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 Language: Spanish
[Princeton Film Center Crew Outside the Museo De Bellas Artes]

[Princeton Film Center Crew Outside the Museo De Bellas Artes]

Date: 1948~
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph taken at the time that the film series, Venezuela on the March, was filmed in Venezuela by crew of the Princeton Film Center.
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[Tercio de Varas]

[Tercio de Varas]

Date: 1948~
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a bullring during the Tercio de varas (the lancing third) segment of a bull fight. The focus is on the bull and a picador. Taken in Venezuela during the time that the Princeton Film Center crew filmed the series, Venezuela on the March.
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Arteries of Progress

Arteries of Progress

Date: 1949
Creator: unknown
Description: A film on transportation in Venezuela.
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Con Salud Venceremos

Con Salud Venceremos

Date: 1949
Creator: unknown
Description: This film looks at health care and disease prevention in Venezuela.
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Venezuela Elige su Destino: Narracion Fotografica de las Elecciones de 1947

Venezuela Elige su Destino: Narracion Fotografica de las Elecciones de 1947

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: This Spanish language film explores Venezuela and Venezuela's 1947 presidential elections.
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Teaching Reading to Spanish Speakers (MP 1544)

Teaching Reading to Spanish Speakers (MP 1544)

Date: 1975
Creator: Region One Education Service Center of Edinburg, Texas
Description: This educational film concerns educational techniques for teaching Spanish-language kindergarten students how to read in English. Techniques include teaching children to read in Spanish before learning to read in English. The film discusses a 3-year pilot program to teach these techniques at the Lamar School in Edinburg, Texas, which began in 1969. Kindergarten and first grade teachers Marcelia Reyes, Ninfa Guerra, Eva Corona, and Christina Chavez discuss their positive experiences with the bilingual education method discussed in the film. The narrator introduces Jacinto Lopez, a child who came from Mexico not knowing any English, went through the program, and now tested at the third grade level on the California Achievement and SPACHE tests. The film concludes with other students involved in the pilot program and their scores on the CAT and SPACHE tests.
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