Teaching Spanish Grammar with Pictures: How to Use William Bull's Visual Grammar of Spanish (DVD-ROM)by M Stanley Whitley and Patricia V Lunn Georgetown Univ Press
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This reissue of Bull’s classic posters on DVD-ROM provides versatile JPEG images of all the posters to easily incorporate into Power Point presentations and worksheets. It includes an instructor’s manual on the disk that presents background on the materials, explains the concepts behind the images, and offers suggestions for ways to use them in the classroom.
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Teaching Spanish Grammar with Pictures: How to Use William Bull's Visual Grammar of Spanish
M. Stanley Whitley, Patricia V. Lunn
Part I: Introduction
1. VGS: What it is, and what it was intended for
2. Bull's Background
3. Three key ideas in Bull's work
4. The Visual Grammar of Spanish
5. Content vs. Practice: How the baby got thrown out with the bathwater
6. The continued value of VGS with newer teaching methodologies
Part II: VGS Teacher's Guide
2.1 The Use of VGS
2.1.1 Classroom projection
2.1.2 On handouts
2.1.3 Visual learners and visually impaired learners
2.1.4 Heritage learners
2.2. Use of VGS Images: Comments
Appendix: VGS for Reference
Patricia V. Lunn is a retired professor of Spanish linguistics from Michigan State University, and coauthor of Investigación de gramática, Segunda edición and En otras palabras.