Cuban Short Stories for First- and Second-Year Students
Take your students to the streets of Havana and beyond with microcuentos—super short stories with fantasy endings. Each story uses magic realism to introduce important Cuban people and places with topics like:
- Vamos a cantar: El Malecón, Celia Cruz
- Los almendrones: La calle Prado, Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda
- ¡Es él!: La calle Obispo, Compay Segundo
Written specifically for first-year students in their second semester and for second-year students. Includes Nota cultural, questions, vocabulary, and answer guide.
©2019. Spanish, English. Beginning, Intermediate. Reproducible. 93 pages.
Book Download: PDF.
Print Book: Spiral-bound. 8.5 x 11 inches.
About the Author
Award-winning teacher, presenter, and author Tom Alsop is a former middle school and high school Spanish teacher who now teaches Spanish at Butler University in Indianapolis. He often presents at world language conferences and leads workshops at schools around the country. He is the director of three summer Spanish teacher immersion programs (Aventura Cultural) for high school and middle school teachers in Havana, Cuba; Madrid, Spain; and Guadalajara, Mexico.