Celebrate Latino and Hispanic Heritage Month
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month - a time to celebrate the histories, cultures, and contributions of Americans with origins in countries once under Spanish influence.
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month
National Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to celebrate the histories, cultures, and contributions of Americans with origins in countries once under Spanish influence (September 15 – October 15). Here are a few resources to help engage students in exploring significant aspect of the Latino/Hispanic American experience.
If you are looking for text-based resources, this blog post from CommonLit pays tribute to accomplished Hispanic authors, poets, and social activists, with a collection of 9 texts, organized by grade level. This lesson from the New York Times Learning Network can spark meaningful discussion about dedicating a month to “Hispanic Heritage.” A teacher’s guide from EDSITEment offers a variety of relevant instructional resources, and the Library of Congress highlights a broad collection of resources for teachers.
Some points to consider while teaching:
Republished with permission from Listenwise.