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IN EVERY CHAPTER
• Chapter vocabulary (Past and Present Tense)
• Chapter Cognates (Past and Present Tense)
• Pre-reading discussion questions (Past and Present Tense)
• Pre-reading activities
• Reading comprehension
• Comprehension questions & quizzes (Past and Present Tense)
• Post-reading discussion questions
FEATURES AND HIGHLIGHTS
• Beyond-the-Text readings: Las llamas- ¿la mascota
perfecta?, Ciclovías, Mascotas
• Reader’s Theater
• Children’s games from Latin America and Spain
• Brain break activities like Shaving Cream Spelling
• Puzzle activities that inspire higher order thinking
• Graphing activities that incorporate math skills
• The traditional birthday song Las mañanitas
• Brandon’s Birthday Party!
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TEACHER’S GUIDE TO ACCOMPANY Brandon Brown quiere un perro
Level 1 Reader – Fiction, Humor
Unique Word Count: 100
Brandon Brown really wants a dog, but his mother is not quite so sure. A dog is a big responsibility for any age, much less a soon-to-be 9-year-old. Determined to get a dog, Brandon will do almost anything to get one, but will he do everything it takes to keep one…a secret?
The exceptionally 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 very beginning Spanish students. Each page is loaded with cognates (words that are similar in English and Spanish), recycled vocabulary, and illustrations, which makes this read highly comprehensible. Enjoy the story! The more you enjoy it, the more you will acquire Spanish without even realizing it! Happy reading!
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