Bajo la mesa Spanish Song of the Week and Clip Chat Movie Talk Huellas 1.1 FREE
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- A Spanish song of the week is a wonderful way to expose students to the voices native speakers from around the Spanish-speaking world. Scientists believe that music is as addictive as fast food, money, and other vices. Our students are not interested in taking worksheets home, but they will turn onPrice $152.00Original Price $215.00Save $63.00
Dive in with us to a movie talk (clip chat) based around an amazing song and music video. Bajo la mesa is the perfect way to get your students into a chat about art and artists. It provides opportunities for students to learn to describe things in detail (an amazing AP skill). With suggested grammar topics, vocabulary, and a full face to face and remote lesson plan, this is a unit you can use as-is to save two weeks of planning!
This unit of study is unit 1.1 of Somewhere to Share's Huellas curriculum for Intermediate students. It can also be used as a stand-alone unit.
This product contains:
Bajo la mesa by Morat and Sebastián Yatra as the song of the week
Cloze activities with and without English, with and without word bank
A movie talk and follow up to get input of the target structures
Two listening activities to dig deeper into the song lyrics
Readings about the importance of art and art museums
Lesson plans for 8 days of face to face learning and up to 13 days of virtual or hybrid learning
A printable (or digital) reader with biographies of the artists whose work is featured in the video
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ My students loved this unit! I use it I. Spanish 3 as a pre-AP/IB curriculum and I love how the themes from AP and IB are incorporated to introduce the vocab! When the class randomly starts singing along with the song, it is a win in my book! Great resource!
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