Helping our students overcome racist views in the Spanish classroom

Have you ever been asked by a student why they have to learn Spanish in a country where English is spoken? Have you ever heard your students speak negatively about immigrants to the United States? Can we consider these attitudes as racist?

In this webinar I talk about my own experiences as an immigrant teacher. I present ideas, strategies, and specific activities to help our students understand, appreciate, enjoy, and respect those members of their community who are of Hispanic origin.

I hope this webinar will be very useful to you. Please give me credit if you decide to share my views or ideas during a conference, presentation or publication. Unfortunately we are living in a world in which many people take advantage of these types of free presentations, to copy ideas and profit from them. My email is Diego@SrOjeda.com

Here is the webinar:

Important links:

8 Traditional Hispanic games

Poetry to Humanize immigration: Bryce Hedstrom books and CPLI

Learn about all my books for the Spanish classroom HERE


You are all invited to visit my Teachable classroom where you will find courses for teachers with materials for each one of the sections in the advanced Spanish language exam.

Access my classroom HERE