Hola, Flamenco – An Introduction to Spain's National Art

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History, Music, Dance, Cultural Studies and adventure come together in a high-spirited, melodious romp through the rolling hills of Andalusia – all filmed in gorgeous high definition 1080p. Welcome to the next generation of educational movie!

‘Hola, Flamenco’ is a historically-themed documentary short dedicated to Spain’s UNESCO-recognized national art. Featuring performances, demonstrations and interviews with some of Flamenco’s most renowned and charismatic figures, it provides a striking, vibrant introduction to Spain, to European History, and to one of the world’s most beloved cultural genres.

***An exciting and innovative way to teach the Common Core! The film is in Spanish, with English subtitles. Appropriate for all ages,* subject matter is best suited for Grades 6 and up. All academic materials are in English. Purchase bundle includes Common Core-aligned resources for Grades 6-12***

Each purchase is accompanied by the informational text "Music as a Time Machine," as well as the following materials:

"Music as a Time Machine":

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---Vocabulary Exercise

---Reading Comprehension Quiz

---Compare and Contrast ‘Cheat Sheet’ Grid

---Understanding Flamenco, Understanding History

"The Romany: Centuries of Discrimination":

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---Vocabulary Exercise

---Reading Comprehension Quiz

---'Match ‘Em' and Short Answer Worksheet

"Two Sisters: Seville and Cordoba":

---Two Sisters: Seville & Cordoba - Internet Essay Think Piece

"Hola, Flamenco" Supplemental Materials:

---Viewing Comprehension Quiz

MashAvz strives to create academic material that is intelligent, fun and appealing to the eye. We hope that our video-based curriculums will stoke your students' intellectual curiosity and love of the arts, while also instilling in them a great respect for the world's diversity.

*We believe in promoting healthy life habits for students of every age, so all instances of on-screen smoking and drinking have been deleted from the film's TPT version, However, due to the necessity of preserving authentic interview, performance and story elements as they happened, some scenes are filmed in taverns. One scene remains with a performer briefly holding a lit cigarette.*

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