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language laboratory faculty resources

French

Autour de la littérature, 3rd ed. Overhead Transparencies (Boston: Heinle and Heinle, ©1995)
20 overhead transparencies of advertisements designed to complement the 3rd edition of the intermediate-level text Autour de la littérature by Schofer and Rice. These transparencies are identical to the 20 color slides that accompany the 2nd edition of this text.

Contacts — Communicative Support Package (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., ©1989)
20 overhead transparencies and 10 black-line transparency masters correlated with lessons of Contacts, 4th edition (Valette and Valette).

Discovering French — Blanc Overhead Visuals (Lexington: D.C. Heath and Co., ©1994)
76 colorful overhead transparencies and black-line transparency masters correlated with lessons of Discovering French — Blanc (Valette and Valette); includes maps, original drawings and illustrations from the text; 2 sets available.

Discovering French — Bleu Overhead Visuals (Lexington: D.C. Heath and Co., ©1993)
56 colorful overhead transparencies and black-line transparency masters correlated with lessons of Discovering French — Bleu (Valette and Valette); includes maps, original drawings and illustrations from the text; 2 sets available.

Discovering French — Rouge Overhead Visuals (Lexington: D.C. Heath amd Co., ©1997)
80 colorful overhead transparencies and black-line transparency masters correlated with lessons of Discovering French-Rouge (Valette and Valette) and À votre tour! (Valette and Valette); includes maps, original drawings and illustrations from the text; 3 sets available.

 

German

Neue Horizonte, 3rd edition (Lexington: D.C. Heath and Co., ©1992)
22 transparencies designed to correlate with the first-year text Neue Horizonte, 3rd edition (Dollenmayer, Hansen); four of the transparencies are maps of Germany and the German-speaking countries; the other black and white transparencies may be used to illustrate specific grammar items and/or vocabulary.

Neue Horizonte, 4th edition (Lexington: D.C. Heath and Co., ©1996)
28 transparencies designed to correlate with the first-year text Neue Horizonte, 4th edition (Dollenmayer, Hansen); ten of the transparencies are maps of Germany and the German-speaking countries; the other black and white transparencies may be used to illustrate specific grammar items and/or vocabulary.

Treffpunkt Deutsch, 3rd edition (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, ©1999)
50 transparencies of maps, illustrations, realia, and photographs found in the textbook Treffpunkt Deutsch Grundstufe, 3rd edition (©1999 Prentice-Hall).

Treffpunkt Deutsch, 4th edition
43 transparencies of maps and illustrations found in the textbook Treffpunkt Deutsch, 4th edition (©2003 Pearson Education, Inc.).

 

Italian

In giro per la letteratura (Boston: Heinle & Heinle, ©1996)
15 transparencies (11 color, 4 black & white) correlated to specific chapters of the text In giro per la letteratura (IT 1.027) by Elizabeth Giansiracusa and Kenneth Berri.

Italian Overhead Transparencies, 2nd edition (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, ©2002)
24 black & white transparencies divided into three categories: maps, places and things, and people; 2 sets available.

Oggi in Italia, 3rd edition (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., ©1987)
24 transparencies divided into four categories: maps (of Italy), people, word sets, and scenes; although cued to chapters in the Italian text Oggi in Italia, 3rd edition, (Merlonghi, Merlonghi, Tursi) these transparencies may be used in conjunction with any language text, as the majority of transparencies are images only, without super-imposed text.

Prego!, 3rd edition Instructor's Resource Kit and Manual (New York: McGraw-Hill, ©1990)
140 black-line transparency masters of drawings from the main text Prego!, 3rd ed. (Lazzarino) and realia (advertisements, schedules, announcements, newspaper and magazine articles, etc.); realia coordinated with cultural themes of main text chapters or with grammar topics.

 

Russian

Nachalo: When in Russia... Book 1
21 black and white overhead transparencies of selected illustrations contained in the eight chapters of the text Nachalo: When in Russia... Book 1 (©1997 The McGraw-Hill Companies); includes one map of Russia and one chart of the Russian alphabet.

Nachalo: When in Russia... Book 2
19 black and white overhead transparencies of selected illustrations contained in the eight chapters of the text Nachalo: When in Russia... Book 2 (©1997 The McGraw-Hill Companies).

 

Spanish

Al corriente, 2nd edition Instructor's Resource Kit (New York: McGraw-Hill, ©1993)
148 black-line transparency masters of line drawings from the text Al Corriente, 2nd. ed. (Marks, Blake) and selected additional realia; also includes discussion and role-play activities coordinated with each chapter and four supplementary readings with accompanying activities.

¡Claro que sí! (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., ©1990)
24 color transparencies containing maps of the Hispanic world and various scenes taken from the text illustrations of ¡Claro que sí!, first edition (Caycedo Garner, Rusch, Domínguez); a correlation sheet provides a listing of the transparencies with references to the chapters in which they may be used; 4 sets available.

¡Claro que sí!, 3rd edition (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., ©1996)
40 color transparencies containing maps of the Hispanic world and various scenes taken from the text illustrations of ¡Claro que sí!, 3rd edition; a correlation sheet provides a listing of the transparencies with references to the chapters in which they may be used; 2 sets available.

