This 128 pages/Power Point slides Famous Hispanics/Latinos Presentations, Games, & Activities Bundle includes everything teachers need to teach this topic well and to make learning fun. These Power Point presentations, ideas, games, and projects will help the students to see the tremendous influence that many Hispanics/Latinos have had on the world through their written works, music, artistic pieces, and other talents and accomplishments. Students will also develop their reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills with these interactive activities and games.
This Personas Famosas Latinas Activities & Resources Bundle includes the following:
*Professional Teacher Illustrated Power Point presentation with pictures and information (en espanol) about Frida Kahlo, Juanes, Roberto Clemente, Evita Perón, César Chavez, Selena Quintanilla, Lionel Messi, César Millán and Che Guevara.
*Teacher instructions to explain famous Hispanics presentations projects to students. Example student sign-up sheet also included.
*Student-made example Power Point presentations for César Chávez, Fidel Castro, Diego Armando Maradona, Jaime Escalante, and Salvador Dalí.
*Links to videos about Famous Hispanic athletes, artists, singers, notable figures, politicians, etc.
*Interactive group guess who famous person game with list of current famous people and game instructions for students.
*Interactive student Quien Soy Yo? presentation activity with examples, answer sheet, and student instructions.
*Student worksheet for an interview of a Spanish-speaking person of interest
*Readings for students about famous Hispanics in Spanish - Frida Kahlo, Juanes, Roberto Clemente, Evita Perón, César Chavez, Selena Quintanilla, Lionel Messi, César Millán and Che Guevara.
*Note-taking worksheets for students to write down main ideas during presentations
*Quiz with questions from the information included in the Teacher Power Point
*Information about Latinos such as John Quinones, Ritchie Valens, George Lopez, Sofia Vergara, and more in English.
*Ideas for how to incorporate the study of notable Latinos into the Spanish classroom (Wax museum day, Teacher dress-up days, and example questions to spark students' ability to discuss famous people)
*2 listening or speaking/listening activities already prepared with descriptions of famous people in Spanish (most are Latinos, but some are figures such as Mother Teresa, Princess Diana, Michael Jordan, Tom Hanks, etc.). Teachers can use these descriptions as warm-up listening activities each day, as examples to model for students to create their own, as fun end--of-class discussion starters, or as game questions.
*Fill-in answer sheets for the famous person listening activities. The students choose a famous person about whom they write approximately 10 sentences describing them in the first person. They then polish their compositions and share them in front of the group while their classmates write down their guesses for each presenter. Students in the audience are encouraged to ask follow-up questions after each presentation if they cannot figure out who the person is describing.
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