If you have an extra broom and some food coloring you just might have the basics for a great activity for your Spanish classroom.
Popotillo is an art form practiced mostly in southern and central Mexico. There are many examples from as far back as pre-Columbian times and families still practice it today.
Dr. Peter B. Swanson
Georgia State University
For years it has been noted that language teaching and learning are social processes and that the teaching of language is the teaching of culture. Thanasoulas (2001) suggests that culture and communication are inseparable because “culture not only dictates who talks to whom, about what, and how the communication proceeds, it also helps to determine how people encode messages, the meanings they have for messages, and the conditions and circumstances under which various messages may or may not be sent, noticed, or interpreted.”
April is National Poetry Month! During this time, booksellers, librarians, parents, teachers, and students read, write and analyze poems while recognizing the literary accomplishments of many poets, both past and present.
¿Qué sabes sobre el quetzal?
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Critically-acclaimed Early Chapter Book now in Spanish!
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