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This month in Plaza Santillana, we honor all things literature.

From the Día internacional del libro to the Día internacional del libro infantil (International Children's Book Day), readers around the Spanish-speaking world are celebrating all the richness that great books bring to our lives.

Won't you celebrate with us? 

Apr 17 ¿Qué te gusta leer? Class Activity- Resouces for your Spanish Classroom

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¿Qué te gusta leer?

Activity for your Spanish Classroom


Apr 16 Leyenda escandinava. Actividad para tu clase- Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Apr 15 How to Teach Affirmative Commands in Spanish Class- Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Formal Command

As in English, in Spanish we use commands to give someone advice or to tell people what you would like them to do. Formal affirmative commands (usted & ustedes) are used when addressing people in a formal manner or to be polite. When you do not know well a person or when you are talking to people older than you, you should use a formal command. By using the formal command, you express respect for that person. Moreover, Hispanic people use commands while talking to/with doctors, supervisor, boss, priest, professors, etc. Last but not least, use these commands to address any group of people.

Apr 15 Register Today for the AATSP & Santillana USA Webinar – Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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AATSP, in association with Santillana USA Publishing Company,
is proud to bring you a WEBINAR on the following topic:

    Part 2

Tuesday, April 29 and Thursday, May 1, 2014

This educational activity is open to both AATSP members and all interested Spanish instructors K-12.

Participation in Reading in the K-12 World Language Classroom: Part 1 is not mandatory in order to participate in Part 2.

Click here for a full description of the webinar and registration information.

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