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The Center for Children’s Literature at Bank Street College of Education and Peachtree Publishers is Teaming Up on a New Initiative to Promote High Quality Literature for Children in Spanish

August 9, 2017

Bilingual and Spanish Language Teachers 

Send Your Lesson Plan Ideas to Us and You Might Win a First Edition of:

Miguel y su valiente caballero: el joven Cervantes sueña a don Quijote

Miguel y su valiente caballero_jacket

 

Poems de Margarita Engle; Ilustrado por Raúl Colón

Traducido por Teresa Mlawer y Georgina Lázaro

(Peachtree Publishers 2018)

A poetic, fictionalized account of an iconic author with realistic, pen, ink and water color illustrations

Submit a one-page lesson plan or thematic unit outline you have created for a Spanish language or a bilingual classroom grades K-12 in any discipline using Miguel y su valiente caballero: el joven Cervantes sueña a don Quijote (You can work from this PDF  of the book  Miguel y su valiente caballero to create your plan.) The outline should contain the following information written in English or Spanish.

  • Your name and school
  • Description of Classroom, Grade Level, No. of Students, Discipline
  • Teaching Objective(s)
  • One or two paragraph summary of activities.
  • Materials Needed

Please put your information on this worksheet: Miguel y su valiente caballero hoja de trabajo. 

Bank Street staff and affiliates will review the work and we will post the best lesson plan ideas, crediting you on the Center for Children’s Literature blog. Winners will receive a first edition of the book from Peachtree Publishers soon after its release in March 2018.

For questions and to submit plans contact cweill@bankstreet.edu

Please send your lesson plan no later than January 30, 2018

Note we reserve the right to eliminate incomplete or unprofessionally prepared materials from consideration. Limit of 25 award copies. Submissions accepted from September 1, 2017 – January 30, 2018. Outlines will be reviewed for content, creativity, feasibility of execution, clarity of writing and intellectual quality by Bank Street staff. Submissions should need little or no editing. A sample of student work appreciated with submission but not necessary for application.

The Center for Children’s Literature at Bank Street College of Education seeks to promote the highest quality of literature for children in English and Spanish.

Miguel y su valiente caballero: el joven Cervantes sueña a don Quijote

PDF Miguel y su valiente caballero

 

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