Teaching Central America Feedback
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In appreciation for your time, we will send you a free copy of your choice of books, "A Promise to Keep" by Mario Bencastro
or "Caribbean Connections: Moving North"
Which lessons have you used?
Introduction to Central America (Meet and greet lesson.)
Exploring the Histories of El Salvador and Guatemala with Literature
The Roots of Immigration from El Salvador and Current Policy Debates (Unit with 4 Lessons)
U.S. Policy in Central America (Unit with 4 Lessons)
Salvadoran History Through Poetry
Inside the Volcano: A Curriculum on Nicaragua
Poetry Fires the Revolution
Geography is History: Locate the Countries of Central America
Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote: A Migrant’s Tale
Leaving Home: Socratic Dialogue with Art
Wilfredo: Un Nino de El Salvador
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