Life in the Sanctuary Region
Children and Families Share Their Stories
Welcome to the Market in Angangueo!
and Contrasting Language and Culture
Use some or all of these reading activities as you read this bilingual
story about life in the Monarch Sanctuary Region.
1. Show students the photo gallery, then pull up just the Spanish text of the story and share it as a class.
2. Look closely
at each picture.
to the English version of the page. How does it compare with your ideas
about what was happening?
think about the types of food your family buys and how you buy it. Use the
to the right or make a Venn diagram to show how your experiences compare
with those of people in Angangueo. You could compare these types of things:
you shop for food
of food you buy
- how food
is packaged or displayed
- who shops
- time spent
shopping for food
- who sells
the food you buy
or tell a partner about how you would feel if your family shopped for
food as people do in Angangueo. What might you like and dislike about
The physical and human characteristics of places.
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