¡Claro que sí!, 4th edition (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., ©2000)
40 color transparencies containing maps of the Hispanic world and various scenes taken from the text illustrations of ¡Claro que sí!, 4th edition (Caycedo Garner, Rusch, Domínguez); a correlation sheet provides a listing of the transparencies with references to the chapters in which they may be used.

¿Cómo se dice...?, 3rd edition (Lexington: D.C. Heath and Co., ©1986)
29 transparencies with suggested related questions (in Spanish); 23 of the transparencies correspond to a lesson in the text ¿Cómo se dice...?, 3rd edition (Jarvis, Lebredo); 6 transparencies are maps of the Spanish-speaking countries; these transparencies may be used in conjunction with other texts.

Heath Spanish Overhead Transparencies (Lexington: D.C. Heath and Co., ©?)
32 color transparencies, including 5 maps of the Spanish-speaking world, 5 map overlays, 22 thematic, culturally authentic visual contexts covering the key topics, vocabulary and structures normally presented in introductory level college Spanish courses; Instructor's Resource Manual, containing general strategies, background cultural notes, and suggested activities for each visual, is available. (NOTE: Several of these transparencies may be used in conjunction with other languages as language-specific references are minimal.)

Imágenes
32 color transparencies containing maps of the Hispanic world and various scenes taken from the text illustrations of Imágenes (Rusch, Domínguez, Caycedo Garner); a correlation sheet provides a listing of the transparencies with references to the chapters in which they may be used; 2 sets available.

Nosotros los jóvenes (Orlando: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, ©1990)
40 color transparencies, including 5 maps of the Spanish-speaking world, 5 map overlays, 30 thematically-grouped visuals illustrating a variety of communicative functions; accompanying planning guide provides a chart to aid in the correlation of transparencies to communicative functions.

Nuevos amigos (Orlando: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, ©1989)
37 color transparencies including 5 maps of the Spanish-speaking world, 5 map overlays, 27 thematically-grouped visuals illustrating a variety of communicative functions; accompanying planning guide provides a chart to aid in the correlation of transparencies to communicative functions, as well as suggested activities for the use of thematic transparencies.

Un paso más Instructor's Resource Kit (New York: McGraw-Hill, ©1990)
black-line transparency masters for drawings taken directly from the student text Un paso más (Kupferschmid, Dorwick), transparency masters for realia from the text, optional activities related to chapter themes, transparency masters for optional realia, activities coordinated with the Un paso más "hacia la comunicación" sections of the text.

Spanish for Mastery 1: ¿Qué tal? (Lexington: D.C. Heath and Co., ©1994)
63 colorful transparencies: 20 described as situational visuals, 3 maps and 3 map overlays of the Spanish-speaking world, 37 illustrating key topics, vocabulary and structures normally presented in introductory-level Spanish courses; cued to chapters in the Valette and Valette text Spanish for Mastery 1; duplicates several visuals found in the general Heath Spanish Overhead Transparencies and the ¿Cómo se dice? sets; 2 sets available.

Spanish for Mastery 2: Entre nosotros (Lexington: D.C. Heath and Co, ©1994)
70 colorful transparencies cued to chapters in the Valette and Valette text Spanish for Mastery 2: 20 described as situational visuals (duplicates of the ¿Qué Tal? set above), 3 maps and 3 map overlays of the Spanish-speaking world, 47 illustrating key topics, vocabulary and structures presented in introductory-intermediate Spanish courses; duplicates several visuals found in the general Heath Spanish Overhead Transparencies and the ¿Cómo se dice? sets.

Spanish for Mastery 3: Situaciones (Lexington: D.C. Heath and Co., ©?)
59 colorful transparencies cues to Escenas de Vida and El español práctico sections of units contained in the Valette and Valette text Spanish for Mastery 3; includes 3 maps of Spanish-speaking countries.

Spanish Transparency Bank (Boston: Heinle & Heinle, ©1999)
96 color transparencies, including 18 maps of the Spanish-speaking world; 78 thematically grouped visuals illustrate a variety of communicative functions; 2 sets available.

¿Y tú? (Fort Worth: Holt Rinehart and Winston, ©1986)
46 transparencies related to themes and grammar items traditionally introduced in elementary Spanish language texts; each transparency is cued to a chapter in the text ¿Y tú?, but these materials may be used with any language text; may be used for written and/or oral classroom activities.

¿Y tú? — Set 2 (Fort Worth: Holt Rinehart and Winston, ©1989)
1989 edition of original ¿Y tú? transparencies published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston; features 50 vividly colored transparencies illustrating various themes and/or grammatical structures; most of the transparencies in this edition are more colorful versions of the originals; a few are new to this edition.

¿Y tú? entre todos fronteras (Fort Worth: Holt Rinehart and Winston, ©1989)
16 map transparencies of the Spanish-speaking world; includes world map of Spanish-speaking countries, 4 maps of Spain, 1 map of Madrid, 4 maps of Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean, 1 map of Mexico City, 4 maps of South America, 1 map of Buenos Aires.