This deck of cards can be used in several ways to review community members/job as well as typical Spanish I and II vocabulary. There are two types of cards: "problem" cards that describe an issue; for example, getting a cat stuck in a tree. The second type of card is the "person/place" card, typically a job, relationship or perhaps a famous person.
1. Print all the cards out on card stock and play the game like Memory, asking students to match a person/place to a problem. If you print the cards this way, you can also hand them to students and have them search the class for a partner to complete their pairing, etc.
2. Print problem cards back-to-back with people cards. Have students sit in a circle and give each a two-sided card. The first player reads the problem aloud. Students look at their cards to see if the person on them can help; if so, they volunteer by saying who (or where) they are. if there’s more than one volunteer, the original reader chooses the one they feel is most appropriate. Play passes to the chosen volunteer, who reads the problem on the other side of their card.
These cards are designed to be accessible to students who have completed a year of Spanish, but they may not understand every single word and/or verb tense. This is good practice for using context clues to figure things out; you can also edit the document as you wish to make the writing appropriate for your students. For example, you may wish to change a reference to David Ortiz to fit your local sports scene better.