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May 1862 – Cinco de Mayo - Troops led by Ignacio Zaragoza halt a French invasion in the Battle of Puebla

Archivo General de la Nación (AGN).- La Batalla de Puebla

Archivo General de la Nación (AGN).- La Batalla de Puebla

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Christmas in Spanish-Speaking Countries: A Collection. Find posts about Navidad in Hispanic countries that include songs, books, crafts, recipes, infographics, videos, and more. Includes posts about Los Tres Reyes, Noche Buena, Las Posadas, and Parrandas. Traditions from Mexico, Peru, Ecuador, Spain, and Puerto Rico..

Christmas in Spanish Speaking Countries: Resources for Teachers

la llorona, el silbon, el basilisco chilote, el cadejo lesson plans #spanishlessons

la llorona, el silbon, el basilisco chilote, el cadejo lesson plans #spanishlessons

did you know that it’s not very common to hear in Spanish speaking countries? In fact, <i>adiós</i> may sound too formal for everyday interactions. Here’s a list of more common ways of saying bye: #spanishlanguagetips

did you know that it’s not very common to hear in Spanish speaking countries? In fact, <i>adiós</i> may sound too formal for everyday interactions. Here’s a list of more common ways of saying bye: #spanishlanguagetips

Infografía 80 años del Palacio de Bellas Artes

Infografía 80 años del Palacio de Bellas Artes

Are you looking for ways to add culture to your Spanish class?   Are you passionate about Hispanic culture and want to share that passion with your students?  Do you value the importance of teaching culture but are unsure of how to "fit" it into your already-packed curriculum?  Let me tell you about how I was able to accomplish adding more meaningful culture to my Spanish classes.

Are you looking for ways to add culture to your Spanish class? Are you passionate about Hispanic culture and want to share that passion with your students? Do you value the importance of teaching culture but are unsure of how to "fit" it into your alre

"Spanish listening": una página con más de 300 vídeos cortos. Hablantes de diferentes países hablan sobre los temas más diversos. Con el texto, explicaciones (en inglés) y tests de comprensión. Muy recomendable para niveles Básico 2, Intermedio 1 e Intermedio 2. http://www.spanishlistening.org/

Clips of native Spanish speakers from over 15 countries. Each comes with a transcript and vocabulary list. Awesome cultural info too!

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