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After Maria Netflix Documentary Movie Guide Questions in English & Spanish

Grade Levels
1st - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Homeschool, Staff
Formats Included
  • Word Document File
8 pages
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Want to teach about Puerto Rico or Hurricane Maria, but don't know where to start. This film guide includes a pre-assessment to see what students know before and after watching the documentary.

2 Movie Guides. 1 completely in English and 1 completely in Spanish. 28 Movie Guide Questions in chronological order that include pre-listening questions, questions to answer during the movie, and reflection/analysis questions that can also serve as discussion questions after the movie. Includes Answer Key included! Both in English & Spanish.

2 guías de películas. 1 completamente en inglés y 1 completamente en español. 28 Preguntas de la guía de películas en orden cronológico que incluyen preguntas previas a la escucha, preguntas para responder durante la película y preguntas de reflexión / análisis que también pueden servir como preguntas de discusión después de la película. Incluye la clave de respuestas en inglés y español.

About the film:

In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria's catastrophic destruction in 2017, three Puerto Rican women and their families are caught between worlds as their FEMA housing assistance in New York expires. With the threat of homelessness on the horizon, After Maria follows these families as they fight to keep their families together and battle the emotional effects from displacement.

This is a guide to use if you decide to watch "After Maria" from Netflix. I myself did not understand the devastation until I watched the documentary (even after visiting the island after the hurricane) and will be using the documentary next year to truly explain the inequalities given to Puerto Ricans who continue to be treated as second class citizens.

Total Pages
8 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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