Using the World Wide Web To Integrate Spanish Language and Culture: A Pilot Study
Language Learning & Technology Volume 1, Number 2, ISSN 1094-3501
Investigates the potential role of Internet resources as a means to gain a deeper sense of the culture of the Spanish-speaking world for college students. Data collected demonstrate that the Web is a suitable tool to increase language and cultural knowledge, as well as a means to increase motivation. Pedagogical implications are discussed. (Author/VWL)
Osuna, M. & Meskill, C. (1998). Using the World Wide Web To Integrate Spanish Language and Culture: A Pilot Study. Language Learning & Technology, 1(2), 71-92.
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