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El Perdón by Nicky Jam Activity Packet

El Perdón by Nicky Jam Activity Packet
El Perdón by Nicky Jam Activity Packet
El Perdón by Nicky Jam Activity Packet
El Perdón by Nicky Jam Activity Packet
El Perdón by Nicky Jam Activity Packet
El Perdón by Nicky Jam Activity Packet
El Perdón by Nicky Jam Activity Packet
El Perdón by Nicky Jam Activity Packet
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This is a 3-day packet to teach the song El Perdón. There are lesson plans for how I use these resources. It is a focus on the chorus of the song and present progressive. There are 4 major activities-
1) Teaching the chorus of the song (Introduction to present progressive)
2) Word Cloud Listening Activity
3) Cloze passage
4) Create your own lyrics activity for individual work or groups

These activities would be great for the 2nd semester Spanish 1 student or Spanish 2

WANT MORE?? - I have an extended packet-
5) Story inspired by Nicky Jam's experience of being discovered at his job at a supermarket
6) Story review activity- "Write, Draw, Share"
7) Reading on the artist Nicky Jam

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When do I teach this unit?

I use Martina Bex’s curriculum. I teach this song after Storytelling Unit 08: La comida latina and use it to teach the present progressive tense. I also recommend Martina Bex’s notes and activities for the present progressive tense.

How do I address “tomando” which in the song means “drinking” (implied alcohol)?

In my class we have already learned “toma” which they know to mean “he/she takes” OR “he/she drinks” I go over “tomando” before looking at the lyrics, and I do not mention alcohol. I let them choose which meaning to draw in their dictionary, and we discuss either or both. Later when we go over the lyrics, I tell them what it means in the context of the song. Then, we talk about good and bad decisions for when you are upset. We come up with better ideas. (exercising, talking to a friend, listening to music etc.) When it comes to“Como un loco tomando” while singing, we switch out the “oh” at the end of the phrase for a more responsible drink like Coca-Cola, leche, jugo or Fanta. It becomes fun to add in a different drink each time we sing.
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