The legend of El Callejón del Beso from Guanajuato, Mexico, for level 3 students
430 Spanish words, including 50 cognates in a 2,767-word story with past, present, and future tenses, and conditional mode and present and past subjunctive. The vocabulary
is high frequency and includes the 24 highest frequency verbs in Spanish as well as words appropriate to the time period of 200 years ago.
Olivia y los monos is an easy low-level Spanish novella for true beginners. It is almost entirely in the present tense with a smattering of past tense and no subjunctive. With about 285 unique words (not including obvious cognates) and plenty of repetition, it tells a 2,700-word story. A full glossary for each of the seven chapters is included.
El Cóndor de los Andes is an engaging and inspiring story written for Spanish 4 students. It is the perfect novel to read with your level 3-4 classes, AP Spanish classes as well as IB Spanish classes. It is based on real events, which makes it very appealing, but it’s intertwined in a very compelling story that will touch your heart. It has a lot of cultural components, and since it tackles a relevant and current topic, you can find a lot of authentic support materials online (songs, news report, videos), that you could use along with the book. It has a glossary organized by chapters, which helps students find the words easier.
EL CAMINO DEL CAFÉ is an engaging and inspiring story written for Spanish 4 students. It is the perfect novel to read with your level 4 classes, AP and IB Spanish classes. It will take you around the world, showing you the journey coffee beans took before they arrived to this beautiful land, where they could finally reach their perfect state. By the end of the novel, your knowledge about coffee and your way of appreciating it will definitely change. This novel has a lot of cultural components that will bring students closer to the coffee culture in Colombia. It has a glossary, alphabetically organized, including common expressions that are part of our day to day language. Synopsis: “Por décadas, el café de Colombia ha sido reconocido a nivel mundial como el mejor y el más suave. Según los expertos, sus granos tienen los atributos perfectos. Pero, ¿de dónde es originario el café y cómo llegó a Colombia? Esta es una historia maravillosa, que llevará al lector por una aventura alrededor del mundo, mostrándole el camino del café.”
Advanced Spanish test preparation manual for teacher preparation exams such as the Praxis or Berlitz.
Extensive readings, tips and tricks for advanced test preparation, writing prompts, suggestions for tv series and news programs for listening comprehension and more.
One-on-one tutoring and test preparation by Skype available separately for $20 per hour with Nathalia Sanchez.
This E-book download is about Isabela, a little girl travelling in Mexico with her mother who desperately wants a puppy. It is written in easy Spanish using a vocabulary of only 46 distinct words including 18 cognates to tell a 227 word story.