April is National Poetry Month! Share poems in Spanish with your global citizens. Spanish poems carefully selected for young bilingual kids. Many short, easy poems about seasons, animals and the natural world. Activities included.
Teaching Preterite Vs. Imperfect from the perspective of a first-year Spanish Teacher! This gives some details of a project done in Spanish 3 to help students understand the differences between the PRETERITE and the IMPERFECT tenses!! It worked for me, and I hope it helps you #Spanishlearning #PreteritevsImperfect #Firstyearteacher
According to Simmons, 76% of Hispanics 18 to 34 speak English at least half the time when outside the home. That doesn’t mean Hispanic young adults are giving up Spanish altogether. Many Hispanic Adult Millennials still live with their Spanish-speaking parents, and others who have moved out and formed their own families continue to speak it at home. As a result, they aren’t leaving Spanish behind. Millennials see Spanish as an important language for the future.