Chapter agenda is
quickly outlined in one page with instructions addressed to students.
Essential question and chapter objectives for every chapter.
Ready-to-go activities in an attractive layout. 154 total pages. Digital download.
Want your beginning students to read in Spanish and stick to the thematic curriculum of “Qué te gusta hacer”, “Cómo eres” and “La escuela”? Lacking material in Spanish that is comprehensible about the Day of the Dead? Tumba combines both goals.
This new reader is perfect for Spanish 1 or Spanish 1b at the end of October. Spanish 2 students will enjoy it for itsreadability.
As the Mexican Day of the Dead celebration approaches, Alex is skittish. He should be excited but his grandma’s creepy conversations with returning spirits is nerve-racking. Some say she is a witch and Alex is beginning to believe it. However, the discovery of grandpa’s sketchbook could change his mind.
Belonging to the genre of language learner literature this is an easy Spanish reader containing just 170 new vocabulary words and many English-Spanish cognates.