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Mexican Studies: Learn while you Draw! Axolotls andt Lake Xochimilco for Ages 6-11
Get $3 off my classes with coupon code REINATRES3 Did you know Axolotl's are originally from México? In this one time class, we will learn all about the Mexican salamander, the Axolotl! We will also learn about their beautiful original homeland- Lake Xochimilco in central México. Join us for Hispanic (Latinx) Heritage Month!
In this one time class, we will learn all about the Mexican salamander, known as the Axolotl! We will also learn about their beautiful original homeland- Lake Xochimilco in central México. In this we will cover some facts about the endangered species that has become so popular! We will learn about some facts about their life, why they were nearing extinction and learn the proper way to pronounce their name! :) Because Lake Xochimilco is the original homeland of Mesoamerican societies like...
I am an experienced educator who has taught at nearly every level of instruction from pre-k to college level! My very first job out of high school was as a bilingual instructional aide for the Head Start program in my city. I currently teach undergraduate students who are preparing to become K-12 teachers. I earned a bachelor's degree in Chicano/Latino Studies and also hold an advanced degree (Master of Arts) in Chicano/Latino Studies. I have taught undergraduates in the field of Chicano/Latino Studies since 2009.
For learners who would rather not draw, a template will be provided upon enrollment with two different styles of axolotls to color and decorate. Learners who choose to free draw their own axolotl, please make sure your learner has paper (drawing paper or any paper will do) and a pencil, eraser, crayons, or markers.
The Mexican Axolotl, Ambystoma mexicanum: Its Biology and Developmental Genetics by George M. Malacinski https://guides.loc.gov/hispanic-studies History of the Conquest of Mexico by Prescott, William H. As an expert in this field, I will provide multiple perspectives that highlight the contributions of Mexican history.
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