Version of "El coquí " legend from Puerto Rico. Explains how the tiny tree frog got his voice and makes the unique sound. Great legend to read to accompany a Taíno indian unit or for a TPRS lesson.
Packet includes several activites; Reading comprehension, true or false, put events in order, grammar review for Preterit, Imperfect, Conditional, Webquest, and links for additional activities.
After reading the legend, my students make little frogs using origami paper and I play the "Coquí" sound track which can be easily found online. Great lesson for teaching Preterite and Imperfect.
Instructions online for frog origami:
Coquí sound from YouTube:
You might also be interested in the ppt for Puerto Rico: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Puerto-Rico-1839044
or the "Medio Ambiente" Bundle:
1.2 Interpretive Communication: Learners understand, interpret, and analyze
what is heard, read, or viewed on a variety of topics.
2.1 Relating Cultural Practices to Perspectives
3.1 Making Connections: Learners build, reinforce, and expand their