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This 25 minute audio episode interviews several high school students in Oakland CA that survived difficult immigration journeys from their home countries in Central America to the US. Students discuss their transition to American life, reconnecting with family they haven't seen in years, difficulties of adjustment. Download contains 20 questions in chronological order. Different than my other episodes, these questions are structured in multiple choice format (still super challenging) that cou
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9th - 12th
In this episode we meet Rosaura, an immigrant from Honduras living in Long Island who works a grueling schedule cleaning houses to support family living back in Honduras. Rosaura tells the story of her arrival, her daily life and struggle to support her daughter and grandchildren who depend on her for their survival. Then we go with the journalist to Tegucigalpa to meet her daughter Amalia, and learn about the gangs and violence that threaten their daily existence. Honduras is the most danger
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9th - 12th
This 10 minute interview with a coyote (immigrant trafficker) is a great listening practice for an AP V Spanish class where the students can't yet sustain longer conversations with full comprehension. The interview is just 10 minutes long, so you can replay it several times if necessary for students to understand. Radio Ambulante interviews a coyote and we discover how coyotes get into the business, what they actually earn, and why they are important advocates in the illegal immigration proces
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9th - 12th
This bundle includes 6 Radio ambulante listening practices centered around AP themes: 1. Tecnologia - Despues de Victor2. Identity - Postal de San Salvador3. Desafios mundiales - El Cascajo4. Vida contemporanea - Tuneame la Nave5. Belleza y estética - Miss Rizos6. Familia y comunidad - Hermanas
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10th - 12th, Higher Education
Radioambulante.org has many engaging story episodes about various people throughout Latin America. This episode tells the story of a fisherman lost at sea for 438 days who survived until he landed in the Marshall Islands. Episode is about 25 minutes long and is best suited for a Heritage Speakers or AP level class where students already have high levels of proficiency. Non native speaker classes will work better if you pause the program periodically and replay parts to ensure students underst
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10th - 12th
This bundle contains 6 Radio Ambulante Listening Practices for AP Spanish: 1. Familia/Comunidad - Los huerfanos2. Identidad - Soy marrón3. Belleza y estética - La fealdad4. Desafios mundiales - Recien llegados5. Vida contemporanea - Instrumentos de guerra6. Tecnología - #Renuncia yaListening practices can be broken into subsections to discuss topics or assess comprehension. All listening episodes are available for free on Radioambulante.org
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10th - 12th, Higher Education
This 15 minute broadcast chronicles the story of a Chilean grad student who was arrested and detained for attending a protest in Mexico for the 43 "disappeared" students. He tells the story of his arrest and how eventually they were forced to drop the charges and liberate him. The story will have students on the edge of their seat wondering how things will turn out. This audiocast is best suited for a Heritage learners class that can sustain longer amounts of spoken Spanish with good comprehen
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9th - 12th
In this podcast, a popular Latina comedian stays the night at the (haunted) Biltmore Hotel in Miami Florida and experiences a night like none other. In her interview she recounts a series of events that bring her a new sense of empathy and belief in the presence of the supernatural. Podcast contains 17 short answer questions for students and an answer key for you. Takes just under 30 minutes so there is enough time to play it through twice to check for understanding. This lesson works best f
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9th - 12th
This listening practice presents the story of Mauricio, an undocumented mechanic who became famous on the MTV show Pimp My Ride. It runs about 20 minutes and is best suited for a Heritage Learners Spanish class but could also be taught at AP level 5 if you stop the audio cast and replay sections for students to grab the details. Lesson download includes questions that follow the program, answer key and a youtube link to a particularly funny episode of the Mexican version of the show starring M
This 17 minute broadcast from Radio Ambulante is one of my favourite episodes. Heritage learners who have fled gang violence in their home countries will really identify with the protagonists story about how her choice of hair colour almost cost her life. This podcast is excellent for discussing the AP theme of identity and how our identity can affect how we are judged and/or treated. This lesson works best with Heritage learners or Advanced Placement students with a little extra help from you
This 22 minute podcast examines how life changed in a small rural Maine town after the election of President Trump. Told through the eyes of a Peruvian journalist who lives in Maine with his American wife, this episode will resonate with Heritage learners who are experiencing micro aggressions in their daily lives since the election. This podcast works great for a heritage class or an AP Level 5 class, where you may have to cut it into smaller portions for better comprehension. Download conta
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9th - 12th
This Radioambulante podcast interviews a real life every day superhero en Argentina Menganno. A family man by day, Menganno cruises the streets by night fighting crime on his motorcycle. This episode discusses the challenges of being a superheroe and is great preparation for the cultural comparision section of the Spanish Language AP test, where superheroes often come up. Download includes comprehension questions, essay prompt, extra link to a Youtube interview for post follow up with the r
