99+ pages! This comprehensive guide is a teacher’s best friend!
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IN EVERY CHAPTER
• Chapter vocabulary
• Pre-reading discussion questions
• Reading activities
• Comprehension activities
• Post-reading discussion questions
• Culminating activity
FEATURES AND HIGHLIGHTS
• Interpretive reading: transcript of native speakers sharing travel experiences
• Slideshows: Chapter review slideshows, IxtapaZihua, Full novel review
• Kinesthetic activities
• Beyond-the-Text: Ixtapa, MX, Afuera del Club Paraíso, Viajar seguro/El ópalo, La cruz roja mexicana, El tráfico de drogas en la frontera
TEACHER’S GUIDE TO ACCOMPANY Problemas en Paraíso
Level 1/2 Reader – Suspense, Humor
Unique Word Count: 250
Victoria Andalucci and her 16-year-old son, Tyler, are enjoying a fun-filled vacation at Club Paradise in Mexico. A typical teenager, Tyler spends his days on the beach with the other teens from Club Chevere, while his mother attends a conference and explores Mexico. Her quest for adventure is definitely quenched, as she ventures out of the resort and finds herself alone and in a perilous fight for her life! Will she survive the treacherous predicament long enough for someone to save her?
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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