Mango, Abuela, and Me by Meg Medina My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is a super sweet story of the strong bond between a granddaughter and her grandmother, which transcends their language barrier. Mango, Abuela, and Me can be used in the classroom in critical literacy activities. Some of the themes that it addresses
Ever since I arrived in the U.S. as a student, I have also taught in the two major educational settings that receive English language learners in the country, and the two of them have some particular characteristics that I would like to describe here. School-aged children and adolescents who are speakers of other languages in
I made this video as an assignment to which I had to present an instructional strategy. I chose to talk about two strategies that I have used in my classroom and that are very useful for language learners. The first is academic conversations strategies to train students to discuss what they are learning in the classroom.