaching Proficiency through Reading and
Storytelling (TPRS) with Susan Gross and Karen Rowan, Comprehensible Input Reading
Strategies with Jason Fritze and Literacy Strategies delivered by staff from Nebraska
Department of Education, World Languages Department.

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Languages
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Author:
ESU Coordinating Council
NDE Digital Learning
Date Added:
09/26/2019
Elementary Spanish - Level 6 - Lesson 59 - Sharkie está de vacaciones
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Technology Enhanced Elementary Spanish Program - TEESP
World Language Program
Introductory Course for Grades 1 – 6
2007 – 2010
Artwork for lessons created by Evelyn Schluckebier 2008, 2009.
All drawings are copyrighted 2008 with Creative Commons License. Drawings may be
shared but not sold, as long as any derivative works are also shared under a similar
license.
Project evaluation: Lisa Knoche, UNL Research Center

Project funded by Foreign Language Assistance Grant, 2007 - 2010
Program Information
The Technology Enhanced Elementary Spanish Program (TEESP) was a three-year
collaborative effort by ESU #16, ESU #15 and area schools. The program is funded by a
FLAP (Foreign Language Assistance Program) grant.
Project Information

The project design was developed by a team of high school Spanish teachers. Known
as the WLLC team (World Language Learning Community) team these teachers have
worked together for several years to improve the teaching strategies in language
education for area schools. They have all participated in various professional
development opportunities, including Teaching Proficiency through Reading and
Storytelling (TPRS) with Susan Gross and Karen Rowan, Comprehensible Input Reading
Strategies with Jason Fritze and Literacy Strategies delivered by staff from Nebraska
Department of Education, World Languages Department.

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Languages
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NDE Digital Learning
Date Added:
07/15/2019
First Year Japanese I
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These are source files for all course materials used for JPN101 at Mt. Hood Community College in Oregon.

For all course materials including MP4 audio files and PDFs for students, go to: https://www.mhcc.edu/YokoSatoJapanese/

These sets include simple grammar explanations, dialogues, basic vocabulary and phrases, activities to check learning, and some cultural notes. These might be used for the very first term of college Japanese course as well as for the first year of high school Japanese course. Students can preview the lessons and grasp concepts before class and teachers can use them during the class. They are not written intending for self-study without teachers.

Supplemental material and worksheets include:
Hiragana and Katakana charts; Notes about Hiragana and Katakana writing; Practice words for Hiragana and Katakana spelling; Picture pages for reviewing words and phrases; List of particles and interrogatives; Verb and adjective conjugation charts; In class activity sample.

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Languages
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Author:
Yoko Sato
Date Added:
08/28/2019
Foreign Language Teaching Methods
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An online, video-based methods course focusing on best practices for foreign language instruction at the high-school and college levels. It features 12 interactive media-rich modules taught by different professors from the University of Texas at Austin. Modules include Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing, Vocabulary, Grammar, Pragmatics, Culture, The Language Learner, Technology, Classroom Management, and Assessment.

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Languages
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University of Texas at Austin
Provider Set:
COERLL
Author:
Blyth, Carl (ed.)
Date Added:
01/17/2012
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TEESP Elementary Spanish Level 1 - Lessons 1 - 18
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Technology Enhanced Elementary Spanish Program - TEESP
World Language Program
Introductory Course for Grades 1 – 6
2007 – 2010
Artwork for lessons created by Evelyn Schluckebier 2008, 2009.
All drawings are copyrighted 2008 with Creative Commons License. Drawings may be
shared but not sold, as long as any derivative works are also shared under a similar
license.
Project evaluation: Lisa Knoche, UNL Research Center

Project funded by Foreign Language Assistance Grant, 2007 - 2010
Program Information
The Technology Enhanced Elementary Spanish Program (TEESP) was a three-year
collaborative effort by ESU #16, ESU #15 and area schools. The program is funded by a
FLAP (Foreign Language Assistance Program) grant.
Project Information

The project design was developed by a team of high school Spanish teachers. Known
as the WLLC team (World Language Learning Community) team these teachers have
worked together for several years to improve the teaching strategies in language
education for area schools. They have all participated in various professional
development opportunities, including Teaching Proficiency through Reading and
Storytelling (TPRS) with Susan Gross and Karen Rowan, Comprehensible Input Reading
Strategies with Jason Fritze and Literacy Strategies delivered by staff from Nebraska
Department of Education, World Languages Department.

