Today is World Read Aloud Day. My 6th grade Spanish students are going to participate in two ways. We have a classroom library of children’s Spanish books. The students are going to partner up and read to each other for 5 minutes. As a class, I am going to read aloud from the digital story: La historia de los Tres Cerditos from Northumberland NGfL. The students will be provided the link so they can check out the animations on their own and be encouraged to read it to someone at home.
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