Quia Students can use the Quia to practice numbers, colors, etc. The Quia makes repetition and practice fun. The Language Bank This site can provide a jumping off point for making internet excursions a regular part of your foreign language curriculum.
Hispanic Magazine This magazine has a list of links to articles for and about Hispanics. Site includes Hispanic culture, business, sports and more.
CNN En Español CNN world news in Spanish. A great resource for Sports, weather, international concerns, health, fashion and everything else you are used to from CNN.
Online Resources-Spanish This site is dedicated to materials for language learning. It includes courses, grammar, links to practice materials in all four modalities, and much more.
Webspañol: Spanish Language Resources on-line This site is a high-tech version of a Spanish class. It features information on free language learning software, a section of online tests based on translated Beatles song lyrics, a Spanish jokes section, verb tables, pronunciation guides, interactive sections where users can participate in an English-Spanish e-mail exchange program, and a message board to post questions or to chat in Spanish with native speakers.
spanish.language & culture Spanish Grammar Exercises: a wonderful practice resource for all those fine tune grammar points that students struggle with so often. Try it out!
TeachSpanish.com The TeachSpanish.com Country Resource Center will allow you to explore any Latin American country you choose in either English or Spanish. Also, when you get to a country, simply click on the country flag to get some general demographic information in English about that country.
Spanish Storytelling Here is a collection of ideas for teaching command-verbs in Spanish. Focus. - Students listen to teacher utter commands in Spanish and as teacher acts out these commands, students respond by moving just like the teacher.
Spanish Grammar Tutorial This site features an online grammar guide for those interested in learning Spanish. From this page, visitors can link to individual pages providing instruction in parts of speech, vocabulary, and common phrases and expressions.
Los Dias de Muertos This resource gives suggestions and a sample lesson plan on teaching Dia de los Muertos.
Day of the Dead This site examines the Mexican holiday's (The Day of the Dead ) history, its spiritual significance, traditions, Calaveras, sugar skulls, decorations, and foods.
Welcome to Puerto Rico: Food and Drinks This page, features information about cuisine on the island of Puerto Rico. Traditional dishes, desserts and drinks are described and historical facts are given.
Cool Planet: daily life Learn about daily life in Spain at this site featuring a virtual journey from a teenager's perspective
Aztecs: Fierce Wanderers This web page provides a short history of the Aztec civilization, from its beginnings as a tribe of nomad mercenaries to its sudden end at the hands of the Spanish conquistador Cortez.
Center for the Liberal Arts: Spanish From this page, users can access a wide range of links to internet sites relating to Spanish language and culture. In addition, this page has an "Ask A Professor" feature which allows teachers to e-mail a question to the Center for the Liberal Arts and so receive an answer from a University of Virginia faculty member.