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9th - 12th
This 17 minute podcast is one of my absolute favourite Radio Ambulante Episodes that recounts the story of a woman who winds up in jail for having extended her help to a pair of orphaned children. The worksheet contains 15 questions that accompany the episode in chronological order and a short essay topic for reflection upon completion of the episode. Radio Ambulante episodes work best for Heritage Learners that can comprehend Spanish for sustained periods of time. This activity could also be
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9th - 12th
This 17 minute broadcast tells the story of some Colombian musicians who were kidnapped and forced to play music at a paramilitary birthday party in the middle of the jungle. 10 queestions in chronological order that follow the podcast and an essay topic for reflection aftewards make up the guide that follows this program. This lesson is best suited for a Heritage Learners Spanish class or a Level VAP where students can follow sustained spoken Spanish for a period of time. You may wish to bre
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9th - 12th
This worksheet contains 24 questions that accompany the podcast En este pueblo no hay ladrones on Radio Ambulante. These listening podcasts work best for Heritage Language Learners who are able to comprehend Spanish for sustained periods of time. They are doable with a level V AP Spanish class, but you may have to chunk the broadcast into shorter spurts and replay so students can catch all the information. Radio Ambulante is excellent practice for the listening part of the AP test since the s
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9th - 12th
This 30 minute podcast tells the story of two sisters, one who went to live with father in the US following a divorce, while the other sister chose to stay behind in Mexico. Years later the sisters recount their experiences from one side of the border to the other and how its changed them but also held them close. This is an excellent podcast for a AP V class or a Heritage Language learner class who can handle listening to Spanish for up to half an hour. Connects well to the AP theme of Identi
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This worksheet accompanies the episode PANICO on Radioambulante.org. Audio cast is about 25 minutes and tells the story of Ana, a journalist in Argentina who was suddenly confronted with panic attacks and how she learned to cope with them. Anxiety and panic are on the rise among young people and many of my students identified with this podcast. Worksheet contains short answer questions for comprehension in chronological order and an essay prompt for students to reflect/connect after hearing t
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9th - 12th
This newest 20 episode of Radio Ambulante addresses the issue of beauty, through the eyes of Gabi who is very self critical and those around her who have criticized and mocked her for her ugliness since childhood. In the interview Gabi explores the topic of ugliness/beauty and how she sees herself, those around her and how others have treated her. This podcast is excellent for a Heritage Learner class or a Level V Spanish AP class as one of the AP themes is beauty and aesthetics. There are a
This episode from Radio Ambulante is a great opener for the topic of Identity and for any classroom where you can explore the topic of race, hair discrimination and how messages about hair affect how we see ourselves. The podcast is relatively short, a 15 minute interview with Carolina Contreras, who has a website MissRizos.com. This lesson begins with anticipatory questions for students to reflect and discuss their own opinions of hair. Following is an activity where students examine advertis
This episode of Radio Ambulante addresses our dependence on technology and our fascination with social networks in a light positive story. Edith, an older woman in Peru finds herself unexpectedly widowed and very sad. Through a lap top computer and Facebook account her son sets up, she rises from her grief and depression to reconnect with friends from childhood and ultimately find a chance at happiness again. This episode is excellent for Heritage Learners or Advanced Placement classes prepar
This 22 minute podcast discusses the heavy metal music movement in Cuba during the 1980's and covers how they were discriminated against by the government, and how they worked to create benefit concerts to fight AIDS and generate awareness. My students needed to hear this episode twice in order to answer the questions completely largely due to the fact that the Cuban accent is harder to understand if you are not used to it. Download contains 22 chronological questions to accompany the podcast a
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9th - 12th
This 30 minute episode takes place in Colombia where they explore the business of guiding tourists through sites of famous narcotraficantes. RA interviews Popeye, the former right hand man of Pablo Escobar as he escorts tourists around to homes and and other key narco-locations. The episode is absolutely fascinating when you consider they have built a business out of crimes, Popeye himself narrates his tours with personal/criminal accomplishments while working for Escobar. This audio episode
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9th - 12th
This is a listening comprehension activity for intermediate to advanced Spanish students concerning a controversy around Peruvian cuisine using a podcast from Radio Ambulante. The lesson includes links to a Power Point and a more student-appropriate version of the audio.
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10th - 12th
This cheerful and brief episode comes straight from the life of one of the RA journalists. He discusses his son's venture into recording conversations in Spanish with friends and family and connects it to a book of speeches he discovered while trying to re-learn Spanish as an adult in Peru. While looking at the absurd collection of speeches, the real importance of his discovery isnt the topics but the ability to function in Spanish vs indigenous dialects that keep populations isolated from opp
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9th - 12th

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