Cine, español como lengua extranjera, lenguaje audiovisual, contexto social


This paper presents the use of a film, «Camila», in a class-group of Spanish as a foreign language. In order to explore the deep links between language practice and social context, the author uses a personal method that discovers them, using two elements called by her powerconcepts and knowledge skills.


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Silva, C. (2002). Critical reviews of a film. [Lecturas críticas de un mensaje cinematográfico]. Comunicar, 19, 92-96.



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