L2 grammar teaching in Spanish speaking cultures

Miriam E Ebsworth mee1 at nyu.edu
Mon Jun 9 15:37:46 UTC 2008


 Dear friends,A doctoral student working on a study of NS and NNS teachers of Spanish in New Zealand finds  a more traditional approach to language teaching in Spanish speaking cultures, consistent with work I did in 1997 in PR and the US for ESL/EFL.Any additional evidence/studies, confirmatory or contradictory, of this phenomenon would be appreciated.Thanks for your help! Miriam Eisenstein Ebsworth, Ph.D. 
<MEE1 at nyu.edu> 
Director of Doctoral Programs in Multilingual Multicultural Studies 
New York University,635 East Building 
239 Greene St., New York, NY 10003 

work phone: 212-998-5195 
&Constanza Tolosa, Doctoral student
School of Arts, Languages and Literacies, Faculty of Education
University of Auckland                   c.tolosa at auckland.ac.nz
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