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Category Archives: Latin Studies
Learning About Latin American Writers
Explore Latin American writers in this interactive.
Get the code from your teacher. Email your completed work to mrferlazzo at aol dot com.
Turn Your Paragraph Into An Online Poster
Take the paragraph you wrote from the “Voices” Data Set and turn it into an online poster using LooseLeaves.
Please post the url address to your slideshow in the comments section of this post.
Diego Rivera is a famous Mexican painter.
First, please read about him and write a one or two sentence summary about him, and leave it in the comments section of this post. You can read about him here and here. There are many resources about him here.
After you have left that description, take some time to look at his paintings and murals:
After you have looked at many of his paintings and murals, it will be your turn to paint.
Please use Flashpaint to paint a picture in the style of Diego Rivera. Be sure to title it, email it to yourself, and then paste the link in the comments section of this post.
Cesar Chavez Biographical Essay
Please type your Cesar Chavez Biographical Essay on a Word document, and then copy and paste it in the comments section of this post.
You can also learn more about Chavez here.
Write A Short Ode
Go to PicLits.
You will need to register. After you do that, create a short ode. Email it to yourself and copy and paste the link in the comments section of this post.
Gary Soto & Pablo Neruda
Please type your compare and contrast essay in a Word document, and then copy and paste it into the comments section of this post.
Reading Strategies & Latin Studies
Go to these resources or a Latin Studies-related page on Wikipedia.
Use Webklipper to demonstrate your use of reading strategies and paste the link in the comments section.
Learning About Latin Studies
Go to these resources and look through them.
Write at least one ABC paragraph (Answer the question; Back it up with a quotation from the test; make a Connection) — you can receive extra credit if you write more — answering the question:
What is something interesting you learned related to Latin Studies?
First write it in a Word document. Then, copy and paste it in the comments section.