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Do you or the teachers you work with feel like they don't have ENOUGH SPANISH BOOKS? They probably don't, but the answer is not - BUY MORE NOW. The answer is let's figure out what they have, what they want, and what is available. This will help temper the hunger and leave everyone satisfied!
Start your school year with personal narratives in reading and writing and open the doors to your students to share stories with each other. Stories are one of the best ways to get to know others - their experiences, their likes and dislikes, and their close community.
Resources and tips to set-up and prepare for Parent - Teacher conferences
We celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, we celebrate the authors and artists from Latin America that have contributed to the fabric of our culture. There is an infinite number of people to recognize, however, we have reading materials to support the stories of some. Do you know them?
We are very intentional about building relationships with students, at the beginning of the school year. However, we know that this is a yearlong process. It is a process that has three stages: basic information, academic, and the Champion stage. This post explores those three stages, provides some tools to support them, and inspiration from Rita Pierson, a veteran teacher!