Posts Tagged Books I Love

¿Cómo puedo ayudar a que mi hij@ aprenda inglés?

Una de las preguntas que más me hacen como profesora de lengua extranjera es “¿Cómo puedo ayudar a mis hijos a aprender inglés si no lo hablamos en casa?”. Hace 10 años esta pregunta no era común, pero ahora es una de las preocupaciones de las familias al educar a sus hijos.

“¿Es suficiente ponerles la TV en inglés en casa?”

“¿Qué pasa si les intento hablar en inglés y mi pronunciación no es buena o no tengo suficiente nivel de inglés?

Smiling cute school girl making faces in front of a blackboard

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The Very Hungry Caterpillar

If you are a book addict like I am, you know the thrill of finding an amazing book.

“The very hungry caterpillar” was love at first sight for me and with this book began the journey of discovering my favorite children’s author, Eric Carle.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

If you are looking for books to read to your English class and you haven’t met him, don’t waste any more time and go find a book of his.

Each and every one of his books are amazing: The illustrations, the simplicity of writing, the endless possibilities to interest kids in vocabulary through a story, the teaching possibilities and more; and The Very Hungry Caterpillar has all of these traits packaged into one beautiful book. Leer más

“Go Away, Big Green Monster”

I consider books and storytelling the backbone of my class. Without them kids just wouldn’t grow as much, nor construct so much meaningful language and interactions.

I’m starting a series of posts about books that I love to read and to teach at school; books I absolutely MUST have and cannot go through the year without sharing them with my students.

I’ll be posting ideas and links to resources in each of these posts.

This is the first in the series of posts, so let’s get down to it:

“Go Away, Big, Green Monster”

By Ed Emberley

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