Wyatt learns the meaning of ahorita/em in this playful take on the meaning of a very confusing word! Students learn colloquial expressions and modes of communication as two friends text each other in order to meet up. This Level 1 reader features full audio for every chapter, accessible via QR codes. Simply scan the QR codes with a smartphone or tablet using any free QR code reader. Laptop users access audio via included web addresses. Also, your purchase includes a FREE download with comprehension questions and answer keys. Level 1br / Unique Words: 312br / Total Words: 1,995br / Tense(s): infinitivo, gerundio, presente/embr / Glossary: yes span style=”color:#FF0000;”Listen to the complete chapter 2 audio recording from the reader, located in “Additional Info.”/spanReader:/ Copyright 2020. Spanish. Level 1. High school. 5 x 7 inches. Softcover, 49 pages. Get Everything You Need to Support Your Reader Lesson!This all-in-one, remote-friendly, reproducible teacher’s guide gives you everything you need to support your lesson on the Level 1 Acquisition Reader ;iquest;Ahorita?/em. You get: Your Teacher’s Guide: Explanations of each section in the guide Pre-Reading Guide: Character and setting summaries, cultural notes, and helpful words and phrases Multiple comprehension activities, a quiz, and a summary for EVERY chapter Post-Reading Guide: A chapter survey, story discussion, writing activities to work directly with the story, a reader project, and a reader test Picture gallery of all images in the reader, plus activities The full reader glossary Complete answer keys for all activitiesTeacher;#39;s Guide and Student Activities: Copyright 2020. Spanish, English. Level 1. High school. 8.5 x 11 inches. PDF download, 93 pages.About the Author Inga Paterson-Z;uacute;tilde;iga is a Spanish language educator who has taught to all levels, K-12, for over 20 years. She is an expert in Comprehensible Input methodology, and has facilitated workshops throughout the eastern United States since 2005. She spends her summers in the Central Mexican cities of Quer;eacute;taro and San Miguel de Allende with her husband and family, working to enrich her cultural awareness and raise her son bilingual and bicultural.