Upper School Students Create Spanish Books For Lower School
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Upper School Students Create Spanish Books For Lower School

Over the past month, students in Chary Jara's Spanish II HL classes used their creative skills to create something special for the Lower School Lynx.

Relating to the unit of childhood they were currently studying, students created a children's book written completely in Spanish.

"My students had to create a story in Spanish that included some traditions from a Spanish-speaking country of their choice while incorporating the vocabulary and grammar covered in this unit, that is, past tense and childhood vocabulary," department of World Languages Chair Chary Jara said. 

After spending a week working on the books, the students took the finished copies to the Lower School where they read them to second-grade students. 

"It has been wonderful collaborating with The Lower School Spanish teachers in this Spanish short story project for the past few years as our group of students can practice and grow in their language acquisition," Jara said. 

Posted by Steven Russell at 16:00