El Monstruo del Armario Spanish MovieTalk Story

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Great resource. I love doing this Movie Talk right near Halloween. Great scenes in the home where you can point out decor, electrical outlet, etc. It's just scary enough for my middle schoolers.
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This Spanish Storytelling Lesson is a 2-4 day lesson using the short video "El Monstruo del Armario" (The Monster in the Closet) which can be used as MovieTalk lesson. The video is 2:50 but should take around 20 minutes to narrate using comprehensible language.

This lesson is a novice mid- intermediate low level and includes both a present AND past tense reading. This document is editable so you can change the language to best fit your students.

Slide 4: Instructions for the using as a 4 day lesson
Slide 5: Vocabulary
Slide 6-7: Story (for reading, although may give you an ideas on how to narrate your MovieTalk)
Slide 8-10: Questions
Slide 11: Practice using Tengo Miedo with students talking about fears
Slide 12: Comic
Slide 13: Reading of story in Present Tense
Slide 14: Reading of story in Past Tense
Slides 15-23 Screenshots from the video, which you may print as a handout as a prompt for students for re-tell

If you are new to MovieTalk, this lesson includes everything you need to get your started!

Check out our other lessons using stories
Total Pages
23 pages
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Teaching Duration
3 days
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