"Who was?" and "What was?" Series, Now in Spanish! - Resources for your Spanish Classroom
The ¿Quién fue…? and ¿Qué fue…? series encourage students to learn about important historical figures and to relive history through exciting accounts of important historical events. Short chapters, engaging design and format, interesting facts and anecdotes, helpful full-page sidebars that expand on the narrative, maps and timelines that provide historical context, and illustrations and photographs that support comprehension motivate even the most reluctant readers to learn about historical figures, famous events and landmarks.
Click here to read more about ¿Quién fue Marie Curie?, a story about hard work, believing and never giving up.
Also, you can find complementary activities to your 3-5 class here.
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