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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, difficulti
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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
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9th - 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 practic
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10th - 12th, Higher Education
This 18 minute podcast explores the extraordinary friendship that evolved between 2 men in Argentina and Colombia with the same name. Through an internet search, they discovered they had more in common than just a name and a friendship and professional partnership evolved. This is a great episode
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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
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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 student
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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
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 th
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
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,
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 t
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9th - 12th
This is a listening comprehension worksheet to accompany the Spanish podcast from Radio Ambulante called "La importancia de llamarse Ernesto." The theme is identity, and there are conversation questions at different points in the listening activity. The questions are multiple choice.
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10th - 12th
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, w
This is the first of a two part audiocast about the dangers of plastic surgery in Colombia. Quite frankly the saddest and most troubling story I have heard to date on Radio Ambulante, but a real cliff hanger for students. Plastic surgery is a part of Colombian culture and many women succumb to pre
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9th - 12th
This 30 minute podcast from Radio Ambulante tells the story of how a detained migrant died in a US detention center. Was it a suicide or was he killed? Radio Ambulante interviews his family, doctors and fellow prisoners to try and determine the plight of a detainee. This podcast is excellent for
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9th - 12th
This episode of Radio Ambulante deals with an environmental challenge in Peru, where a Peruvian/Japanese biologist discovers a way to restore a polluted wetland with a new technology. The episode is 40 minutes, so its best delivered over 2 class periods for an AP Spanish class where you can play it
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9th - 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
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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 comparisi
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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 h
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
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 t
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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 fo
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
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9th - 12th
Radioambulante.org is an online radio show that does documentary style interviews with Spanish speakers around the world, similar to the program THIS AMERICAN LIFE on NPR. The stories are often incredible, narrated by the people who have actually lived them. Stories vary in length but most run aroun
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9th - 12th
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
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10th - 12th

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