[TFLA-list] Spanish for Spanish speakers

Chacon, Guillermina gchacon at kleinisd.net
Thu May 23 11:13:51 EDT 2013

I used "Manual de gramatica y ortografia para hispanos" to teach the grammar and "Sendas literarias" as one of the books to read. Mina Chacon 
Spanish II & II PreAP 
Klein High School 

From: TFLAlist [mailto:tflalist-bounces at list.tfla.info] On Behalf Of Patricia Ríos
Sent: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 4:46 PM
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To teach Spanish 1 to Spanish native speakers is very hard. You have to focus in the use of grammar and practice it a lot, like the use of "acentos", c/s/z,, g/j, b/v, and make them to write essays in Spanish cultural related for them to gather also information about the background of the different aspects of the Spanish speaking world. 
You need to be very confident in your Spanish written and speaking skills. Besides some of your students may speak the language, but have never written or read it, so you will need to teach them those skills too. 
Good luck Patricia Ríos 
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From: "Pamela Carrillo" <pami2000 at gmail.com >
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Hi, I am interested in any ideas or lessons any has or has used for teaching Spanish I to Spanish speakers. 
Thanks, Pamela 
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On May 17, 2013, at 4:04 PM, "Carrillo, Luis 'Cesar'" <LCARRILL at houstonisd.org > wrote:
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I just wanted to know if any of your districts have a Latin curriculum already developed for middle school (6th grade)? 

Have a great weekend!


Luis 'César' Carrillo

Secondary Manager 

Languages Other Than English

Dual Credit

Houston Independent School District

4400 West 18th Street

Houston , Texas 77092

Office: 713-556-6951

Fax: 713-556-6899

lcarrill at houstonisd.org 

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