I’ve been working to provide a lot more comprehensible input for my students, and the cool part is that the kids do most of the work! This story was created by my students using Spanglish during a 20 minute free-write. I needed more story scripts, and I received some pretty good ones! I told the kids that they had to write a problem, think of 3 ways to fix it, and write a conclusion. I edit the stories to fit into our department curriculum, remove some items that can be changed so that students can play a part in the stories (Mad Lib), and then we kidnapped some famous people.
Have fun, and thanks for watching.
Hola Sarah. Soy Alejandro, mexicano y profesor de español (hablante nativo). He visto tus videos y tu entusiasmo, ¡felicidades por esa motivación! Si necesitas mejorar tu español, yo puedo ayudarte con lecciones online. Saludos desde Guadalajara, México. Este es mi email: [email protected]
Gracias por la oferta, Alejandro! Eres muy generoso!
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