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Every year, Americans around the nation get together to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15th through October 15th. The contributions Hispanic Americans have made to the United States are endless and inspiring, and they have had a profound and positive impact on our county.

Ada & Campoy's Poetry Bible for Teachers - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Aug 18

 

A Must Have Resource for

Understanding and Using

Spanish Poetry in the Classroom

 

Está linda la mar

 

Alma Flor Ada and F. Isabel Campoy
Está linda la mar: Para entender la poesía y usarla en el aula
(How Beautiful Is the Sea: Understanding and Using Poetry in the Classroom)

     


These pages offer a complete theoretical guide to poetry, as well as a great variety of examples to read, explore, and enjoy poetry, and to write different types of poems with students of all ages.

Poetry is an enduring gift that we can give children and young people. Through poetry, they effortlessly enrich their vocabulary and mastery of language; additionally, they acquire a better understanding of who they are and a capability for thoughtful reflection that will serve them in all aspects of learning.

This book has been written with a deep recognition of the work that teachers do: work that we have been fortunate to witness throughout many years. Its purpose is to help you to share poetry with your students, to guide them in its analysis and enjoyment, and to encourage them to discover that they, too, can be poets.


Other Poetry-Related Titles by the Same Authors:

 

Todo es canción

Todo es canción
(Everything is a Song)

 

Poesía eres tú

Poesía eres tú
(Poetry is You)

 

PimpónPimpón
(Dreaming Fish)

Antón Pirulero

Antón Pirulero
(Laughing Crocodiles)

Mambrú

Mambrú
(Singing Horse)

Chuchurumbé

Chuchurumbé
(Flying Dragon)


Find this Poetry Manual in the  A+ Spanish Poetry Kits


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Gabby Cruz October 3, 2015 at 2:16 PM Reply
Where can I buy this book? Esta linda la mar.
Spanish Classroom October 12, 2015 at 12:16 PM Reply
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