Sneak peek: 100 must-have books to start your FVR library for heritage Spanish class. If you are just getting started with building your classroom library, but don’t have a ton of funds, you will want to purchase books that are sure to be a hit. To save you time and
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Sneak peek: How to set routines and expectations for free voluntary reading in heritage Spanish class. Free Voluntary Reading (FVR) is a core component of our classroom routine in heritage Spanish class. However, when I first inherited the heritage course at my school, we didn’t have a classroom library established.
Sneak Peek: Stef Soto, la reina del taco is a great book to add to your heritage speaker classroom library. This book is especially great for middle schoolers! *This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you click into one of the product links, I’ll earn a small percentage
Sneak peek: Inside you will find examples and best practices on how to write a grant proposal to fund acquiring Spanish-language books for your classroom library. Personally to date, I have received over $7,000 in funding for my classroom FVR library. Getting funding for your classroom can be daunting. It
Sneak Peek: In this article, you will find ideas for where to get funding for your FVR library. You probably don’t need much convincing on why building a classroom library would be useful. If you’re like me, the only thing standing in your way is that hefty price tag that
I first came across this title while reading Mike Peto’s blog- My Generation of Polyglots. I found this book to be a perfect reading level for the majority of my heritage students while at the same time being full of raw and authentic stories of immigration likely to engage my