135+ pages! This comprehensive guide is a teacher’s best friend!
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IN EVERY CHAPTER
• Chapter vocabulary
• Pre-Reading discussion
• Comprehension questions
• Follow-up activity
FEATURES AND HIGHLIGHTS
• Slide Shows: Animals, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Afrocaribbean, Weather
• Extension writing with word clouds
• Interpretive Listening with the songs Orinoco and Espacio Sideral
• Beyond-the-text Cultural Readings: Laura Dekker story, La ruta extraterrestre, La ciudad perdida de Atlántida, Área 51, Hombres de negro
• Interactive Information Gap activity
TEACHER’S GUIDE TO ACCOMPANY Piratas-Triángulo de las Bermudas
Level 1/2 Reader – Sci-Fi Adventure
Unique Word Count: 265
When Tito and his father set sail from Florida to Maryland, they have no idea that their decision to pass through the Bermuda Triangle could completely change the course of their voyage, not to mention the course of their entire lives! They soon discover that rough seas and bad weather are the least of their worries, as they become entangled in a sinister plan to control the world and subsequently become the target of Henry Morgan and his band of pirates. Will they escape from the Triangle and from the pirates, and save their new friend, Carlos, in the process?
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 advanced 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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