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1. Ir al cine
This is an editable powerpoint with a ready to use class story to teach "ir al cine" and the different types of movies, such as "películas de terror, de acción, de comedia, and románticas" (22 pages)
2. Fotografía song and story
This TPRS Story is based on the Juanes song Fotografia. It includes a story that teachers the structures Busca, llama, y (no) esta. The story is based on the meaning of the song Fotografia between the distance between a couple who must resort to looking at a photo when they can't be together. (21 pages)
3. Tiene Que Story
Miguel doesn’t like to study; he wants to play video games. But when he has to talk to the principal he learns a fun way to study that is just like a videogame… Reading, Storyboard, and more.
4. Va a México, Tiene Pasaporte Story
This story focuses on the structures Tiene, Va a, and Está en...
The 1st story is about a girl who has a job, but has 7 days of vacation. With her passport, she goes to Mexico. The immigration official gives her a tourist visa, and But trouble arises when, on her way back home, she doesn't have her passport! Uh oh, what will she do?
5. El Tigre Tiene Hambre Story
A tiger is sad because he is hungry. He sees a monkey to eat, but is frustrated when the monkey defends itself. A novice level TPRS story that features a hungry tiger that sees animals. Focuses on the words: Ve, no ve, and dice.
6. Alma MovieTalk:
This video focuses on a girl who sees a doll that looks her like. Includes various readings and activities. Also includes an additional story that continues the story....
7. El Monstruo del Armario MovieTalk:
A scary video with focuses on structures "escucha algo", "grita", and "no hay nada".
8. A las Tres Song and MovieTalk:
A music video that tells the story of a migrant worker missing his family and calling them every Sunday at three o'clock.
9. Mr. Bean va al hospital MovieTalk:
Your students will laugh at the antics of Sr. Frijol as they learn the words "espera", "se mueve" and "tiene la pierna enyesada". Great during body parts unit.
10. Destino (Destiny) Very repetitive video featuring verbs se despierta, se levanta, sale de la casa
11. La historia de un Oso (Bear Story):
It's no wonder this movie won an Oscar. Although you will need to purchase the video on Youtube or iTunes (less than $6), this lesson includes a reading on the story as well as a reading on the background of the Military Regime of Chile in the 1970s.
12. Essential Spanish Words Posters and Handout:
Question Words, Most Important Verbs for TPRS, Transitional/Connecting words for student writing, and a handout of Common Expressions that students can use
13. Extra Surprise Story
I have used all of these stories and videos in a Spanish 1 class and they are appropriate for Novice Mid to Intermediate Low levels, although they can be adapted for higher levels.