PPT is for Oswaldo Guayasamin, a Ecuadorian painter that brought attention to social injustice with his paintings. Great way to identify more Hispanic artists but also discuss social injustice. PPT has several discussion prompts. Great way to have students converse in the target language. It's in a Microsoft Power Point 97 format so you may add or delete slides. if desired. Key is included for discussion prompts. Great for Spanish AP and native speaker students.
To further enhance the lesson, I have students read a biography for the painter in Spanish and then summarize (both verbally and in a short composition):
Students play toss the soccer ball. The student that catches the ball has to give part of a verbal summary and then toss to another student until the class gets a complete verbal summary for the biography read in class. Afterwards students organize all the verbal summaries and write a composition.
For lower level students, I provide the introduction for the composition and they write the body and closing.