I love to have students write about their interests in Spanish, so at the end of the year we reach this movie unit and students practice more creative writing. I like to celebrate good work whenever possible, especially writing. These might go on a bulletin board, or even the whiteboard front and center for everyone to see, the wall on the way out of the classroom, or anywhere that gets students' attention.
This is a simple but useful tool for celebrating student achievement and writing skills.
How I use this in class:
Students choose their favorite movie, or a movie they want to write about. Using the vocabulary and grammar from U6L1, they write in-depth movie reviews and have guided or essential questions to get them started. (ex: What's the name of the movie? What type of movie is it? Who are the main characters? Who plays the roles? etc.) We do this after they've had plenty of practice reading other reviews and answering similar questions, and practiced the vocabulary. I like use this as a formative assessment as we're finishing up the year, before reviewing for finals.