Spanish has become a second rather than a foreign language in the us which leads to unique opportunities and challenges for curriculum and syllabus design materials development individual and program assessment and classroom pedagogy. Spanish remains a large and constant fixture in the foreign language learning landscape in the united states as spanish language study has grown so too has the diversity of students and contexts of use placing the field in the midst of a curricular identity crisis. As spanish language study grows the field seems to be in the midst of a curricular identity crisis during this growth spanish has become a second rather than a foreign language in the us this leads to unique opportunities and challenges for curriculum and syllabus design materials development individual and program assessment and . The changing landscape of spanish language curricula designing higher education programs for diverse students reviewed by michael guerrero maria guerrero while spanish language curricula at the tertiary level need to change they cannot meaningfully find direction for deep change by ignoring the power and promise of pk 12 dual . This volume explores curricular and programmatic issues facing spanish postsecondary education and how to transform them into opportunities it discusses the changing nature of spanish in american society and its evolution from a foreign into a second language the use of spanish in the us and the
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