This is a resource that begins with the background of the Native American language spoken in Mexico: pronunciation tips, basic phrases-words-expressions such as hello, what’s your name?, I don’t understand, again, please; thanks, what is that?, I want one; no, two; yes, good; where is a toilet?; here, there; goodbye.
Next there is a brief grammar sketch then handy references for dictionaries about Zapotec on and off the internet. That is followed by How To Learn Zapotec And Or Other Languages; and History Of The Zapotecs To 1522.
The fun section has:
Zapotecs Learning Game #1. Word Search A;
Zapotecs Learning Game #2. Numbers Cryptogram A1;
Zapotecs Learning Game #3. Numbers Cryptogram A2;
Zapotecs Learning Game #4. Word Search B;
Zapotecs Learning Game #5. Numbers To Words Cryptogram B1;
Zapotecs Learning Game #6. Numbers To Words Cryptogram B2;
Zapotecs Learning Game #7. Word Search C;
Zapotecs Learning Game #8 Letters Cryptogram C1;
Zapotecs Learning Game #9 Letters Cryptogram C2;
Zapotecs Learning Game #10 Greek Letters Cryptogram C3.
Next comes a Photos Show: Oaxaca And Its People which includes text in English then in Spanish; then Common Core Informational Text Suggestions/Reminders:
ELAS.R:IT.1 re support,
ELAS.R:IT.2 re central idea,
ELAS.R:IT.3 introduction of key persons, events, ideas, ELAS.R:IT.4 meanings of words, phrases...,
ELAS.R:IT.5 how parts fit into overall structure,
ELAS.R:IT.6 author's point of view/purpose,
ELAS.R:IT.7 information in different media/formats,
ELAS.R:IT.8 list and evaluate arguments and claims,
ELAS.R:IT.9 comparing and contrasting events by different authors,
ELAS.R:IT.10 reading with good comprehension; then
Higher Level Thinking, CCSS And This Resource;
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