If you are looking for follow-up activities to engage students in a text that they have read in the target language, consider setting up reading stations (sometimes called centers) in the classroom. These centers typically center on a particular interest of the student and you can have each student complete one or two of the activities depending on time and interest. When students have a choice they tend to invest more time and focus more attention. Here are some ideas for setting up reading stations in your world language classroom:
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