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Archive for the day “August 27, 2013”

El Cuco by Erin Bas

Erin teaches in Chattanooga, TN and shared this Spanish reading with us.

She writes “I just wanted to share a reading I made for el Cuco.  I wanted to teach “El cuco” by Cienfue for my monsters unit, and I came across the lullaby in my research.  The embedded reading I created uses the structures “viene” and “dormirse,””

I’m excited for school to begin so that I can use it!  Hope that other Spanish teachers can too!

 

Here is Erin’s PowerPoint: El cuco-1 Erin Bas

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First Week of Spanish Embedded Reading!

 

Wow!!!!!  This post highlights a wonderful embedded reading written by Elizabeth Dentlinger for her beginning Spanish students!!  It appears in Spanish and English and her students loved it.  Teacher AND student-approved!!   It doesn’t get any better than that!

Sra Dentinger talks about how this worked with her students .    Find out more about this reading here!!

 

She just posted the slideshare link for the story….Click here..it’s fantastic and very current!!  High school students will love it.  (Since it is about Miley Cyrus Cuidado con the younger ones!)

 

Here is the real beauty of sharing…..not only could you use this story as is, you could adapt it for your own students.   Thanks so much Sra!

 

 

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