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Celebrate Black History Month with this printable research poster project!There are 40 templates with names of famous Afro-Latinos filled in. You can print them off and let students choose, assign people to research, or post the sheets as a fast finisher option to create a bulletin board or display!
These music bell ringers or brain breaks for Spanish class are perfect for Black History Month. There are culture filled songs from afro-latinx artists that can be adapted for all levels including Spanish 1, Spanish 2, Spanish 3 & Spanish 4 as a way to bring diverse music to Spanish class.This r
Let your students explore cultural traditions around the world! Content is discovered via an interactive Google My Map full of images, readings, and videos! Time saver for you and engaging for students!This version of the resource includes options! There is a complete version of the activity in S
I have used this activity as a way for students to begin learning about Afro-Latinos during Black History Month in February. But it's perfect for distance learning any time of year.This resource includes links to 6 YouTube videos and the length of each video is in (parenthesis) next to each link.Ei
These editable Google Slides music bell ringers or brain breaks for Spanish class are perfect for any time of the year in Spanish class to showcase the diversity of the Spanish speaking world. In particular, you could use one song per day or a music bracket for Black History Month. There are cultur
Looking for a creative way to celebrate Black History Month? Interested in merging interests and increasing representation? Curious about celebrating African culture in the Spanish classroom? Look no further than this research project! ****************************************************************
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education

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Let your students explore history and culture around the world! Content is discovered via an online interactive Google Map through images, readings, and videos! Time saver for you and engaging for students!Reading and questions are in Spanish and explore a variety of countries and people. Some of th
Handout in PDF is for a Webquest for Afro Latinos and the celebration of Black History Month. Webquest contains 15 questions in Spanish for students to look up. Key is provided.PPT (Microsoft '97) is also included. PPT has 21 slides. Also included is a worksheet.https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/P
Grades:
8th - 12th
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These music bell ringers or brain breaks for Spanish class are perfect for Black History Month. There are culture filled songs from afro-latinx artists that can be adapted for all levels including Spanish I, Spanish II, Spanish III, Spanish IV & Exploratory Spanish as a classroom management rout
Let your students explore history and culture around the world! Content is discovered via an online interactive Google Map through images, readings, and videos! Time saver for you and engaging for students!Reading and questions are in English and explore a variety of countries and people. Some of th
This activity presents 5 bilingual videos exploring the subjects of race, ethnicity, nationality, and identity. Students will start out by answering questions about their own nationality and identity. They will be asked to reflect on how they see themselves and how others may see them. After unders
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education
Celebrate Black History Month with this research poster project!There are 40 templates with names of famous Afro-Latinos filled in. You can print them off and let students choose, assign people to research, or post the sheets as a fast finisher option to create a bulletin board or display! There is
Proyecto interactivo que incluye los 3 modos de comunicación (Interpretar, Interpersonal y Presentacional) en español. La meta de este proyecto es que los estudiantes investiguen a un afro-latino de Estados Unidos o Latinoamérica ya sea en la política, la literatura, las artes, el cine, la televisió
Grades:
4th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
To celebrate Black History Month in Spanish class, I created this presentation which turned out to be an awesome bulletin board. You can present the two videos from YouTube one at the beginning and one at the end to have a conversation about the struggles of Black Latinos living in the US and in the
Celebrate Black History Month with this research poster project!There are 40 templates with names of famous Afro-Latinos filled in. You can print them off and let students choose, assign people to research, or post the sheets as a fast finisher option to create a bulletin board or display! There is
26 Full Color Posters - each with a poster and brief description of Famous Afro Latinos, their contributions to society and their heritage. Great for a bulletin board or culture point to start class every day! Also comes with a title page as well.
This Thinglink was created to make students aware of the diversity of Latinos. The students will gain a better understanding of the struggles of some Latinos. They should gain an appreciation for different cultures and learn about some amazing contributions of Afro Latinos. Students will need a comp
Grades:
8th - 12th
In this project, students will research genre of Afro-Latino music/dance and write a children's book about it. This document includes a description of the project, a rubric, a graphic organizer for the research, and two sheets for students to use to write their rough draft (one square per page).
This cultural unit includes the following things:1. Black in Latin America/Afro-Latino webquest2. Black in Latin America (Haiti and the Dominican Republic: An island divided) worksheet3. Black in Latin America (Mexico and Peru: A hidden race) worksheet4. Black in Latin America project (two parts: re
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education
Want to be more culturally responsive in your curriculum? Start your self-identity unit or unknown heroes unit with this lesson and project about unknown Afro-Latinos. This resource includes a project about unknown Afro-Latinos in history ( with graphic organizers for your differentiation needs), as
El horario de Mónica Spanish level 1: Novice-Mid/High Language: Mostly present tense verbs (pueden, estudia, mira)The answer key is included!Totally E-learning adaptable Mónica is excited about school because her school allowed students to have input in the new schedule. As a result, she has meditat
Grades:
6th - 10th
*Edit this product has been updated with a link to make this research more student and teacher friendly for VIRTUAL Learning with a google doc link!!!!! : ) This product is PERFECT for a Bulletin Board and a small/mini research for your students. You will find:Document to print explaining the import
What you get » The incomparable Celia Cruz, long-heralded as the "Queen of Salsa" and easily recognized for her signature phrase, "¡Azucar!" is the focus of this mini biography, which features basic personal facts, a narrative of her background and career highlights, and links to additional online r
Grades:
5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
What you get » New York native Tito Puente, who later became "El Rey de los Timbales," (the King of the Timbales), is the focus of this mini biography, which features basic personal facts, a narrative of his background and career highlights, and links to additional online resources.Specifications:Mu
Grades:
5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education

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