Muzzy is an older language learning series. The graphics appear to be from the 1970´s. The students enjoy seeing "vintage" cartoons and will comment on how much animation has progressed since the writing of this series.
I like to incorporate this series because the speakers are native, and there is a lot of repetitiveness to the structures/vocabulary that is being taught in a given segment.
Part one, which this handout accompanies, introduces, Me llamo, basic adjectives (strong, brave, beautiful, fat, smart), good morning, good afternoon, good evening, I have, I like and a few types of fruit (peach, plum, grapes).
I have more viewing guides for the additional series episodes available in my store.
These are also useful to assign students that may be absent due to illnesses.
I pause the video to review the material they should be hearing/capturing while we are watching. This takes a lot of the fear out of being able to "keep up."