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Spanish Teacher, strong believer in Storytelling/CI instruction, 2018 Iowa World Language Teacher of the Year, and father of two beautiful little boys.
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Spanish Cuentos 3h
Replying to @Joncolombia75
Yo viví en Ames muchos años =). ¿En qué parte de Colombia vive?
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Spanish Cuentos 10h
Replying to @tarafarah7
Colombia is a good choice =)
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Rocío Martínez Dec 4
We got the books!!!!! We are ready to read some awesome novels in Spanish class from for our students. Thank you so much PTA for their generosity. Let's read and . We have a class set of both books!!! Can't wait!!!
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Spanish Cuentos Dec 4
Born in🇨🇴 Live in 🇺🇸 First country I traveled to 🇻🇪 Last country I traveled to 🇫🇷 Country I miss the most 🇸🇬 Country I hope to see the most 🇨🇺 Country I will most likely visit next 🇵🇪 And you?
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Rose Dec 3
I make mistakes jn lesson materials. We call them "nuggets of whoopsie." Sometimes they're small, like typos. Sometimes they're big structural mistakes, like forgetting that one class of 5th grade never read Episodio 2 of La Piñata de Renata. 🙃
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Paulino Brener Dec 2
"La familia de Federico Rico" - A super easy reader with over 200 illustrations, many cultural notes, dictionary and footnotes. It’s a book that first-year students can easily grasp. by
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Spanish Cuentos Dec 2
Medellín, Colombia - A great place to be during Christmas. Antigua, Guatemala and other beautiful locations on this list:
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Cerveaux non disponibles Nov 30
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Spanish Cuentos Nov 30
La familia de Federico Rico - A super easy reader with over 200 illustrations, many cultural notes, dictionary and footnotes. It’s a book that first-year students can easily grasp. My students consider it to be one of the easiest readers in our class.
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EL TIEMPO Nov 30
En Bogotá también cantaron "Y la culpa no era mía, ni dónde estaba, ni cómo vestía"✊. Al menos 200 mujeres, cargando papeles con nombres de víctimas de feminicidio en el país, se reunieron en el Park Way este sábado para entonar la canción chilena 'Un violador en tu camino' 👇
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Diego Ojeda Nov 27
¡PAPACITO! THE BOOK ALL SPANISH 1 AND 2 STUDENTS WANT TO READ.
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Spanish Cuentos Nov 26
¡Qué hermosura! con sus estudiantes de segundo grado leyendo El ratón Pablito.
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Sarah Breckley Nov 21
If you're at , you NEED to buy ALL the comprehension-based readers!!! This video message is for you!
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Sam Finneseth Nov 21
It’s a good day to personally advicate for world language programming and teachers to better serve all students.
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Spanish Cuentos Nov 20
Mira la creatividad de este maestro peruano:
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Diego Ojeda Nov 17
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Diego Ojeda Nov 14
Ready in Tacoma, WA.
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Diego Ojeda Nov 10
Sometimes we believe that the only way we can shine is through someone else’s mirror. Not true! Don’t waste time waiting for others to notice your light. Go ahead and share who you are and what you have.
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Diego Ojeda Nov 11
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Diego Ojeda Nov 13
Five happy and proud Salt Lake City teachers at my seminar showing off their new books by and
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