In Spanish language classes, students learn about both language and culture. Two big projects contribute to cultural learning. The semester ends with each student sharing a presentation based on researching basic facts about the history and culture of a Spanish-speaking country. At mid-semester, students learn about the traditions of el Día de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, by creating their own altars or displays remembering and honoring the life of a deceased person.
Use the navigation tabs at the left to learn more about el Día de los Muertos and to view the students' work.
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