SpanishPlans on InstagramRubber Stamps of all Spanish speaking countries!Why?!?!?!?I don’t know what a “boot verb” means to you, but this is what it means to me. #spanishteacher #spanish #bootverbs #spanishverbsWe’ve got a list of recommendations of books that you probably have even thought about that even your most reluctant readers will be interested in fir your #Spanishclass #FVR library.#bilingualjokes #chisteEven letting your students have a choice of taking on a “Spanish name” (whatever that means) is a benefit of white privilege. Just end the practice.
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Tag Archives: stereotypes
With the recent discussion about names, this message popped up: What are your thoughts about this? Does this seem right? Would this spark controversary? Take a minute to gather your thoughts before reading ahead….
What was once a very common practice in Spanish classrooms has now become a bit controversial. While many teachers are choosing to no longer give students random “Spanish names”, the practice still continues. But those that continue to give names … Continue reading
Thank you to all those who have participated so far in our #MoreThanSombreros campaign. Our goal is to celebrate the rich culture of the Mexican community and bring an awareness on how some images may be stereotypical. We choose to … Continue reading
I happened to take a look at some of the products a popular Spanish-teacher catalog was promoting. As someone who enjoys not only the language, but the culture of the Spanish-speaking world I was embarrassed by what I have seen … Continue reading