Subject:
Languages
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Assessment
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Lesson Plan
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Author:
Dorann Avey
Date Added:
08/08/2019
TEESP - Elementary Spanish Level 2 Lessons 19 - 40
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Technology Enhanced Elementary Spanish Program -
TEESP World Language Program Introductory Course for Grades 1 – 6 2007 – 2010
Artwork for lessons created by Evelyn Schluckebier 2008, 2009. All drawings are copyrighted 2008 with Creative Commons License. Drawings may be shared but not sold, as long as any derivative works are also shared under a similar license.

Project evaluation: Lisa Knoche, UNL Research Center Project funded by Foreign Language Assistance Grant, 2007 - 2010 Program Information The Technology Enhanced Elementary Spanish Program (TEESP) was a three-year collaborative effort by ESU #16, ESU #15 and area schools. The program is funded by a FLAP (Foreign Language Assistance Program) grant. Project Information The project design was developed by a team of high school Spanish teachers. Known as the WLLC team (World Language Learning Community) team these teachers have worked together for several years to improve the teaching strategies in language education for area schools. They have all participated in various professional development opportunities, including Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling (TPRS) with Susan Gross and Karen Rowan, Comprehensible Input Reading Strategies with Jason Fritze and Literacy Strategies delivered by staff from Nebraska Department of Education, World Languages Department.

Project funded by Foreign Language Assistance Grant, 2007 - 2010
Program Information
The Technology Enhanced Elementary Spanish Program (TEESP) was a three-year
collaborative effort by ESU #16, ESU #15 and area schools. The program is funded by a
FLAP (Foreign Language Assistance Program) grant.
Project Information

The project design was developed by a team of high school Spanish teachers. Known
as the WLLC team (World Language Learning Community) team these teachers have
worked together for several years to improve the teaching strategies in language
education for area schools. They have all participated in various professional
development opportunities, including Teaching Proficiency through Reading and
Storytelling (TPRS) with Susan Gross and Karen Rowan, Comprehensible Input Reading
Strategies with Jason Fritze and Literacy Strategies delivered by staff from Nebraska
Department of Education, World Languages Department.

Subject:
Languages
Material Type:
Assessment
Homework/Assignment
Lesson
Lesson Plan
Unit of Study
Author:
NDE Digital Learning
Date Added:
07/15/2019
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TEESP Elementary Spanish Level 6 - Lessons 59 - 65
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Technology Enhanced Elementary Spanish Program - TEESP
World Language Program
Introductory Course for Grades 1 – 6
2007 – 2010
Artwork for lessons created by Evelyn Schluckebier 2008, 2009.
All drawings are copyrighted 2008 with Creative Commons License. Drawings may be
shared but not sold, as long as any derivative works are also shared under a similar
license.
Project evaluation: Lisa Knoche, UNL Research Center

Project funded by Foreign Language Assistance Grant, 2007 - 2010
Program Information
The Technology Enhanced Elementary Spanish Program (TEESP) was a three-year
collaborative effort by ESU #16, ESU #15 and area schools. The program is funded by a
FLAP (Foreign Language Assistance Program) grant.
Project Information

The project design was developed by a team of high school Spanish teachers. Known
as the WLLC team (World Language Learning Community) team these teachers have
worked together for several years to improve the teaching strategies in language
education for area schools. They have all participated in various professional
development opportunities, including Teaching Proficiency through Reading and
Storytelling (TPRS) with Susan Gross and Karen Rowan, Comprehensible Input Reading
Strategies with Jason Fritze and Literacy Strategies delivered by staff from Nebraska
Department of Education, World Languages Department.

