Friday, August 22, 2008

Tecla: an online magazine for teachers and students of Spanish

I don't know why I keep forgetting about this wonderful resource, but I thought if I blogged about it, then perhaps I would remember it better. Let's see if it works...

Tecla is a monthly magazine published by the Consejería de Educación which is part of the Spanish Embassy in the United Kingdom. Each month there are three articles at three different levels (beginner, intermediate, advanced). Comprehension exercises accompany each one along with the answers so that you can check yourself.

I could see this as a resource for the classroom teacher, homeschool teacher and adults who are studying Spanish on their own.

Edited: Updated link - 2/27/2012


Graham said...

One of the great things about Tecla, I think, is the wide variety of interesting topics covered in the articles. These range, for example, from science and technology (e.g. transgenic tomatoes), though popular culture, to history (e.g. medieval Casillian princess becoming queen consort of England).

Karen said...

Good point, Graham. Quite a variety they have.

Thanks for stopping by!

Anonymous said...

what do you type in to get the TECLA website please


Karen said...

Colin, I've updated the link. :)