Two versions in one cover: contains the same story in past tense and in present tense.
Sixteen year old Laritza is never happier than when she is singing. When she and her undocumented father move to a new town, she is thrilled that the choir director at her new school has noticed her talent. She is encouraged to audition for a solo and is also excited to compete in ‘Elmerton Idol,’ a school-wide singing competition. When racist bullies try to undermine Laritza’s success, she loses heart. Can she find happiness in her new school in spite of the obstacles she faces?
- present tense: 101 unique words; total word count 3600; 56 pages of text
- intermediate version: 150 unique words; total word count 3700; 58 pages of text
- Spanish with Latin-American characteristics
- setting: US high school
Information for teachers
‘Laritza’ provides an ideal solution to teaching multi-level classes and differentiation! Read a past tense version from the front cover and a present tense version from the back cover. Each version has a comprehensive glossary, which lists all forms of every word.
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