When I was teaching Spanish, one of the best purchases ever was that comedy jewel, Dumb and Dumber. You see, I found a DVD with a Spanish audio option, and I thought, neat! The students know the movie fairly well already, in most cases. They can listen to it in Spanish and pick up a few words!
Even more student-friendly is the option of turning on English subtitles with Spanish audio, so that students can read along in English as they listen to the words and structures rendered into Spanish.
I made this vocabulary chart to give students some specific words to look for and learn as they enjoy a fun movie, making class both educational and *highly* entertaining.
There is no preview product for this because the chart itself is just one page long, containing about 60 key terms, along with room for students to write the English translation of the Spanish terms they are looking for.
The chart is really helpful if you use this particular movie with the Spanish audio, which makes it a highly specialized product, but in case it's of use to a Spanish teacher looking for a fun activity that will last a couple of class periods -- enjoy!
LOOKING FOR SPANISH GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY INTERACTIVE EXERCISES? THESE MIGHT BE JUST THE TICKET:
Spanish Self-Checking Interactive Exercises: -ar verbs, Present Tense
Spanish Self-Checking Interactive Exercises: -er verbs, Present Tense
Spanish Self-Checking Interactive Exercises: Verbs like Gustar
Spanish Self-Checking Interactive Exercises: Spanish Synonyms, Level I
P.S. -- No answer key is included because any Spanish teacher will know the translations instantly and be able to spot check them very rapidly.