Case Study: Lecturing in the target language to post A level Spanish students: linguistic gains and pedagogical implications

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This case study aims to present the Spanish Cultural Studies lecture in the first year of the Modern Languages degree at the University of Bath as an example of how lecturing in the foreign language to post A-level learners can be linguistically fertile without neglecting the primary aim of the unit, namely to provide a conceptual and systematic introduction to Spanish culture in the 20th century.
Original languageEnglish
JournalLLAS Good Practice Guide
Publication statusPublished - 2006

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