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Spanish textbook recommendations

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by ashiraz, May 26, 2011.

  1. Any suggestions at all , please???
  2. spsmith45

    spsmith45 New commenter

    Did I hear that Listos is going out of print? I hear good things about Mira.
  3. pascuam49

    pascuam49 New commenter

    I know it's been some time since the last post on this thread but I wonder if someone can advise me on Listos 3 vs Mira OCR.
    My students (high ability) have started Spanish in Yr 10 using Espanol Mundial 1. This was one of two choices for ab initio courses. It is just OK when you start from scratch but it hasn't been easy to use and it has some flaws in it so I'm not keen on continuing to Espanol Mundial 2. The choice for Yr 11 then is between Listos 3 Rojo, which I have used in the past, and Mira, which seems to be replacing the Listos series.
    Is Mira a similar project to Listo? I really liked Listos as a resource. Anyone can help me decide?


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