Resources for Nahuatl

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General Interactive
Grammar Exercises
Grammar Tutorials
Just for Fun

Listening Practice
General News
General Video
General Reading
Research
Role-Playing Games
Teacher Resources
Text and Voice Chat
Sites Students Can Contribute to (authentic production)
Vocabulary
Writing and Composition/Rhetoric
Comprehensive Sites




Nahuatl (unsorted)
Mexica - Sitio dedicado al aprendizaje de náhuatl. Incluye un curso sencillo y prácticas de traducción. http://mexica.ohui.net/
Náhuatl Interactivo - Esta página te permite aprender vocabulario del idioma náhuatl de manera interactiva http://www.elosiodelosantos.com/nahuatl.html
All Dict - Online collaborative dictionary project Students can help! http://www.dicts.info/

Sites Students Can Contribute to (authentic production)
All Dict - Online collaborative dictionary project Students can help! http://www.dicts.info/
Nibipedia - a site created and run by two guys in a garage (much the way Microsoft started). The purpose of this site is to link educationally-valuable video (mostly from YouTube) with relevant Wikipedia articles and/or related videos. Students can add "nibs" (links to other videos or articles) http://nibipedia.com/
Voice Thread - Here you can upload images or videos for others to comment on. The main page is at http://voicethread.com/ One example of a good school activity is at a thread called "What Could It Mean?" at http://voicethread.com/share/48359
Wikispaces - This site is a wiki created at Wikispaces. All tools are online. Use of wikispaces' basic functions is free. Students can collaboratively create entire websites about topics that are lacking on the Web. http://www.wikispaces.com/
Wiktionary - companion project to Wikipedia. Online multilingual dictionaries that anyone can edit. http://wiktionary.org/
Second Life: The fastest growing Multi User Virtual Environment (MUVE) on the Web, a 3D virtual world that you can explore in the guise of your chosen avatar. Students can create spaces and objects here. http://www.secondlife.com.




Nahuatl Page Collaborators


Name (how you wish to be known here)
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Leigh Thelmadatter
leigh@itesm.mx / osamadre@hotmail.com