The importance of family is central to Hispanic cultures, and thus the learning of family vocabulary is a great entry point to cultural discussions, as well as an easy way to relate new words directly to a student’s life. The following storyboard activities use common vocabulary words and original narratives that allow students to practice the use of family terms. It may also be a good opportunity to select culturally relevant people, like the King of Spain, or families from a novel so students can engage in interdisciplinary learning with English Literature or History as they learn to talk about family trees!
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