• Sor Juana Sonnet Unscrambler

    Created March 4, 2011

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    Spanish Language Websites: Advanced And Advanced Placement Recommended

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    Best-of-the-Web Spanish Language Websites: General

    Welcome to EDSITEment's Spanish language website resources for K-12 teachers!  The EDSITEment staff, the National Endowment for the Humanities hope that you and your students, from beginners to native speakers, will enjoy and profit from the wealth of pedagogical and humanities-related content and curricular materials made available in Spanish on these sites.  Websites listed in this section are arranged by proficiency level and have passed a review by experts in the field of Spanish

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    Spanish Language Websites: Beginning through Early Intermediate

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  • What is Sor Juana wearing?

    Created March 1, 2011
  • Sor Juana, the Poet: The Sonnets

    Created March 1, 2011
    Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz

    Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, a major literary figure and the first great Latin American poet, is a product of el Siglo de Oro Español (Spanish Golden Age). In this lesson students will analyze two of Sor Juana’s sonnets: “A su retrato” and “En perseguirme, Mundo, ¿qué interesas?” in their original language of publication.

    Arm Reliquary from Treasures of Heaven exhibit

    Treasures of Heaven

    This website, based on the NEH-funded exhibit, explores the history of Christian saints and their relics through a variety of different digital tools and programs. Learn about exhibition objects through the cultural, geographical, and architectural environment for which they were originally created.

    Mexican Revolution begins

    An EDSITEment Spotlight on the 100th anniversary of the Mexican Revolution

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    November 20, 1910
    Image of monastery in Mexico

    When Worlds Collide

    This PBS website looks at how the Old and New Worlds mixed after Columbus landed on Hispaniola in 1492. The 90-minute documentary and website trace milestone events during the 16th century and illustrates how both the New World and the Old were radically transformed by contact. The extensive resources for teachers and students include a timeline, scholarly essays and lesson plans.