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A Classic Teen DramaAnother Spanish novel written by author and teacher Deb Navarre, sticks to her theme of highly relatable stories in Spanish; Emily is ecstatic about spending part of her summer with a family in Querétaro, México! But her boyfriend isn't so keen on his girlfriend taking off for another country. The trip teaches Emily about the history, customs, and cultures of México and some new lessons about relationships.
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©2013. Spanish. Level 1. 5 x 8 inches. Softcover. 60 pages.
Deb Navarre Readers ...
Spanish students are powerless to resist these tales of homework and heartbreak, travels abroad and troubles at school, young love and true friendship! Relatable characters and school-appropriate yet teen-relevant themes draw students in, immersing them in first-year grammar and vocabulary topics. Use Deb Navarre readers with your Level One Spanish classes or as review with higher levels. This highly readable series is written almost entirely in the present tense, and each one is supported by a thorough glossary containing all the structures and vocabulary used in each reader. Comprehension questions in Spanish at the end of each chapter help students check their understanding and a What Do You Think? question to inspire. The best way to encourage reading in any language is to provide interesting content. Deb Navarre readers are full of themes teens want to read about!
About the Author
Deb Navarre has created numerous games, readers, and videos for Teacher's Discovery. She currently teaches all levels of Spanish in Grand Rapids, MI. She has studied abroad extensively in Mexico, including language and literature study at the Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, and earned her Master's degree in Secondary Education from Grand Valley State University.
Deb enjoys writing modern-day teen novels that high school kids can both relate to and learn from. Deb also enjoys singing and dancing in class and quoting the television show Seinfeld.