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SL High School students make books for young Spanish-learning students

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Esther Vierira's Spanish Grammar I students at Storm Lake High School completed a special project recently - they made several Spanish ABC books using different topics. One group of students made an eye-spy book, another created and named a monster for each letter of the Spanish alphabet, another showed the letters of the alphabet using human bodies.

The books have been donated to the Spanish class offered at East School during the Early Tornado Academy after-school program. Janelle Paulson is the teacher of the Spanish class. Students participating in the class are in kindergarten and first grade. The books will remain in the classroom.

Vierira is pleased with the creativity her students put into the books; it was a learning experience for them as well.It is hoped that additional books will be made for the students to use.



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