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Spanish / English Read & Understand, Grade 3 (Spanish Edition) by Moore, Jo Ellen (2005)

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  • By eugene2g on July 21, 2012

    I use these books to teach Spanish 1 and Spanish 2 to Junior High and High School students. (The 2nd grade book for Spanish 1 and the 3rd grade book for Spanish 2.) It is amazing how much even beginning Spanish students can understand when they read vocabulary in context! The stories are written simply, with repetitive vocabulary. The comprehension pages that follow encourage students to write in their second language. While the comprehension pages are designed for younger students reading in their native tongue, they work perfectly for older students learning a second language by using concepts such as opposites, synonyms, and prediction. I make my own reading vocabulary test for each story by listing phrases from story and requiring translation. Students are then able to translate phrases even when they contain verb ending they haven't yet formally learned. It is a much more natural way of being introduced to common vocabulary and verb endings. After designing curriculum around these books, I certainly hope they never stop selling them!

  • By Guest on December 23, 2007

    This is a wonderful resource for teachers who work with bilingual classes. All the stories are written in both Spanish and English so that you can have all your students working on the same skills no matter which their main language of instruction is. Stories include both fiction and nonfiction passages. Some of the topics covered in the selections are: Johnny Appleseed, Daedalus and Icarus, Crocodiles and Alligators, Bats, The Hare and the Tortoise, The Messiest Room in Town, Pecos Bill, and many more.This wonderful book contains 25 different stories, and each one is followed by a series of exercises to develop reading skills. Some exercises included are: open ended and multiple choice comprehension questions, drawing, cutting and pasting events for sequencing, compare and contrast, inferencing, vocabulary crosswords, matchups, and many more.This book is full of great ideas and is a must for every bilingual teacher. Great for third grade classes, but may as well be used for fourth graders or high-level second graders.

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