Reporteros

Reporteros

REPORTEROS is an inclusive, innovative, standards-based Spanish program aimed at middle school and high school students at the introductory level. It follows a communicative approach to learning through projects inspired by real-world scenarios. The program offers authentic, engaging content that awakens students’ curiosity about the Spanish-speaking world. REPORTEROS is perfectly aligned with ACTFL instructional approaches.

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A New Spanish program for
middle and high school

REPORTEROS is an inclusive, innovative, standards-based Spanish program aimed at middle school and high school students at the introductory level. It follows a communicative approach to learning through projects inspired by real-world scenarios. The program offers authentic, engaging content that awakens students’ curiosity about the Spanish-speaking world. REPORTEROS is perfectly aligned with ACTFL instructional approaches.

Why REPORTEROS?

  • Active: Students take an active role in their learning and become true reporteros/as by creating real-life reports about their communities, experiences, and personal interests.
  • Communicative: Students learn to communicate in Spanish from day one.
  • Intercultural: Students develop intercultural skills from a contemporary and inclusive perspective.
  • Digital: Students integrate technology into their learning with access to a cutting-edge digital learning environment.
  • Inclusive: Students develop an. understanding of global equity by encountering a wide range of identities and communities in the Spanish-speaking world and in their own world.
  • Authentic: Students read, watch, and listen to a broad variety of engaging authentic materials.
  • Connected: Students learn Spanish through other disciplines, such as math, history, science, art, and social studies.
  • Fun: Students take part in fun activities and games that keep them engaged and motivated.
  • Differentiation: The program offers numerous materials that allow for differentiated instruction.
  • Accessible: It features a layout for students with learning challenges: instructions are simplified, action verbs are noted in bold, and the fonts are clear and easy to read for students with dyslexia. It offers additional resources for students with hearing or visual impairments as well.
  • Active: Students take an active role in their learning and become true reporteros/as by creating real-life reports about their communities, experiences, and personal interests.
  • Communicative: Students learn to communicate in Spanish from day one.
  • Intercultural: Students develop intercultural skills from a contemporary and inclusive perspective.
  • Digital: Students integrate technology into their learning with access to a cutting-edge digital learning environment.
  • Inclusive: Students develop an. understanding of global equity by encountering a wide range of identities and communities in the Spanish-speaking world and in their own world.
  • Authentic: Students read, watch, and listen to a broad variety of engaging authentic materials.
  • Connected: Students learn Spanish through other disciplines, such as math, history, science, art, and social studies.
  • Fun: Students take part in fun activities and games that keep them engaged and motivated.
  • Differentiation: The program offers numerous materials that allow for differentiated instruction.
  • Accessible: It features a layout for students with learning challenges: instructions are simplified, action verbs are noted in bold, and the fonts are clear and easy to read for students with dyslexia. It offers additional resources for students with hearing or visual impairments as well.

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Reporteros 3

Coming in Summer 2023

Reporteros 4

Coming in Summer 2024

Teacher’s Edition

The Teacher’s Edition contains an abundance of annotations created to complement various teaching contexts and styles (Remote learning, CI, TPR, Gamification…), save time in class preparation, and implement ways for effective differentiation in instruction and assessment. It also includes answer keys, proficiency benchmarks, ideas and recommendations on how to extend the activities further, and much more.

Workbook

The Workbook contains an abundance of activities to practice and expand the grammar and the vocabulary presented in the Student Edition. It also includes sections to practice the three modes of communication (interpretive, presentational, and interpersonal), and a number of ideas for developing learning strategies. All the activities are graded according to the degree of difficulty and are presented as tearable print-outs.

Our digital environment

The Spanish Hub is a platform offering digital content and resources for students and teachers who work with REPORTEROS. It is designed with a clear purpose in mind: to improve teaching and learning experiences in K-12 environments with engaging content and helpful, user-friendly tools.

The platform offers easy access to a vast array of material in different formats to help students better grasp and practice contents, build their skills, develop cultural insights, and meet learning objectives. The Spanish Hub is easy, flexible and intuitive for all users.

As more and more institutions move into the digital world, it is important for us to offer digital content in an interface that is intuitive and straightforward for all types of users and 100% web-based and browser friendly, as well as compatible with all smartphones and tablets via an application that allows instructors and students to work both offline and online at any time and from any location.

