Everything you need to understand or teach Dreaming in Cuban by Cristina Garcia.
Dreaming in Cuba is the story of four Cuban women in one family dealing with the repercussions of the Cuban Revolution. Throughout the novel, the impact of the political situation and their relationships with one another are vastly affected by the Revolution and what the future holds for each of the women involved.
There are two main characters — Pilar and Celia. Celia is the matriarch of the family, the grandmother of Pilar. She believes that although Pilar lives in New York and Celia lives in Cuba, Pilar will remember and continue on with Celia's thoughts and memories. The relationship between Celia and Pilar is vastly influenced by the Cuban Revolution. Lourdes, Pilar's mother, takes the family from Cuba when Pilar is two years old. For this reason, Pilar doesn't really feel at home in Cuba or in New York. Pilar and Celia communicate telepathically for years late...
Dreaming in Cuban Lesson Plans contain 112 pages of teaching material, including: