DocumentNuestro Futuro follows five young Hispanics living in South Carolina. Their stories tie into larger themes about the impact of the growing Latino population on communities in the South. How are these...
September 15 - October 15
Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15 to October 15 to promote the history, culture, and contributions of Hispanic-Americans.
Several Latin American independence days are celebrated during this time, including Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, Mexico and Chile. However, the celebration originated in September 1968, when President Lyndon B. Johnson signed an executive order for the creation of Hispanic Heritage Week. In 1988, the observance was extended to a month by President Ronald Reagan.
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VideoThis series uses interesting stories to depict events in American History from the pilgrims to the Revolution, from Sam Adams to Mr. Lincoln and even covers Columbus and George Washington. The award...
Students will discover the components and origin of the fotonovela and create their own using 1:1 technology.
Audio“H” is for Hispanics. Hispanics are among South Carolina’s oldest and most recent immigrant groups. Long before English settlers landed at Jamestown, Spanish explorers laid claim to the territory in...
VideoLanguage: Spanish, Topics: Going to the Farm. Learn the vocabulary words needed when going to visit a farm.
VideoLanguage: Spanish, Topics: Discovering Art. Learn the vocabulary words used when speaking about art.
VideoLanguage: Spanish, Topics: Going to the Fair. Learn the vocabulary words needed when going to the fair.
VideoLanguage: Spanish, Topics: Visiting a Horse Farm. Learn the vocabulary words used when visiting a horse farm.
VideoLanguage: Spanish, Topics: Going Camping. Learn the vocabulary words needed when going camping.
VideoLanguage: Spanish, Topics: Playing Sports: Learn the vocabulary words needed when playing sports.