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IN EVERY CHAPTER
• Vocabulary (Present and Past Tense)
• Cognates (Present and Past Tense)
• Pre-reading questions
• Comprehension questions (Present and Past)
• Blooming Comprehension Questions
• Quiz (Present and Past Tense)
• Extension Activities
ₒ “Caiste en la trampa” Game
ₒ Marker Partner Game
ₒ TEN scripts for Reader’s Theater
ₒ 4 full-color illustrated cultural slideshows
– El acoso escolar
– Las escuelas mexicanas
– Las aplicaciones más populares
– Las alergias extrañas
FEATURES AND HIGHLIGHTS
• Hands-on with manipulative activities
• Interpretive reading- six cultural readings
– De Venezuela a Ohio
– El robo del examen
– Si mi hijo hiciera trampa
– Los castigos escolares
– Mi escuela
– Youtubers mexicanos
• Higher order thinking through word games and secret
• Infographic activities
• Various activities focusing on SPECIFIC reading strategies
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TEACHER’S GUIDE TO ACCOMPANY Brandon Brown hace trampa
Level 1 Reader – Fiction, Humor
Unique Word Count: 100
Liam is a new student with a lot of secrets. Brandon is determined to discover his secrets and know exactly why everyone must “take precautions” and “stay alert.” Brandon’s suspicions get the best of him, and he’s caught in the act of…CHEATING?! Will Brandon discover the truth and escape the penalty for cheating?
The low unique word count and high frequency factor (the number of times core structures are embedded in the text) make this an ideal read for beginning Spanish students. Remember, the principle behind providing the this comprehension-based reader in two tenses is NOT to focus on grammar, but rather to focus on the story in the tense in which the reader and/or teacher feels most comfortable. Enjoy the story! The more you enjoy it, the more you will acquire Spanish without even realizing it! Happy reading!
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