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La Gran Depresión: La historia de una madre migrante: Read-along eBook

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Released
December 9, 2020
ISBN
9781087603209
Format
ePub

Book Details

Con este guión en español, los estudiantes representarán la historia de Florence Owens, una trabajadora migrante y madre viuda de siete hijos durante la Gran Depresión. Una fotografía publicada de Florence la molestó, pero se reúne con el fotógrafo para discutir sus sentimientos y descubre lo importante que fue su imagen para ayudar a los trabajadores migrantes durante ese tiempo. Este guión nivelado permite a los maestros asignar roles fácilmente según los niveles de lectura de los estudiantes, alentando a todos a participar en la misma actividad. Ya sea que los estudiantes tengan dificultades o sean lectores competentes, todos ganarán confianza en su fluidez en la lectura y se sentirán exitosos.

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