IMMIGRATION VIEWS FROM THE SPANISH CLASS CORNER (1)

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I believe that the role of Spanish teachers in the United States must go well beyond their responsibility for teaching the language and culture of the Hispanic world.

Hispanics make up the largest minority in the US and their influence on American culture dates back centuries. Hispanics are part of the history of this nation and that is why we as Spanish teachers ought to help our students appreciate and want to learn everything around the language we teach.

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For this episode of Cultural Podcasts I interviewed Emily, a former American student who shares her unique perspectives now as an adult and aa a professional.

Listen to the interview in Spanish HERE

Check out podcast transcript and activities related to this interview HERE

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