Enlaces útiles para el curso


ENLACE INTERESANTE: Este enlace que contiene información sobre un libro que se llama “Los cien mejores poemas de amor…”

ENLACE VALIOSO: EL “Google Art Project”: http://www.googleartproject.com/
Aqui les pongo una lista de enlaces que ustedes pueden explorar. Si encuentran que alguno no funcione, dejenme saber, por favor:

  1. http://it.stlawu.edu/~rgol/ AP-Spanish web site created (around 2004) to upload and download AP Spanish materials, created by AP Teacher Commmunity moderator, Dr. Rita Goldberg
  2. http://www.authorstream.com/ website to view PowerPoint presentations for many AP works, created by California high school teacher Dr. Ruth War
  3. http://hitchcock.itc.virginia.edu/SpanishFilm/principal.html, “Cine con clase” is a website where visitors can access video clips of many films from Spain, many with scripts and activities!
  4. http://hispanicfilmarchives.blogspot.com/, blog by Dr. Gerardo T. Cummings, including a list of useful links!
  5. http://www.personal.psu.edu/users/s/a/sam50/cinergia/cinergia.htm, website created by Professor Sophia A. McClennen, Associate Professor at Pennsylvania State University, with the help of scholars and students of Hispanic cinema
  6. http://www.edu365.cat/eso/muds/castella/literatura/index.htm# an interactive website
  7. http://www.poesia-inter.net/ a website that has a huge audio and text collection of Spanish poetry
  8. http://cervantesvirtual.com, excellent site maintained by the Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra with a variety of resources focused on a variety of authors
  9. http://cervantesvirtual.com/bib_autor/Cervantes/, allows visitors to listen to the entire chapters of “El ingenioso hidalgo, don Quijote de La Mancha”
  10. http://www.wordreference.com, an outstanding free, online dictionary in Spanish, French, English, Italian, etc.
  11. http://www.diccionarios.com, another recommended interactive dictionary
  12. http://www.wga.hu/index1.html, great website to download a variety of important Spanish paintings to reinforce the historical and cultural aspects of literature
  13. http://www.museodelprado.es/, Museo Nacional del Prado, from Spain
  14. http://www.elmuseovirtual.com/, website with lots of art and digital images
  15. http://www.getty.edu/, website of the J. Paul Getty Museum
  16. http://www.arts-history.mx/, from Mexico, great resource for art, history, anthropology, literature, films, etc.
  17. http://www.spanisharts.com/, OUTSTANDING, wonderful website with a wealth of cultural links!
  18. http://www.wga.hu/index1.html , web gallery of art!
  19. http://luis.salas.net/index.htm, excellent resource for poems in Spanish
  20. http://www.nextext.com, provides valuable resources for instructors that use the original textbook “Abriendo Puertas”, by McDougal Littell
  21. http://my.hrw.com, new website for the updated “Abriendo puertas, ampliando perspectivas”
  22. http://www.sonnets.spanish.sbc.edu/, resources related to Spanish sonnets
  23. http://virtual-spain.com/literatura_espanola-alexandre.html, resources related to Spanish literature
  24. http://blogs.lawrence.edu/gustavofares/www-sites/www-sites-spanish-language-and-culture, AP Spanish Language and Culture Chief Reader Dr. Gustavo Fares’ excellent website with resources for all Spanish classes (y el original: http://www2.lawrence.edu/fast/faresg/sites.htm)
  25. http://clubcultura.com/, website where you can subscribe and receive monthly information
  26. http://www.descargacultura.unam.mx/, website from UNAM with lots of cultural resources, including literary works read by authors
  27. http://reference.findtarget.com/search/Spanish%20literature/, Spanish Literature reference website
  28. http://maps.nationalgeographic.com/maps, National Geographic maps and more
  29. http://www.nationalatlas.gov/printable.html, website with free, printable maps
  30. http://www.google.com/earth/index.html, website for downloading Google Earth, great for viewing the world and any place on its surface and oceans!
  31. http://mapasinteractivos.didactalia.net/comunidad/mapasflashinteractivos , interactive maps!
  32. http://www.rinconcastellano.com/ , Cronología de la literatura española, site with notes, biographies and more!
  33. http://www.scribd.com/AttractMore/d/16851829-La-Casa-de-Bernarda-Alba , graphic organizer with commentary about the characters in Lorca’s play
  34. http://www.education.ky.gov/kde/instructional+resources/high+school/english+language+arts/writing/literary+writing.htm, concise information on the types of literary genres
  35. http://www.corridos.org/Default.asp?Language=S, “Corridos sin fronteras”, an interesting site to investigate the Mexican corrido
  36. http://www.pandora.com/#/account/sign-in/, Pandora, free internet radio
  37. http://www.radiobilingue.org , Radio Bilingüe (based in Fresno, CA) with archives of podcasts, interviews, etc.
  38. http://oncetv-ipn.net/webcast/ , if you click on “Conversando con Cristina Pacheco” you can listen to archived interviews, most for FREE! “Canal Once” is an outstanding network from Mexico City produced by the Instituto Politécnico Nacional
  39. http://tercerodelaeso.wordpress.com/literatura/ , outstanding website with a plethora of information—a MUST!
  40. http://prezi.com/ , outstanding website on how to create “Prezis”, described as “PPTs on steroids”!
  41. http://www.ensayistas.org/curso3030/ , excellent site by Dr. José Luis Gómez-Martínez “Introducción a la literatura”
  42. http://www.tnellen.com/cybereng/lit_terms/terms/ , inactive dictionary of literary terms…though in English, could be helpful!
  43. http://www.kalipedia.com/lengua-castellana/ , “Lengua y Literatura” is a site with a plethora of information
  44. http://classjump.com/m/msgalan-vegaswebsite/?section=classes&class_id=10627 ,AP Spanish Literature website maintained by Elizabeth Galán-Vega of Florida