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Annotated Bibliography of Supplementary Instructional Materials for Teaching about Mexico. San Diego Consortium for Latin American Studies, San Diego State University and the University of California, San Diego, 1997. pp. 43.
The Annual Symposium on the Americas for High School Educators. Georgetown Preparatory School and the Organization of American States, 1996.
The Center for Research Libraries Handbook. The Center for Research Libraries, 1990. pp. 135.
Columbus : Beyond the Myth: Curriculum Educational Guide for the Study of the Encounter of Two Worlds (for Secondary and Junior College Levels). Pancrazio, James. Center of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, University of Illinois , 1992.
Directory of Central America Classroom Resources K-12. Curricula, classroom resources, Audio-Visuals, Books, Directories, Organizations. Central America Resource Center , 1987. pp. 134
The ERIC (Educational Resources Information Center ) Review: "K-12 Foreign Language Education." ERIC, Fall 1998 (Vol. 6, issue 1). This is a special issue devoted to K-12 language instruction.
Foreign Language, Area, and Other International Studies: A Bibliography of Research and Instructional Materials (Higher Education Act Title VI). Ed. Kathleen M. Marcos. National Foreign Language Resource Center , School of Languages and Literatures, Georgetown University , 1993. pp. 108.
Geography Assessment Framework for the 1994 National Assessment of Educational Progress. pp. 57. This assessment provides baseline information as to where students in grades 4, 8 and 12 are and a far clearer notion of where they ought to be in geography.
Geography, Culture, History , Politics of Latin America. Dingle, James; and Esler, Jon. University of Denver , 1991. pp. 149. This book contains detailed descriptions for teachers on how to present activities, and associated master sheets for photo duplication of student exercise sheets.
Handbook of Latin American Studies: No. 53 – Social Sciences. Ed. Moyano Martín, Dolores. University of Texas Press, Austin , 1994. pp. 652. A listing of chapters and articles published in journals and books from the social sciences field in Latin America .
Hispanic Cultural Theme Studies for Elementary Schools. Arata, Luis O. 1991. pp. 89. This is a guide to teaching Hispanic culture at the elementary level, with a particular focus on the pre-Columbian period and the European conquest.
In Focus: A Guide to Using Films. Blackaby, Linda, Georgakas, Dan, and Margolis, Barbara. New York Zoetrope, 1980.
International Biographies ( Latin America ). Anderson, Maryanne, Rachel Pereyra Diehl, and Karen Martin Tryda. The Center for Learning. 1993. A series of curriculum units based on famous figures from Central and South America .
Language and Society in Latin America. Herzfeld, Anita. University of Kansas, 1995. This is a resource packet for teachers who wish to introduce Latin American language and society to their students.
Latin American Art and Music: A handbook for teaching. Page Horton, Judith. University of Texas at Austin , 1989. pp. 174
Latin American Culture Studies: Information and Materials for Teaching about Latin America. Edited by Contreras, Gloria. University of Texas at Austin, 2 ed. pp. 310
Latin America Today: An Atlas of Reproducible Pages. World Eagle Inc. 1992. Chapters include information on the following topics: 1.) Land 2.) Peoples, Countries, Cities 3.) National Economies and Trade 4.) Energy, Education, and Employment 5.) Maps.
Rainforests: The Spirit of the Problem. (pamphlet) This pamphlet presents ideas to involve children in rain forest preservation. It is shelved with the resources on the environment.
Regionalism and the Musical Heritage of Latin America : Latin American Curriculum Units for Junior and Community Colleges. Arbena, Joseph, Schmidt, Henry, and Vassberg, David. Institute of Latin American Studies, The University of Texas at Austin , 1980. pp. 84.
Teaching About Latin America : Curriculum Projects for Grades 6-12. Knowlton, Robert J. Curriculum projects for grades 6-12. Tulane University , 1984. pp. 74.
Teaching Cultural Concepts in Spanish Classes. Seelye, H. Ned. Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1972. pp. 152
Units on Latin America Developed by Secondary School Teachers. Summer Seminar for Teachers, 1995 and 1996. This is a collection of units created by secondary-school teachers to teach students about Latin America.
Anuario Hispano/Hispanic Yearbook 1998. T.I.Y.M. Publishing. 336 pp. A business, organization, political, military and recreational guide for Hispanic Americans.
Directorio Político Centroamericano. CODEHUCA, San José, 1997. A directory of government officials in Central America .
Directory of Central American Organizations. Spring 1985. Central America Resource Center, 1985.
Directory of Central America Classroom Resources K-12. Curricula, classroom resources, Audio-Visuals, Books, Directories, Organizations. Central America Resource Center , 1987. pp. 134. (shelved with the Curriculum guides)
Directory of Inter-American and Other Associations In The Americas. Organization of American States, 1986.
Directory of National Organizations Dealing with Central America. A World Without War Council, 1990. pp. 57.
Fellowships, Scholarships and Related Opportunities in International Education . Center for International Education, The University of Tennessee , 1989. pp. 66.
The Foundation Directory. Ed. Lewis, Marianna O. The Foundation Center , New York , 1979. pp. 594.
Guatemalan NGOs. Sanford , Victoria . Shaler Adams Foundation, 1996. A directory to 145 local, regional, and national NGOs.
