Teach Your Monster to Read Minigames Overview

Last month the folks behind the popular Teach Your Monster to Read virtual world for literacy development introduced a set of minigames. The minigames are short activities designed to help students improve the speed and accuracy with which they recognize letters. In the video embedded below I provide a short overview of the Teach Your Monster to Read minigames.

Students Serve Up Stories Of Beloved Family Recipes In A Global Cookbook Project

Washington, D.C.’s Capital City Public Charter School feels like a mini United Nations. Many of the school’s 981 students are first-generation Americans with backgrounds spanning the globe, from El Salvador to Nigeria to Vietnam. So when the staff of the literacy non-profit 826DC began a book-publishing project with the junior class, they picked a topic everyone could relate to that also left room for cultural expression: food.

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Asturias, patria querida

En los últimos tiempos me he fijado en que hay bastantes establecimientos en Madrid que tienen un nombre con un diminutivo en -ino o -ina (en lugar del diminutivo en -ito o -ita, más común), muy característico del español hablado en Asturias, una comunidad autónoma española que está en el norte, en la costa del mar Cantábrico, y que es una de las zonas que más me gustan de España.

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