Communicate with your Spanish-speaking students and parents as easy as uno, dos, tres
A working knowledge of the Spanish language is an indispensable part of an educator’s skill set. McGraw-Hill’s Spanish for Educators gives you more than 3,000 Spanish words and phrases and the basic grammar needed to use them properly and with confidence. You will learn vocabulary that covers every aspect of a student’s school career, from kindergarten enrollment through high school graduation.
Designed to get you quickly up and running with all the Spanish you need to build stronger relationships with Spanish-speaking students and families, McGraw-Hill’s Spanish for Educators features:
- English-Spanish mini-dictionary
- Phonetic translations
- Bilingual forms and letters for parents
- Spanish grammar primer
- Hundreds of practical, hands-on exercises
- Useful cultural notes
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||7.40(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.69(d)|
About the Author
Joseé Díaz is a Spanish teacher at Hunter College High School in New York and the author of several Spanish study guides for high school students.
María F. Nadel, Ed.D., has more than thirty years of secondary school teaching experience. She is the author of several Spanish textbooks and study guides.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction to Spanish Grammar, Pronunciation, and GreetingsChapter 2. School EnrollmentChapter 3. The School BuildingChapter 4. The Primary GradesChapter 5. The CurriculumChapter 6. Enlisting Parental SupportChapter 7. Health, Medical Problems, and EmergenciesChapter 8. The Counselor's Office The At-Risk Student
Verb Conjugation Chart
English/Spanish Mini Dictionary