Mi tierra–Homeland is a multimedia project designed to engage your students in informed discussions on immigration, cultural identity, Spanish in the United States, and human dignity through music, narrative, videos, and innovative classroom activities.
The work consists of 8 chapters, each containing a personal narrative by writer and singer-songwriter David Lindes that explores a facet of his experience as a first-generation Guatemalan immigrant.
Each chapter is included in both Spanish and English, and is accompanied by an original song, deepening the narrative's power to engage, and the student's ability to understand the Latino immigrant experience through this intimate first-hand account.
THREE WAYS TO ENGAGE
All 8 chapters of the book / album with bilingual classroom activities, plus new content every month in the areas of Artes, Noticias, Español en EEUU, and Videos.
Educators: $29.99 / Year
Students: $19.99 / Semester
Adopt the book / album for your course. You'll get automatic membership to our monthly resources site, and your students can choose whether to purchase the work in print or digital formats.
A turnkey curriculum solution.
Purchase the book in digital or print format. Each copy includes all 8 personal narratives with their original songs. The education digital edition includes classroom activities for each chapter.
A stellar multimedia experience.
Book & Activities
If you have questions about the project or how to adapt it to your students' needs, we'd love to hear from you. We read every message and respond promptly.