Subject:
Languages
Material Type:
Assessment
Homework/Assignment
Lesson
Lesson Plan
Student Guide
Syllabus
Unit of Study
Author:
Dorann Avey
Date Added:
08/08/2019
TEESP Level 4 - Lessons 47 - 52
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Technology Enhanced Elementary Spanish Program - TEESP
World Language Program
Introductory Course for Grades 1 – 6
2007 – 2010
Artwork for lessons created by Evelyn Schluckebier 2008, 2009.
All drawings are copyrighted 2008 with Creative Commons License. Drawings may be
shared but not sold, as long as any derivative works are also shared under a similar
license.
Project evaluation: Lisa Knoche, UNL Research Center

Project funded by Foreign Language Assistance Grant, 2007 - 2010
Program Information
The Technology Enhanced Elementary Spanish Program (TEESP) was a three-year
collaborative effort by ESU #16, ESU #15 and area schools. The program is funded by a
FLAP (Foreign Language Assistance Program) grant.
Project Information

The project design was developed by a team of high school Spanish teachers. Known
as the WLLC team (World Language Learning Community) team these teachers have
worked together for several years to improve the teaching strategies in language
education for area schools. They have all participated in various professional
development opportunities, including Teaching Proficiency through Reading and
Storytelling (TPRS) with Susan Gross and Karen Rowan, Comprehensible Input Reading
Strategies with Jason Fritze and Literacy Strategies delivered by staff from Nebraska
Department of Education, World Languages Department.

Subject:
Languages
Material Type:
Assessment
Homework/Assignment
Lesson
Lesson Plan
Student Guide
Syllabus
Unit of Study
Author:
NDE Digital Learning
Date Added:
09/26/2019
TEESP Level 5 - Lessons 53 - 58
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Technology Enhanced Elementary Spanish Program - TEESP
World Language Program
Introductory Course for Grades 1 – 6
2007 – 2010
Artwork for lessons created by Evelyn Schluckebier 2008, 2009.
All drawings are copyrighted 2008 with Creative Commons License. Drawings may be
shared but not sold, as long as any derivative works are also shared under a similar
license.
Project evaluation: Lisa Knoche, UNL Research Center

Project funded by Foreign Language Assistance Grant, 2007 - 2010
Program Information
The Technology Enhanced Elementary Spanish Program (TEESP) was a three-year
collaborative effort by ESU #16, ESU #15 and area schools. The program is funded by a
FLAP (Foreign Language Assistance Program) grant.
Project Information

The project design was developed by a team of high school Spanish teachers. Known
as the WLLC team (World Language Learning Community) team these teachers have
worked together for several years to improve the teaching strategies in language
education for area schools. They have all participated in various professional
development opportunities, including Teaching Proficiency through Reading and
Storytelling (TPRS) with Susan Gross and Karen Rowan, Comprehensible Input Reading
Strategies with Jason Fritze and Literacy Strategies delivered by staff from Nebraska
Department of Education, World Languages Department.

Subject:
Languages
Material Type:
Assessment
Homework/Assignment
Lesson
Lesson Plan
Student Guide
Syllabus
Unit of Study
Author:
NDE Digital Learning
Date Added:
07/15/2019
Visualizing Cultures
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Visualizing Cultures was launched at MIT in 2002 to explore the potential of the Web for developing innovative image-driven scholarship and learning. The VC mission is to use new technology and hitherto inaccessible visual materials to reconstruct the past as people of the time visualized the world (or imagined it to be).

Topical units to date focus on Japan in the modern world and early-modern China. The thrust of these explorations extends beyond Asia per se, however, to address "culture" in much broader ways—cultures of modernization, war and peace, consumerism, images of "Self" and "Others," and so on.

Subject:
World Cultures
Material Type:
Full Course
Provider:
MIT
Date Added:
02/16/2011