Required Texts for Summer

Professors in the summer graduate courses have identified the following essential texts for their classes. Students are advised to read them prior to coming to class. Contact the Coordinator of the Hispanic Studies Graduate program for further information, joy.landeira@unco.edu.

Pedagogy Week

FL 531 Teaching of Foreign Language: Curriculum and Instruction (2 credits)
CRN # 40540 - Professor Priscilla Falcón

Required Readings:  Students are to have read these books before classes begin.

  1. Ellen Kittler & Nancy P. Gallavan. Secrets to Success for Social Studies Teachers.  Thousand Oaks: Corwin Press, Sage Publications. 2008.
  2. Sonia Nazario.  Enrique’s Journey.  The Story of a Boy’s Dangerous Odyssey to Reunite with His Mother.  New York: Random House Trade Books. 2007.

Michener Library Electronic Reserve Readings:

  1. Barbara Cruz & Stephen J. Thornton.  Teaching Social Studies to English Language Learners.  Chapter: “Social Studies- Focused ESOL Research.” pp 49-105.  
  2. Barbara Cruz & Stephen J. Thornton.  Teaching Social Studies to English Language Learners.  Chapter: “World History.” pp106-153. 
  • FL 531 Syllabus
  • Mexican and Mexican American Rotation

    SPAN 583 Oral & Written Discourse (2 credits)
    CRN # 40548 - Professor Efrain Garza
    • Taller de escritores: Grammar and Composition for Advanced Spanish
      Guillermo Bleichmar y Paula Cañón
      ISBN: 978-1-61767-100-5
      Vista Higher Learning, 2012
      Boston, Massachusetts
    SPAN 576 Mexican Literatura (2 credits)
    CRN # 40547 - Professor Ester González
    • Novelas
      • Carlos Fuentes. Gringo viejo. España: Alfaguara, 2007. ISBN-10: 970580012X SBN-13: 978-9705800122
      • Yuri Herrera: Trabajos del reino. España: Editorial Periférica, 2010. ISBN: 978-84-92865-05-5
    • Cuento
      • Muñoz, Mario (Selección & prologo) Antología del cuento mexicano de la segunda mitad del siglo XX. Veracruz: U Veracruzana, 2013. ISBN: 978-607-7605-17-1
    • Teatro
      • Xerox copies from Antología didáctica del teatro mexicano (1964-2005)Vol.1 & 2. Mexico: UNAM P, 2008.(reserva electronica) ISBN: 978-607-2-00243-2
    • Poesía
      • Poemas 1960-2013 (Reserva electrónica).
    SPAN 562 Mex. & US Hisp Civ & Culture (3 credits)
    CRN# 40541 - Professor Joy Landeira
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    • Department of Hispanic Studies
      501 20th St
      Campus Box 87
      Greeley, Colorado 80639
    • Chair: Dr. Joy Landeira
    • Main Office: CAND 0295
      Phone: (970) 351-2811 
      Fax: (970) 351-3823