The 300 pages of this teacher's guide offer extensive material for each of the 10 chapters of the novel. You will find a vocabulary list for each chapter, and many activities to do before you start reading or to boost engagement while reading. After every chapter, you can test comprehension with a list of questions, and make a more personal connection to the text with personalized questions and answers.
Special highligts are the many readings on cultural aspects of México, like movies, the Mayas, el Jaguar Negro, Mexican ball games and much, much more. Bring the book alive with Reader's Theater and slide shows, and use maps, post reading comprehension activities, puzzles and games to boost your student's engagement and comprehension.
Find the novel here.
Two audio versions of this story are also available in our shop: one in present tense, one in past tense. Ideal for when your voice needs a rest or - if you're not a native speaker yourself - for letting your students listen to a native speaker who reads in a clear, comprehensible and engaging manner.
|Year of publication:||2013|
|CERF level (Common European Reference Framework):||A1|
|Includes TPRS instruction:||Yes|
|Language of instruction:||English|