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Fine Arts Resources
Fine Arts
Fine Arts

Local Museum Links:

Chicago History Museum - http://www.chicagohistory.org/kidsfamilies

The Art Institute of Chicago Museum - http://www.artic.edu/aic/

Museum of Contemporary Art - http://www.mcachicago.org/

National Museum of Mexican Art - http://www.nationalmuseumofmexicanart.org/




Choral Music Resources


Welcome to Bronzeville

Watch the full episode. See more Geoffrey Baer Tours.

WTTW Biking the Boulevards

Famous Bronzeville Residents
Dinah Washington
Dinah Washington - Such A Night

Thomas Dorsey

http://www.videohippy.com/video/175090/Thomas-Dorsey--Precious-Lord

Music and Band Resources

A musical tour of Bronzeville


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Art History Club!
This colorful and comprehensive site has tons of information on art history and artists from every era. Highly recommended!

Mr. McAllister's Classes

Driver's Ed. Test

Ms Carter 's Spanish Classes

http://www.freetranslation.com/

Spanish to English Online Translation Dictionary - http://translate.google.com/


Website Address: http://www.avancemos.conjuguemos.com/

Spanish Dances -
http://www.afro-latino-culture.com/
http://faculty.tnstate.edu/tcorse/sant.htm

Latin American Music and Dance -
http://users.wpi.edu/~arivera/music.html
http://faculty.tnstate.edu/tcorse/sant.htm

Spanish Recipies -
http://www.foodnetwork.com
http://allrecipes.com/Recipes/world-cuisine/europe/spain/main.aspx
http://www.tienda.com/recipes/recipes.html



Use the website below to practice verb conjugation.

Website Address: http://www.avancemos.conjuguemos.com/

Activity: www.classzone.com




Spanish 1

Step 1:
An orange screen should be highlighted. Enter your name and select your desired level (A,B, or C)

Step 2:
Select "Unidad 1," "Repaso Inclusivo"


Step 3:
Click on the Repaso de vocabulario 1 section. Complete the first 3 page quiz.

Step 4:
After you have completed Repaso de vocabulario 1 section , click on "Repaso de vocabulario 2". Complete the second 3 page quiz.


Step 5:
After you have completed Repaso de vocabulario 2 section , click on "Repaso de gramática 1". Complete the second 3 page quiz.


Step 6:
After you have completed Repaso de gramática 1 section , click on "Repaso de gramática 2". Complete the second 3 page quiz.

Spanish 2
Step 1: A Yellow screen should be highlighted. Enter your name and select your desired level (A,B, or C)
Step 2: Select "Leccion Preliminar"
Step 3: Click on the Gramática section.
Step 4: Click on "Práctica: 1". Complete the second 3 page quiz.
Step 5: After you have completed Práctica : 1. Continue to complete Práctica 2 - 9


Conjugation Practice

Irregular Verbs that Spanish I students should know
- Ser
- Tener
Irregular Verbs that Spanish II students should know:

- Ser
- Tener
- Ir
- Estar
- Stem Changing (Pensar, Querer, Preferir, Jugar, Dormir, Poder)

Use the website below to practice verb conjugation.
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Ms Funk's Spanish Classes

Spanish to English Online Translation Dictionary - http://translate.google.com/








International Digital Children's Library


Website Address: http://www.avancemos.conjuguemos.com/
Activity: www.classzone.com

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An orange screen should be highlighted. Enter your name and select your desired level (A,B, or C)
Select "Unidad 1," "Leccion 2"
Click on the flashcard section. Use the flashcards to review all of your vocabulary words
After you have reviewed the vocabulary words, click on "Games"
Complete the game "Crossword"
After you have reviewed the vocabulary words and the game, click on "Practica" and begin the 5 page quiz







From the CPS Wikispace - SALSA Homepage - http://cpslibraries.wikispaces.com/Spanish+Language+Literature+-+S.A.L.S.A.

Online Resources for Locating Children's and Young Adult Literature About Latinos

1. Barahona Center for Study of Books in Spanish for Children & Adolescents – This comprehensive website has reviews of children’s books either written in Spanish or English about Latinos and has a search engine that allows users to locate books set in specific Latin American countries.http://www.csusm.edu/csb/english/center.htm

2. Kay Vandergrift’s children’s literature website – This comprehensive website includes a plethora of information about many aspects of children’s literature including a page devoted to quality books about Latinos. The page is entitled Powerful Hispanic and Latin-American Images Revealed in Picture Books can be found at: http://www.scils.rutgers.edu/~kvander/ChildrenLit/hispanic.html

3. The American Library Association has compiled a list of children’s books about "Becoming American: New Immigration Stories" which can be accessed at: http://publicprograms.ala.org/newimmigration/

4. Latino Children’s and Young Adult Book Awards Websites:

Pura Belpré Award - http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/alsc/awardsgrants/bookmedia/belpremedal/belpreabout/index.cfm

Tomás Rivera Children’s Book Award - http://riverabookaward.info/

Américas Award - http://www4.uwm.edu/clacs/aa/index.cfm

Newbery novels translated in Spanish Newbery 5. Imaginaria – Comprehensive website of recommended Spanish books for children and young adults (website is entirely written in Spanish)http://www.imaginaria.com.ar/ 6. Criticas - An English Speaker's Guide to the Latest Spanish Language Literature http://www.criticasmagazine.com/ 7. Imaginese Libros Blogspot http://imaginenselibros.blogspot.com/2009/04/imaginese-latino-youth-literature-and.html






8. Essential Guide to Spanish Reading from America Reads Spanish Free Downloadable PDF http://www.americareadsspanish.org/
9. The Isabel Schon Center - website with weekly updates of recommended titles.
10. "Tigretón and Burrito: Books in Spanish for the Young." Beyond the Journal, Young Children on the Web, March 2006.