Today I’m at the Professional Language Association of Nevada’s fall conference with my PLC People and I’m excited to present to my fellow Nevadans. If you’re here at the conference (or if you wish you were here at the conference!) here are my slideshows with links to everything!
And…. I have a little give away for you too! I’ve been blessed to get a bunch of new titles in my Free Reading Library lately, which I’ve been devouring during our Free Reading time every class. I’ve just finished two books that I absolutely LOVED! Have you read:
Caras vemos hooked me right at the very beginning and each class that I read, I felt compelled to tell my Spanish 4s as the mystery unfolded. The main character wakes up in a park with no memory of what happened or even who she is! We had a great discussion of what they would do if the same thing happened to them! The language is simple without feeling too repetitive and I think this would be a great choice for level 2 students and beyond. This book is engaging, kept me guessing and I’ll admit it, our reading time got stretched out a bit longer because I wanted to keep reading! I know this is going to be a favorite in our class library- it’s one of mine!
Gritos en Granada Is a suspenseful thrillerish novel with a mysterious gypsy girl who keeps popping up and freaking out the main characters (and me!) It is fun to read and made me add Granada to my Travel Wish List! With the all the suspense and intrigue, this one would be a blast to read aloud as a class. The language is rich and colorful and level 3+ students will enjoy this one!
Want to add these books to your library?! I’m feeling generous because you’ve been generously buying from my Amazon Associate links! Thank you! Leave me a message below with your favorite Free Reading titles in your library! I’ll pick 2 random comments on September 20th, at 8:00 pm Pacific Time, and I’ll send you an email to get your mailing address…the Amazon elves will take care of the rest!
And if you’re feeling left out because you only teach Spanish 1 and you really want to win but those books would not be comprehensible for your little darlings, we’ll add these to the give away:
MIldred quiere un novio! and A Puerco le gusta hacer selfies! are cute Spanish picture books that are highly sought after when my Spanish 1s begin free reading in January. So comment with your favorite title in your library…and if you win and I’ll ask you which pair of books would be best for your little darlings!