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A Resource for Teachers

Finally! A solution to your concerns about communicating with the Spanish-speaking parents of your students. Going Home With Spanish is a 27-page workbook designed to assist K – 12 teachers with this vital communication. It introduces the teacher to the Spanish language itself, but with an emphasis on how it relates to the teaching profession. The second half of the workbook contains over 400 typical comments that you need, already translated for you from English to Spanish of typical comments sent home to parents. You choose the comments that apply to your student and then simply copy the translation right out of your workbook. You may choose to use your comments on notes home, report cards, homework assignments, tests, quizzes, projects and any other student-related documents. It’s that simple, and in your own handwriting!

 

But, your students won’t be the only ones going home with Spanish! Your workbook also contains pertinent, yet simple, grammar explanations that are highly relevant and beneficial to YOU in your job. Some of these areas include:

 

  • Adjectives
  • Explanation of Gender
  • Making Words Plural
  • Accent Marks
  • Days of the Week & Months of the Year
  • Numbers
  • School Subjects
  • Explanation of Latino names
  • Activities for the teacher
  • A lot more!!

 

Comments for translating are categorized as follows:

  • Ability
  • Attendance
  • Attitude
  • Behavior
  • Homework
  • Participation
  • Study Habits
  • Test and Quiz Scores
  • Encouragement & Kudos
  • Miscellaneous & Outside the Classroom
  • Getting the Parents Involved
  • Greetings, Salutations & Closings

 

Each of these twelve categories contains two basic sections of comments:

  • The first section expresses areas of improvement, as well as positive and/or encouraging comments.
  • The second section expresses comments that are not so positive and include constructive criticisms and suggestion for improvement.

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A
Teacher
Favorite!

PDF Icon Sample Page from Going Home with Spanish 97kb download (less than 30 seconds on 28.8)

PDF Icon Sample Page #2 from Going Home with Spanish 97kb download (less than 30 seconds on 28.8)

A Resource for Teachers

Finally! A solution to your concerns about communicating with the Spanish-speaking parents of your students. Going Home With Spanish is a 27-page workbook designed to assist K – 12 teachers with this vital communication. It introduces the teacher to the Spanish language itself, but with an emphasis on how it relates to the teaching profession. The second half of the workbook contains over 400 typical comments that you need, already translated for you from English to Spanish of typical comments sent home to parents. You choose the comments that apply to your student and then simply copy the translation right out of your workbook. You may choose to use your comments on notes home, report cards, homework assignments, tests, quizzes, projects and any other student-related documents. It’s that simple, and in your own handwriting!

 

But, your students won’t be the only ones going home with Spanish! Your workbook also contains pertinent, yet simple, grammar explanations that are highly relevant and beneficial to YOU in your job. Some of these areas include:

 

  • Adjectives
  • Explanation of Gender
  • Making Words Plural
  • Accent Marks
  • Days of the Week & Months of the Year
  • Numbers
  • School Subjects
  • Explanation of Latino names
  • Activities for the teacher
  • A lot more!!

 

Comments for translating are categorized as follows:

  • Ability
  • Attendance
  • Attitude
  • Behavior
  • Homework
  • Participation
  • Study Habits
  • Test and Quiz Scores
  • Encouragement & Kudos
  • Miscellaneous & Outside the Classroom
  • Getting the Parents Involved
  • Greetings, Salutations & Closings

 

Each of these twelve categories contains two basic sections of comments:

  • The first section expresses areas of improvement, as well as positive and/or encouraging comments.
  • The second section expresses comments that are not so positive and include constructive criticisms and suggestion for improvement.

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