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THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK COLLEGE AT BROCKPORT & STUDY ABROAD IN CUERNAVACA, MORELOS, MEXICO

Dr. James J. Horn.  Tomado de: https://jimhornnews.com/2019/04/08/the-state-university-of-new-york-college-at-brockport-study-abroad-in-cuernavaca-morelos-mexico/ The State University of New York (SUNY) College at Brockport has a long history of engagement in Study Abroad in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico, a celebrated center for teaching Spanish as a second language. In the 1960s, the college offered limited opportunities for student experiences overseas. During his tenure from 1965 to 1981, President

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Juegos y juguetes mexicanos: la matatena.

¡Este juego tiene una antigüedad mayor a la que pensamos!  Nuestros abuelos lo jugaban, nuestros padres y algunos de nosotros también. Pero, ¿sabías que la palabra matatena, viene del náhuatl matetena?. Maitl mano, tetl piedra y tena lía llenar. La Matatena o Matatenas es un juego muy peculiar en México en el que influye principalmente la destreza de los participantes, y en mucha menor medida

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Tradiciones morelenses

A pesar de ser uno de los estados más pequeños de la República mexicana y colindar con la Ciudad de México, Morelos es un estado lleno de costumbres y tradiciones que tanto turistas como locales celebran y algunas de ellas son: La Feria de Tlaltenango: Fue fundada en 1750. Esta es una de las celebraciones más populares de la capital, Cuernavaca. En

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Language comes alive for LT Spanish students: Chicago Tribune

Over spring break, 34 Lyons Township High School students and two teachers travelled to Cuernavaca, Mexico, a city of 1.5 million people located about 70 miles south of Mexico City, and were completely immersed in the Mexican culture and language. Students attended classes at the Universidad Internacional in Cuernavaca, a specialty school of linguistics. They studied in small classes, with anywhere

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Last summer I enrolled my kids in Spanish classes, hey loved the experience…

Last summer I went to Mexico to the Universidad Internacional to do some training in Spanish for health professions. I enrolled my kids in Spanish classes and a summer camp where they spent three weeks learning Spanish and hanging out with Mexican children. It was not easy for them at first but in the end they loved the experience. It

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The Spanish language school at Universidad Internacional was superb and is in an unbelievably beautiful setting

April 12, 2017 James K.  Scott, Ph.D. Director of the International Center Interim vice provost for International Programs Dear Jim, I had the opportunity to be on the other side of the study abroad experience last month when I went on the OSHER study abroad trip to Cuernavaca, Mexico with a group led by Judy Elliott. I’m happy to say that

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Las familias anfitrionas

«The Mexican host families are simply phenomenal. They provide our students with their meals, transportation, and take care of them all as if they were their own daughters and siblings. It’s great to hear stories from our students telling us how much fun they have when the host families take them to do some Zumba, or when they play with their

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Spanish in Mexico: University of Missouri- Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes Program at Universidad Internacional in Cuernavaca

  The Bernard Osher Foundation makes grants and endowment gifts to colleges, universities, and other non-profit organizations in four program areas: post-secondary scholarships, lifelong learning institutes for seasoned adults, select integrative medicine programs, and arts and educational organizations. The University of Missouri- Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes Program is a succesfull program leaded in Cuernavaca for more than 10 years by Dr. Judy Elliott.

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LEARNING SPANISH IN CUERNAVACA, MEXICO: POSTCARDS FROM A POSTMEXICAN

The new nacionalism? Illegal mexicans or new americans?  Read about a twentieth-century person who is trying to make sense of the twenty first century with its transnational and postnational realities that many people live today in countries such as Mexico. Everyday, especially today in the Era of Trump, we experience a bewildering, constantly changing hybrid world, always intending to adapt

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I want to thank Uninter for the wonderful Spanish language immersion experience I had in January: Michael Horvath

I want to thank Uninter for the wonderful Spanish language immersion experience I had in January. The school and all the staff were incredible and I learned so much during my stay. The classroom time went by so quickly and I didn’t want them to end! The residence was impeccable and the hospitality was first rate. I did not know

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Testimonial from a Putney School former student in Cuernavaca

Dear Putney, I want to talk to you about something many of you are already doing. Among you are a bunch of students who have left their homes and cultures to come see what Putney has to offer. They have integrated themselves into this community and have brought bits of their home to mix in. This is exactly the environment

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Carta de un estudiante de español al Presidente de la Universidad Internacional

March 4, 2015 Ing. Javier Espinosa Romero President Universidad Internacional Apdo. Post. 1520 C.P. 62000 Cuernavaca, Morelos MEXICO Dear President Espinosa:   On Friday, February 27, 2015, the two of us spoke briefly at an afternoon reception for 10 students from the United States (led by profesora Judy Elliott) who had just finished a two-week Spanish immersion program. The remarks I made are

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«Pensadores de Pagosa» en la Universidad Internacional

Pagosans in Mexico. By Jean Broderick. A group of 8 friends, linked by their desire to learn Spanish, recently returned from 2 weeks of concentrated study and enjoyable side excursions in Cuernavaca, Mexico. The group was led by Jean Broderick, who has been teaching Spanish to friends and neighbors for the past couple of years. The intensive Spanish immersion program

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