Spanish Social Studies

Spanish Social Studies

These engaging books and collections address social studies themes and concepts through biographies and reader’s theater scripts.

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Aire limpio para todos
Aire limpio para todos

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Aire limpio para todos

Teach students about the environment and how to protect it! This Spanish nonfiction book explains what individuals and the government can do to keep Earth's air clean. Includes a fiction story related to the topic, a glossary, and a "Civics in Action" activity.

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El Preámbulo: el espíritu de Estados Unidos

Teach students the history behind the phrase "We the people" with this Spanish nonfiction book! Students can examine the Preamble to the Constitution in a fun and meaningful way. Includes a fiction story related to the topic and other key features.

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Todos pagamos impuestos
Todos pagamos impuestos

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Todos pagamos impuestos

Help students understand how taxes work, the different types of taxes, and why taxes exist! This Spanish nonfiction reader includes a short fiction piece related to the topic, exciting images and text features, and a meaningful "Civics in Action" activity.

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¿Qué son los medios?
¿Qué son los medios?

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¿Qué son los medios?

Connect media to students' daily lives! With this Spanish nonfiction book, students can learn to tell fact from opinion when examining media in all its forms. Includes key text features, a related short fiction piece, and a meaningful "Civics in Action" activity.

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Cómo se hace una momia (Making a Mummy)

Created in collaboration with Smithsonian, this Spanish book discusses the science behind mummification and uses real-world examples to give insight into how the engineering design process is used to solve problems.

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Puentes hechos de pasto (From Grass to Bridge)

The Inka Empire's grass suspension bridges were engineering marvels. Learn how they were made with this Spanish book that features a hands-on STEAM challenge and details how the engineering design process is used to solve real-world problems.

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La geografia de California (Geography of California)

Learn about California's unique geography with this Spanish primary source reader. Primary sources engage students in learning and prompt them to think about historical events more critically.

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Las naciones indigenas de California (California's Indian Nations)

This Spanish primary source reader provides a rich background of three California tribes-the Tongva, the Yokuts, and the Yana. Intriguing primary source documents offer opportunities for students to think about historical events more critically.

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La exploración de California (Exploration of California: Battling the Elements)

Learn about the history of the exploration of California with this Spanish primary source reader. Primary sources engage students in learning and prompt them to think about historical events more critically.

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Las misiones españolas de California (California's Spanish Missions)

This Spanish primary source reader focuses on the history of California's missions. Intriguing primary source documents offer opportunities for students to think about historical events more critically.

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Junípero Serra: Un misionero español (Junípero Serra: A Spanish Missionary)

Introduce students to California's rich history with this text that profiles the life of Franciscan missionary Junípero Serra. This Spanish book will fascinate students with intriguing primary source documents that breathe life into the pages of history.

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El dominio mexicano de California (Mexican Rule of California)

Introduce students to California's rich history with this text that details the history of Alta California. This Spanish reader will engage students with intriguing primary source documents that breathe life into the pages of history.

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Los caminos a California (Trails to California)

Introduce 4th grade students to some of California's early settlers including John Bidwell, Jim Beckwourth, Jedediah Smith, Sarah Royce, Charley Parkhurst, Kit Carson, and more.

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La fiebre del oro (The Gold Rush)

During the California gold rush, the state's population soared, its economy grew, new towns popped up, and its cities swelled. Learn about the gold rush with this Spanish primary source reader that breathes life into the pages of history.

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Biddy Mason: Nace una lider (Biddy Mason: Becoming a Leader)

Biddy Mason's life began as an enslaved person, but she became a successful nurse, midwife and land owner who influenced the city of Los Angeles. Learn more about her life through intriguing primary sources that will keep students engaged in reading.

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California: Nace un estado (California: Becoming a State)

Ignite students' curiosity about historical events with this Spanish text! Featuring dynamic primary source documents, this nonfiction title details California's journey to statehood and promotes social studies content literacy.

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Cruzar un continente (Crossing a Continent)

Learn how the Transcontinental Railroad helped shape the state of California and its people with this Spanish primary source reader. Intriguing primary source documents offer opportunities for students to think about historical events more critically.

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Cruzar el océano: La inmigración a California (Crossing Oceans: Immigrating to California)

Ignite students' curiosity about historical events with this engaging text! Featuring dynamic primary source documents, this Spanish book focuses on immigration to California from the gold rush to the end of the 19th century.

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California: De pueblos a ciudades (California: Towns to Cities)

This primary source reader integrates literacy and social studies content and details the history of four major cities in California from the gold rush to the end of the nineteenth century: San Francisco, Sacramento, Los Angeles, and Fresno.

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El complejo sistema hídrico de California ( California's Complex Water System)

Introduce students to California's complex water system with this Spanish text! This primary source reader will engage students with intriguing primary source documents that breathe life into the pages of history.

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California en el siglo XX (California in the 20th Century)

Ignite students' curiosity about historical events with this engaging text! Featuring dynamic primary source documents, this text promotes social studies content literacy with a focus on the history of California during the twentieth century.

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Californianos que marcaron la diferencia (Californians Who Made a Difference)

California is a state that is rich with diverse people. This Spanish primary source reader introduces students to some of California's influential individuals including John Muir, Dorothea Lange, Sally Ride, and Cesar Chavez.

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La Gran Depresión: La historia de una madre migrante (The Great Depression: A Migrant Mother's Story)

Engage all students by acting out this Spanish leveled script about migrant workers during the Great Depression. Assign differentiated roles based on students' individual reading abilities so all students can perform, build fluency, and feel successful.

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La educacion en California (Education in California)

Learn about the history of California's school system with this Spanish primary source reader. Primary sources engage students in learning and prompt them to think about historical events more critically.

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