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Casa Rosada The Casa Rosada (The Pink House) is the official seat of the executive branch of the government of Argentina, and of the offices of the President. The President normally lives at the Quinta de Olivos, a compound in Olivos, Buenos Aires Province. Its characteristic color is pink, and is considered one of the most emblematic buildings in Buenos Aires. It also has a museum, with objects related to the presidents of the country. It has been declared a National Historic Monument of…

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La Guerra Sucia - 2 graphic organizers created by Cynthia Hitz

La Guerra Sucia - 2 graphic organizers

Last week my Spanish 4 students read the last few chapters of La Guerra Sucia. I wanted to make sure they fully understood the plot in chapters 10 and 11, because my plans were for them to read the last chapter completely on their own. I experimented with a different technique while reading. I projected the sketches to the left on the board and then I read the chapter to the students. When they saw a sketch that matched the action in the text, they raised their hand and told me the letter of…

Teacher La Guerra Sucia

Reading La Guerra Sucia in Spanish Class

I have read La Guerra Sucia, a novel written by Nathaniel Kirby, several times with my students. Thanks to several teachers blogging about their lessons with this book (see Kristy Placido's lessons HERE and Carrie Toth's lessons HERE), I am quickly increasing the culture and connections when reading the book. Last year, Kristy posted a photo of herself with a gray wig and a white bandana which were the props she used when teaching her students about Las Abuelas de la Plaza de Mayo in…

Teaching Spanish w/ Comprehensible Input: La Guerra Sucia - 2 graphic organizers AND other links to materials

La Guerra Sucia - 2 graphic organizers

Last week my Spanish 4 students read the last few chapters of La Guerra Sucia. I wanted to make sure they fully understood the plot in chapters 10 and 11, because my plans were for them to read the last chapter completely on their own. I experimented with a different technique while reading. I projected the sketches to the left on the board and then I read the chapter to the students. When they saw a sketch that matched the action in the text, they raised their hand and told me the letter of…

La Guerra Sucia - mini cultural unit | Mis Clases Locas

La Guerra Sucia - mini cultural unit

In my Spanish 1 expansion course this trimester, culture & civilization, I sent out a Google form with many culture ideas that we could investigate and learn about as a class. One of their top choices was the Guerra Sucia in Argentina, so this is how we started the class. image source We started with this comprehensible culture unit from Martina Bex about the Madres de la Plaza de Mayo. We went through the discussion questions, Spanish language cultural reading, comprehension questions…

niños robados bajo las dictaduras (Argentina). TRAGIC History. A story that must be told.

Eneko 1823

Viñeta de Eneko para el número 1823 de interviú.

Un video en espanol que explica mucho de la historia de la Argentina incluso la Guerra Sucia

Mundo Zamba - en la Casa Rosada

Episodio completo de La Asombrosa Excursión de Zamba en la Casa Rosada.

En el país de Nomeacuerdo - animación sobre la recuperación por "abuelas de plaza de mayo" de nietos secuestrados durante la última dictadura argentina

en el pais de no me acuerdo

animación sobre la recuperación por "abuelas de plaza de mayo" de nietos secuestrados durante la última dictadura argentina

Station idea: Beginning with inquiry - La Guerra Sucia

Beginning with inquiry – La Guerra Sucia

Spanish 4 and 5 have certainly studied their fair share of wars and atrocities. Last year they learned about how the civil war in El Salvador led to the creation of the world’s most dangerous…

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Captive (2003) - IMDb

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La Guerra Sucia - mini cultural unit In my Spanish 1 expansion course this trimester, culture & civilization, I sent out a Google form with many culture ideas that we could investigate and learn about as a class. One of their top choices was the Guerra Sucia in Argentina, so this is how we started the class. image source We started with this comprehensible culture unit from Martina Bex about the Madres de la Plaza de Mayo. We went through the discussion questions, Spanish language cultu...

La Guerra Sucia - mini cultural unit

In my Spanish 1 expansion course this trimester, culture & civilization, I sent out a Google form with many culture ideas that we could investigate and learn about as a class. One of their top choices was the Guerra Sucia in Argentina, so this is how we started the class. image source We started with this comprehensible culture unit from Martina Bex about the Madres de la Plaza de Mayo. We went through the discussion questions, Spanish language cultural reading, comprehension questions…

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Día Nacional del Derecho a la Identidad - Canal Pakapaka

¡Bienvenidos al Canal oficial de youtube de Pakapaka! Todos tenemos derecho a conocer nuestra verdadera identidad, por eso seguimos apoyando el compromiso y ...

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La Guerra Sucia en Argentina

La dictadur a en Argentina y otros paises latinoamericanos

Teaching Spanish w/ Comprehensible Input: Reading La Guerra Sucia in Spanish Class

Reading La Guerra Sucia in Spanish Class

I have read La Guerra Sucia, a novel written by Nathaniel Kirby, several times with my students. Thanks to several teachers blogging about their lessons with this book (see Kristy Placido's lessons HERE and Carrie Toth's lessons HERE), I am quickly increasing the culture and connections when reading the book. Last year, Kristy posted a photo of herself with a gray wig and a white bandana which were the props she used when teaching her students about Las Abuelas de la Plaza de Mayo in…