This Level 2-3 Spanish Reading is great for International Women’s Day, Women’s History Month or Hispanic Heritage Month! It uses the past tenses (pretérito and imperfecto) and comprehensible language to describe the life and work of Dolores Huerta, the founder of the United Farm Workers Union.
I love to use activities like this for a do-now, guided reading, or part of station-based work in my classroom.
This 70-word reading includes 3 versions, with comprehension questions in English and Spanish, English, and Spanish so that you can differentiate for your students.
- Level 2-3 reading
- Pretérito and imperfecto tenses
- Comprehensible vocabulary and cognates
- Comprehension questions in English & Spanish
Perfect for International Women’s Day or Hispanic Heritage Month!
This reading is a great jumping-off point for larger projects connected to International Women’s Day, Women’s History Month, or Hispanic Heritage Month.
Suggested Use (10-20 minutes of class time):
- Students skim the reading, marking cognates and familiar words before reading independently, with a partner, or whole-class
- Students answer comprehension questions with a partner or independently
- Whole-group review