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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? 

Usando la literatura para enseñar español como segunda lengua

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Oct 19

Training at the KIPP Academy in Houston -- this particular group is middle school Spanish teachers discussing curriculum alignment and using literature to develop language and vocabulary.

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