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This is a list of famous Afro-Latinos that I use with my famous Afro-Latinos project. It includes 90 people/groups from a variety of countries, time periods, and fields. It makes my life a lot easier to have a list for students to choose from. I cut it up into slips and have the students draw nam
Research project designed for high school students to explore the rich, diverse culture of afro-latinos across the Americas. Project was created as a follow up to this video but is easily adaptable to any lesson!
A list of 46 Afro- Latinos, each name is a link that will bring the student to either a biography site, or a site with general information about the person. Students can use this list and the links to find out about each person quickly, if they are choosing who to research. *No links are to wikipedi
7th - 12th
This 4 page article is based on the information in the free documentary 'Afro-Latinos: La Historia Que Nunca Nos Contaron'. This reading is perfect for Black History Month. It is designed for level II and III learners written in the present and past tense with vocabulary footnotes for differentiat
This 34 page bundle is chock full of resources to help celebrate the rich history of the Afro-Latinos in your Spanish classroom. This unit was designed for level II or III students and includes a 4 page Spanish reading (present and past) with grammar supplements as well as 2 video guides, 3 assess
This document contains instructions for the Kagan strategy "Quiz Quiz Trade" and an example set of question cards about notable Afro-latinos, written about the 20 figures from this slideshow.
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In this lesson activity, students will examine Elizabeth Acevedo's poem, Afro-Latina, using See, Think, Wonder. This ready-made slideshow will engage your students in a deep discussion of Afro-Latinos intersectionality, heritage and identity. This lesson uses Dr. Muhammad's equity framework for Cult
Includes links to two YouTube videos and comprehension/reflection questions in English for students to answer after watching.These videos lead to great classroom discussion on the topics of afro-latinos and latin influence in America.This activity is great for sub plans, independent work day, or a r
This product contains a simplified definition of the term 'Afrolatino' as a projectable reading and a Wordoku puzzle. It is comprehensible to first year Spanish students.Click here to purchase a product featuring 20 biographies in easy-to-read Spanish of notable Afro-latinos
6th - 11th
Use these two viewing guides in your Spanish classes as you watch videos suggested in the plans linked here.
7th - 12th
Celebrate Women's Month by learning a little bit more about one of our favorite bilingual authors, Elizabeth Acevedo. We hope you enjoy this freebie! Please condor leaving us some feedback and thank you for stopping by our shop!xoxo - Holy Frijoles

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