Hispanic Heritage Month National Hispanic Heritage Month September 15- October 15.

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  • Hispanic Heritage Month National Hispanic Heritage Month September 15- October 15

  • 2012 THEMEDiversity United, Building Americas Future Today

  • World Language Standard: Understand words and conceptsCLLCODCMT

  • CLL: Listening to and reading about everyday topicsCurrent events & Social eventsPersonal viewpoints, & Social media

    News about family and friends

  • COD: Listening to information about common classroom and academic topics (live or recorded events)Social studies; Arts; Mathematics; Science Science;Health; Physical education

    Career & Technical skills; Technology

  • CMT: Listening to and reading about topics from daily life(global citizens)Greetings; directions; current eventsClass discussions; Community events; Requests for community discourse/debate

    News broadcasts television and radio programs;Websites; Other social media

  • RESOURCEShttp://hispanicheritagemonth.gov/http://www.factmonster.com/hispanic-heritage-month/quizzes.htmlhttp://teacher.scholastic.com/activities/hispanic/index.htmhttp://www.smithsonianeducation.org/educators/lesson_plans/textiles/index.htmlhttp://www.teachervision.fen.com/hispanic-heritage-month/south-america/6629.html

  • RESOURCEShttp://www.apples4theteacher.com/coloring-pages/hispanic-heritage/http://www.bcps.org/offices/oea/pdf/cultural_heritage/Hispanic-Heritage-Resource-Packet.pdfhttp://www.lessonplanet.com/search?keywords=hispanic+heritage+monthhttp://exchange.smarttech.com/details.html?id=a5a93790-f7c8-440c-ad6c-45470322850c

  • Martina the Beautiful Cockroach: A Cuban Folktale - Carmen Agra Deedy

    Under the Royal Palms: a Childhood in Cuba - Alma Flor Ada Doa Flor - Pat Mora Magic Windows - Carmen Lomas Garza Juan Bobo Goes to Work - Marisa MontesWhere the Flame Trees Bloom - Alma Flor Ada Chato and the Party Animals - Gary Soto Harvesting Hope: The Story of Cesar Chvez - Kathleen KrullMama & Papa Have a Store - Amelia Lau Carling Charro: The Mexican Cowboy - George Ancona PK-23-5

  • Angels Ride Bikes: And Other Fall Poems - Francisco X. Alarcn

    Ivan Rodrguez - Tony DeMarco Xochtil and the Flowers - Jorge ArguetaEllen Ochoa: The First Hispanic Woman Astronaut - Romero MaritzaIn My Family Carmen Lomas Garza Return to Sender - Julia Alvrez Rainbow Tulip - Pat Mora The Day It Snowed Tortillas: A Classic from the American Southwest - Joe HayesGet Ready for Gabi: A Crazy Mixed Up Spanglish Day - Marisa Montes How Ta Lola Came to Stay - Julia Alvrez PK-23-5

  • The Firefly Letters - Margarita Engle

    Yo! - Julia Alvrez Journey of Dreams - Marge PellegrinoEl Bronx Remembered - Nicholasa MohrThe Smell of Old Lady Perfume Claudia Guadalupe Martnez How the Garcia Girls Lost their Accents - Julia Alvrez Among the Volcanoes - Omar S. Castaeda When I Was Puerto Rican - Esmeralda SantiagoCall Me Mara: a Novel - Judith Ortiz CoferAmerican Chica - Mara Arana 6-89-12

  • Cool Salsa: Bilingual Poems on Growing Up Latino in the United States - Lori Carlson

    Crazy Loco - David Talbot Rice Under the Same Sky - Cynthia DeFelico Kids Like Me - Judith M. Blohm, Terri Lapinsky Powells The Color of My Words - Lynn Joseph Before We Were Free - Julia Alvrez Cuba 15 - Nancy Osa I, Juan De Pareja - Elizabeth Borton de Trevino The Circuit: Stories From the Life of a Migrant Child - Francisco Jimnez Curse of the Chupa Cabra - Rudolfo Anaya 6-89-12

  • Topics: Heritage MonthDebatesImmigrationCivil RightsVoting Rights

  • Topics: Heritage MonthDebatesBilingual EducationAmnestyAffirmative Action

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