This resource describes how the module was adapted for use in different settings. We hope this story inspires your own use of the module and gives you insight into how to adapt the materials for your classroom.
Ruth Hoff: Environmental Justice and Freshwater Resources — Spanish Adaptation at Wittenberg University. I used this module in a half-semester, intermediate Spanish course called "El mundo físico" which covers geography and environmental issues of the Spanish-speaking world. The course is one of a series of our regularly taught 200-level Spanish courses which are content-driven, focusing on topics from a range of disciplines. The course was conducted entirely in Spanish, and classes varied in size from 8 to 17 students. Most of these students were on the front end of their coursework toward completing a major or minor in Spanish.
For examples of how the original, English-language version of this module was used at a variety of institutions, see Instructor Stories from the the original version of the Environmental Justice and Freshwater Resources module.
Ruth Hoff video Video for Ruth Hoff (MP4 Video 67.1MB May23 16)
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