Bianca Nieves y los 7 toritos
Level 2 and up / Novice Mid — Intermediate Low
Bullfighting is a dangerous sport, and there is nothing more menacing than facing a raging bull in the middle of the ring. All eyes are on the great torero, ‘El Julí,’ as he faces off against the most ferocious bull in the land, but nobody, aside from his daughter, Bianca, seems to notice that his greatest threat walks on two legs, not four. In her attempt to warn and save her father, Bianca soon realizes that fighting an angry bull is much safer than battling greed and deception.
The low unique word count and high frequency factor (the number of times core structures are embedded in the text) in the Comprehension-based™ reader, ‘Bianca Nieves y los 7 toritos’, make this an ideal read for advanced beginning Spanish students. Each page is loaded with cognates (words that are similar in English and Spanish), recycled vocabulary, and illustrations, which makes this read highly comprehensible.
- Levels 2 and up
- Past tense
- Unique word count: 150
- Total word count: 6400
- Page count: 57
- Audio recording embedded in the Student and Teacher Bundles
- A 553-page Teacher's Guide is also available!
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Bianca Nieves y los 7 toritos Teacher's Guide
Our Teacher's Guides are loaded with resources to enrich the teaching and learning experience.
In Every Chapter:
Vocabulary, cognates, comprehension questions, blooming comprehension questions, quiz, pre-reading discussion questions slideshow
Online Supplement, Can Do Statements & Keys to Planning, Bookmark, Ferdinand the Bull by Munro Leaf, Class Story, Map Talk, Bullfighting Posters, A Bunch of Hunches, Quite the Character, Cultural Corner: Bullfighting, Anticipation Guide
Slideshows: Una ex hacienda en México, Una corrida de toros
Beyond the Text: Bull Ranches, El abanico y el mantón de Manila, Las Plazas de Toros, Manolete, PeTA, Las partes de la corrida
Traditional Test, Proficiency Based Test
Features and Highlights:
Prep 4 Success Unit!
6 of One and Half a Dozen of Another, Al principio o al final, Alerta, "Antes, después o durante", Channeling Creativity, Cucharas, Cuentos improvisados, Curtain Call, Daytime TV, Digging Deeper: Questions anyone?, Discussion Thursday, Doodle Noodle, El epílogo, El mundo es un pañuelo, Emoji Theater, Eventful, Fact or Opinion, Find the Faker!, Follow Up Activities (Storytelling, Cartography, Eventos memorables, Imagine, Open Mind, The Scene of the Attack!), Human Props, Key Words, Looking Back, Magic Ball, Marcos‘s Diary, Marker Partner, Musical Chairs Retell, Numbered Heads Together, Order Up, Picasso of Plates, 'Placement Test‘ Activity, Poetry in Motion Presentational Writing: Billboard, Quip-Lash, Reader Response, Reading Comprehension, Reading Strategies (Main Idea Tree, Think Marks), Round Table, Shake it Up (Happy Hangman, Anagrammarian, Instagram, Spanish Fan, Ta-Ta-Ti), Silent Conversation, Story Graph, Teatro del lector, Text Pert, The Scene Machine, The Splits, "Toma uno, por favor", True or False Game, Two Truths and a Lie, Visual review ch 6-10, Visual review ch1-5, Who’s on First?, Word Web, Writer’s Block, Writing Activity, Yellow Brick Road Retell