Géneros de ficción BUNDLE-5 Short Stories in Spanish to Learn Genres

Géneros de ficción BUNDLE-5 Short Stories in Spanish to Learn Genres
Géneros de ficción BUNDLE-5 Short Stories in Spanish to Learn Genres
Géneros de ficción BUNDLE-5 Short Stories in Spanish to Learn Genres
Géneros de ficción BUNDLE-5 Short Stories in Spanish to Learn Genres
Géneros de ficción BUNDLE-5 Short Stories in Spanish to Learn Genres
Géneros de ficción BUNDLE-5 Short Stories in Spanish to Learn Genres
Géneros de ficción BUNDLE-5 Short Stories in Spanish to Learn Genres
Géneros de ficción BUNDLE-5 Short Stories in Spanish to Learn Genres
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  1. This short fantasy story in Spanish will help deepen your students' reading comprehension as they analyze character traits in a fun fantasy setting. Kelidar the wizard reveals a lot about his fun and engaging character through his actions! Perfect for Spanish immersion classrooms, native speakers of
  2. Need a fun way to practice making predictions? This short story in Spanish is designed to provoke questioning, predicting, and synthesizing information! Lucy has a special box. When a neighborhood bully threatens to take it, Lucy offers him a chance to do just that, but she's pretty sure he won't li
  3. Students use text clues and background knowledge to propose a solution to this short mystery. A non-fiction article is included to help students hunt for clues! Product includes an additional PDF designed for student digital use (Google Classroom+ Kami).Tommy Truman is a 4th grader who has a knack f
  4. Need a fun and engaging short story to help your students understand point of view? This Spanish science fiction story is written from a third person omniscient point of view to encourage making inferences and questioning as the plot develops. Increase your students' reading comprehension and deligh
  5. Show students how an author can switch points of view within a text with this engaging immigration adventure in Spanish! Aleida, a young Swedish girl, explores the ship and all that it offers! The story is narrated in third person limited, and Aleida writes a letter (first person) to her best friend
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Genres can be confusing! These fun, short stories in Spanish are perfect for mini-lessons or reading workshop centers that introduce students to examples of different fiction genres: fantasy, science fiction, realistic fiction, and historical fiction. Each story has a specific reading comprehension focus and includes reading response materials.


Spanish Stories included in this bundle:

Ficción realista (Hacer predicciones): La Caja- Lucy has a special box. When a neighborhood bully threatens to take it, Lucy offers him a chance to do just that, but she's pretty sure he won't like what's inside.

Ficción historica (Punto de vista): Lujo en el S.S. Cleveland (Primera Clase)- Aleida, a young Swedish girl, explores the ship that is bringing her to the United States! The story is narrated in third person limited, and Aleida writes a letter (first person) to her best friend (second person).

Fantasía (Rasgos del personage): Mago a sueldo-Kelidar is an aspiring wizard, eager to build his reputation. When a family in need knocks on his door, his wizardly prowess is put to the test.

Ciencia ficción (Punto de vista): Cinco minutos futuros- Matt pays to catch a glimpse of his future, but isn't happy with what he sees.

Misterio (Hacer inferences): Nadar contracorriente-Tommy Truman is a 4th grader who has a knack for discovering the truth. Tommy volunteers to judge a fishing competition. Who catches the biggest fish? Who gets caught in a lie?

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Describe how a narrator’s or speaker’s point of view influences how events are described.
Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
Compare and contrast the point of view from which different stories are narrated, including the difference between first- and third-person narrations.
Describe in depth a character, setting, or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text (e.g., a character’s thoughts, words, or actions).
Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
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