Technology that is affordable,
intuitive, mobile, and accessible to all!

Students can find:

  • An interactive version of the Student Edition
  • An interactive version of the Workbook
  • An enriched eText version of the Student Edition
  • An enriched eText version of the Workbook
  • Grammar tutorials (video)
  • Grammar tutorials (video)
  • Pronunciation tutorials (video)
  • Videos with scripts and closed captions for students who are hearing impaired
  • Audio files with scripts
  • Worksheets for heritage students
  • Differentiation worksheets
  • Assessment rubrics
  • Self and peer assessment rubrics
  • Interactive quizzes
  • Spanish-English and English-Spanish Glossaries
  • Maps
  • …and more!

Teachers can find:

  • An interactive version of the Student Edition
  • An interactive version of the Workbook
  • An enriched eText version of the Student Edition
  • An enriched eText version of the Workbook
  • An eText version of the Teacher’s Edition
  • AP and IB correlations
  • Standards correlations
  • Lesson plans
  • Hybrid learning plans
  • Assessment Program (midterm and final exams, Integrated Performance Assessments, etc.)
  • Grammar tutorials (video)
  • Pronunciation tutorials (video)
  • Videos with scripts and closed captions for students who are hearing impaired
  • Audio files with scripts
  • Worksheets for heritage students
  • Differentiation worksheets
  • Assessment rubrics
  • Self and peer assessment rubrics
  • Interactive quizzes
  • An LMS with gradebook, messaging system, homework assignment tool and analytics data to evaluate student performance
  • …and more!

Contributors

Evelyn Alizo

Bethlehem Central High School, NY
Areas of expertise: differentiated instruction, culture and civilization, diversity, inclusiveness, high school

Antonio Amo Quintanilla

Francis W. Parker School, IL
Areas of expertise: IB and French Baccalaureate, differentiated instruction, middle and high school

Teresita Barcia

Bethlehem Central High School, NY
Areas of expertise: cultural proficiency, cultural grammar, and cultural relevant pedagogy, high school

Luis Enrique Elías

Trinity School, NY
Areas of expertise: diversity and digital competence, middle and high school

Sharon Ferrer

City of Pembroke Pines Charter School, FL
Areas of expertise: cultural and intercultural training, middle and high school

Sonia Josa

Flint Hill School, VA
Areas of expertise: communicative methods, project-based learning, middle and high school 

Kristin Piazza

Flint Hill School, VA
Areas of expertise: communicative methods, project-based learning, high school

Fernando Pomar

Carolina Day School, NC
Areas of expertise: Spanish literature, AP instruction, inclusive practices, positive learning, high school

Linda Villadóniga

Teacher of the Year of the Florida Foreign Language Association Irving Wershow Award.
Areas of expertise: project-based learning, middle and high school

Reviewers

DEBORAH BLAZ
Trine University, IN
Areas of expertise: differentiation, and assessment

BEN BRADSHAW
Summerour Middle School, GA
Areas of expertise: middle school, communicative grammar

SONIA BRUNO
Broward County Public School, FL
Areas of expertise: multicultural curriculum, performance assessment, cooperative learning

FRANCISCO CASTILLO
Fayette County Public Schools, KY
Areas of expertise: differentiated instruction

DONNA CLEMENTI
Lawrence University, WI
Areas of expertise: assessment, and curriculum design

CONCEPCIÓN GRANDE
Durham Academy, NC
Areas of expertise: middle school, multicultural environment

YENSEN LAMBERT
Green Farms Academy, CT
Areas of expertise: AP instructions, IPA assessment

MARY LOURDES HAEDO
Eastside High School, FL
Areas of expertise: AP and IB instruction

SALLY HOOD
University of Portland's School of Education
Areas of expertise: effective instructional practices, differentiated instructions, multilingualism 

ELLEN SHERRELL
Silver Creek School Corporation, IN
Areas of expertise: Spanish heritage learners, ESL

HANNE SINCLAIR
Broward County Public School, FL
Areas of expertise: curriculum development, middle and high school

LAURA ZINKE
McClintock High School, AZ
Areas of expertise: AP instruction

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