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Fotografía Digital Lesson

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The digital version of our popular "La Historia de Fotografía Juanes Spanish Lesson" is available on Google Drive.

This TPRS Story is based on the Juanes song Fotografia. It includes a story that focuses on the structures busca, llama, y (no) esta. The story is based on the meaning of the song Fotografía about distance between a couple (Juanes and his wife Karen) who must resort to looking at a photo when they can't be together.

This story is ready for you to use immediately with your students during the remote or online setting.

This digital bundle includes the following resources:

1) Fotografía Digital Activity Teacher Version

-Instructions on how to use this activity

-Editable cloze activity with song lyrics, translation worksheet, and text of story

-Template for students to drag-and-drop correct lyric in the missing space, and version so students can only type answer on top of document and not edit the worksheet.

-Answer Key

2) Fotografia Images

Tell the story by presenting on Google Slides or using the included PDF version. You can either present the images on your screen as you tell the story or if you have access to something like Explain Everything you can import the slides/PDF and write/draw on the screen as you present.

Also includes the same slides with text added (can be used as your the basis of your class story)

3) Digital Text for students notes

A Google Doc with an uneditable doc of the story that students can either print, or digitally take notes on by inserting text boxes or adding comments.

4) Study Guide

Helping understand the main verbs of the story (busca, llama, saca, mira) as well as using the direct object pronoun Lo/La (Him/Her), which is a good introduction to this concept to expose students to their usage before any grammar explanation or expectations that they use them.

For a snippet on how to present the story on (Explain Everything), check out our video preview on YouTube.

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Teaching Duration
3 days
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