There are many different ways as math teachers to make ourselves more accessible to all students. When making yourself more accessible to the students, making an impact with Hispanic students is a tough thing to do, especially if they are ESL students and new to the school. In this post, I will give you three resources that will help you make a deeper connections with the students.
http://www.123teachme.com/spanish_word_for/math is a site that teaches teachers different spanish phrases, for teachers to use during parent teacher conferences. (Even though there are only a few phrases it is still very powerful.)
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/languages/spanish/subjects/math.shtml is a site that relates numbers and math to words in Spanish. There are many different numbers and symbols that are specific to Spanish heritage. There are also pictures correlated to the words that make it easier to understand.
http://www.todos-math.org/resources is a resource guide for teachers to give students that incorporates many different links to pages that are dual language in English and Spanish. There are many different manipulatives and books that students can use to get ahead in class.