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Talking about music: Ethnographic interviews on traditional Hispanic songs. In Languages for Today's World 

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Heusinkveld, P. (2006). Talking about music: Ethnographic interviews on traditional Hispanic songs . In Cherry, C. M. (Ed.), Languages for Today's World. (pp. 61-76). Valdosta, GA: Southern Conference on Language Teaching.

This article offer classroom examples for Spanish teachers. Heusinkveld talks about the connection between culture and traditional music, discussing ways in which students can become engaged in the cultural underpinnings of the authentic music they examine in the FL classroom through opportunities to discuss with native speakers the memories, overall impressions, and special associations they experience when they hear particular songs. She includes a Music Self-Awareness Survey, selected resources for music in the FL class, as well as several useful activities.

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Subtitle:Languages for Today's World
Author(s):Heusinkveld, P.
Publisher:Southern Conference on Language Teaching
Publication Date(s):1/1/2006
Volume:Valdosta, GA
ISBN:Cherry, C. M.
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