Boyles, Peggy Palo. "The Classroom." In
. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2004. 45-64. The textbook that Spanish teachers use in New Haven Public Schools. The images from above are emulations of the images in the textbook using PowerPoint to avoid copyright issues. The text is quoted.
"The Brain From Top to Bottom."
The Brain From Top to Bottom.
http://thebrain.mcgill.ca/flash/d/d_10/d_10_cr/d_10_cr_lan/d_10_cr_lan.html (accessed July 21, 2014). An article about Broca's area and Wernicke's area from McGill University. They use "copyleft" so the image above is open source.
Dickson, Peter. "Using the Target Language: A View from the Classroom."
National Foundation for Educational Research
(1996): 1-27. A survey taken by teachers to discuss the challenges of staying in only the target language when teaching a foreign language.
Hirsch, Joy, Lisa M. Deangelis, Maximilian I. Ruge, Philip H. Gutin, Mark M. Souweidane, Mark H. Bilsky, George Krol, Douglas R. Labar, Norman R. Relkin, Jonathan D. Victor, Denise D. Correa, and Karl H. S. Kim. "An Integrated Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Procedure for Preoperative Mapping of Cortical Areas Associated with Tactile, Motor, Language, and Visual Functions."
47, no. 3 (2000): 711-722. A study conducted which included research about bilingual people and how the sections in their brains were associated with one another.
Lee, Jang Ho. "Implications for Language Diversity in Instruction in the Context of Target Language Classrooms: Development of a Preliminary Model of the Effectiveness of Teacher Code-Switching ."
English Teaching: Practice and Critique
11, no. 4 (2012): 137-160. http://education.waikato.ac.nz/research/files/etpc/files/2012v11n4art9.pdf (accessed June 4, 2012). An article about the effectiveness of using only the target language in a classroom. Discusses the types of assumptions that are made when teaching a language.
Whitley, M. Stanley, and Patricia V. Lunn,
Teaching Spanish Grammar with Pictures: How to Use William Bull's Visual Grammar of Spanish
. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2010.
Teaching Spanish Grammar with Pictures
has many sets of pictures that are to be used in conjunction with each other to teach several different grammatical concepts such as SER vs ESTAR and POR vs PARA.
Pictures for Language Learning
. Cambridge [England]: Cambridge University Press, 1989. Wright gives many examples on how to use images to teach language. Many of his examples can be used for teaching Spanish, in particular, vocabulary, functions, and skills.