A Guide to NGO Directories. Inter-American Foundation, 1990. pp. 24.
Hispanic Resource Directory 1992-1994. Ed. Schorr, Alan Edward. Denali Press, 1992. pp. 380. A comprehensive guide to over 6,000 national, regional, and local organizations, associations, agencies, programs, and media pertaining to Hispanic Americans.
Hispanic Resource Directory Third Edition. Ed. Schorr, Alan Edward. Denali Press, 1996. pp. 493. A comprehensive guide to over 6,000 national, regional, and local organizations, associations, agencies, programs, and media pertaining to Hispanic Americans.
Inter-American Organization For Higher Education Directory 1991. Inter-American Organization For Higher Education, 1991.
Latin American and Caribbean: A Directory of Resources. Fenton, Thomas P. and Mary J. Heffron. Orbis Books, New York , 1986. Information about organizations, books, periodicals, pamphlets, articles, audiovisuals and other resources relating to Latin America .
Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Member Directory. Univ. of Pittsburgh, 1998.
Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Program Directory. Univ. of Pittsburgh, 1996.A select listing of institutions with Latin American courses and programs.
National Directory of Latin Americanists. Ed. Nickel, Jaqueline M. Taylor Publishing Co., Dallas, 1992. pp. 188. Biographies of 1422 specialists compiled in collaboration with the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress.
Pueblos indígenas de América Latina y el Caribe: catálogo de cine y video. Bermúdez Rothe, Beatriz. Biblioteca Nacional, 1995. This is catalog contains listings for over 1,000 films about indigenous people in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Recursos. Herrera, Alicia and Julia Mejía. Benjamin Franklin Library, Mexico City, 1990. A directory of Mexican-American institutions, organizations, and university programs based in the United States .
Careers Abroad: A Guide to Library Resources. Watson Library Slavic Department, 1991. pp. 7. This brochure presents a list of publications selected to help direct the student to more information about career possibilities outside the United States .
The Complete Guide To International Jobs & Careers. Krannich, Ronald and Caryl Krannich. Impact Publications, Manassas Park , VA , 1992. Includes many resources in various industries and areas, and advice on interviews, resumes, networking, and other aspects of getting one's desired international employment.
Directory of International Internships: A World Of Opportunities, 4 th ed. Gliozzo, Charles A. and Vernicka K. Tyson, ed. Office of Overseas Study, Michigan State University , 1998. pp. 163. A guide to international internships sponsored by educational institutions, governmental agencies, and various organizations.
Exploring International Careers '97: A World of Opportunity. The Office of International Programs, 1997. pp. 28. This is a booklet for the 11 th annual international careers conference sponsored by the Office of International Programs at the University of Kansas . The booklet includes a resource section to direct users to books, periodicals, web sites and organizations that may facilitate their job search.
Fellowships, Scholarships and Related Opportunities in International Education. Center for International Education, The University of Tennessee , 1989. pp. 66.
Funding for Research, Study and Travel. Cantrell, Karen, and Wallen, Denise. Oryx Press, 1987. pp. 301. A listing of foundations and institutions that offer funding opportunities for research, study and travel, including deadlines, application information and eligibility.
Guide to Careers in World Affairs. Foreign Policy Association, 1987. pp. 326. This book offers job hunters names and addresses of companies and organizations in a variety of fields (business, teaching, journalism, law, translating, nonprofit organizations, etc.) that offer international positions.
International Jobs: Where They Are, How To Get Them. Kocher, Eric. Addison Wesley Publications, New York , 1993. A valuable and comprehensive guide to international careers.
Latin American Job Search Information Workshop. University of Kansas , Center of Latin American Studies, 1999. This is a guide to resources for the Latin Americanist's job search.
Looking for Employment in Foreign Countries. Aulick, June L. World Trade Academy Press Inc., 1990. pp. 139. This book covers international commerce, federal jobs, private and voluntary organizations, and country profiles.
The Professional Job Changing System: An Easier Way to Find the Right New Job. Gerberg, Bob. Princeton/Masters Press, 1997. This book outlines a job changing system, which can be used to move up in a field, or out to another field.
Returning to Venezuela : The Venezuela Employment Guide for 1998 Graduates of U.S. and Canadian Universities. Kenkel O'Connor, Mary, ed. Asociación Venezolano-Americana de Amistad, Caracas, 1998. An employment guide aimed at Venezuelan students who received degrees from U.S. or Canadian universities.
Teach Overseas. Webster, Steve, Maple Tree Publishing Co., New York , 1984. pp. 420. This book has basic country information and addresses for government organizations and educational institutions for teachers who wish to teach overseas.
Teaching Overseas: The Caribbean and Latin American Area. Bowyer, Carlton H. and Burton Fox. Inter-Regional Center for Curriculum and Materials Development, Baranquilla, 1989. Contains information about American schools in the Caribbean , Central America , Mexico , Colombia , and Ecuador .
The Total Guide to Careers in International Affairs. Jeffries, Francis M. Jeffries and Associates, Inc., 1987. pp. 346.
Travel Programs in Central America. Central America Resource Center , 1990. pp. 58. A directory of study programs, awareness programs, service and employment opportunities, resources for travelers in Central America and travel information.