Día de los Muertos - Day of the Dead Spanish Class Speaking Find Someone Who
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Do you want a meaningful, communicative, and differentiated target language Day of the Dead activity for Spanish 1 that is more than a craft? Communicate about the Day of the Dead in Spanish class with a Día de muertos speaking activity. Get novice Spanish 1, Spanish 2, or middle school Spanish students talking in Spanish about Día de muertos and Spanish culture.
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This PDF Day of the Dead Find Someone Who contains multiple differentiated versions to fit a variety of Spanish class needs.
- ✅ Page 1 - Interpersonal questions with yo form provided - most support
- ✅ Page 2 - Presentational writing w/ the support of s/he forms - most support
- ✅ Page 3 - Interpersonal questions - more advanced
- ✅ Page 4 - Presentational writing about friends & self w/ word bank
- ✅ Page 5 - Presentational writing about friends & self - most advanced
This interpersonal Find Someone Who activity was designed as a communicative activity to get students talking using personal questions related to Día de los muertos (the Day of the Dead) in Spanish class. It would be great to use after students are introduced to basic vocabulary about the Day of the Dead through films such as The Book of Life or Coco, or the novel Tumba by Mira Canion. It is a great one-day activity to review the Day of the Dead. This resource is PDF only.
⭐️ Make this Find Someone Who digital-friendly
- ✅ Use the TPT EASEL digital add-on to share w/ students & collect responses.
- ✅ Click Print and then save as PDF with the pages you want to use digitally and share with students.
⭐️ Make this Find Someone Who social distance friendly
- ✅ Do the paper FSW activity outside or interview a partner using Plexiglas.
- ✅ Instead of having other people sign the form, have each student just write the name of the person who said yes instead.
- ✅ Instead of interviewing the whole class, just work with a partner or small group with masks on.
⭐️ Read this blog post about mixing up Find Someone Who for more ideas for using this activity face to face, hybrid, and or virtual both on paper and digital.
5 star reviews for this Day of the Dead Activity from Spanish Teachers like you
- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This resource was a great way to get my students moving throughout the classroom and testing their knowledge of Día de Muertos. It was colorful, easy to read, and fun for them. ¡Gracias! - Kimberly (used with Spanish grades 9-12)
- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I love this activity! They were helping each other review and with their Spanish and it didn't feel like a "lesson." - Elizabeth L
- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This was a great follow up activity to our unit on Day of the Dead. I love to have my students up and moving. - Puentes to CI
- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ love this! Community building AND culture :) - Deirdre K
- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Great communicative activity (about the Day of the Dead) that ties writing in too! - Cassidy O
ACTFL World-Readiness Standards for Learning Languages
- ✅ Interpersonal Communication
- ✅ Presentational Communication
- ✅ Cultural Comparisons
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