Saturday, June 7, 2014
After reading this article in the New York Times about using infographs as teaching tools I decided to go in search of my own infographs en español for use in the classroom. This search led me to a wonderful collection by Alfredo Vela. It's a terrific source for infographs on just about everything ranging from humor to global warming. I also wanted to see how I could incorporate these into use for the classroom. So, using the Comprehensible Classroom's Common Core for State Standards Guide for developing reading comprehension questions, I tried my hand at developing some questions for an infograph describing illiteracy rates in Mexico.