A Reading Passage in Spanish about typical New Year's Eve traditions in Chile and their meanings.
This reading includes the following cábalas (traditions for luck):
Also included are four different versions of a chart with a cartoon showing a person trying to do all of these traditions at once.
Two versions of this chart are in full color and two as a black and white outline to make them ink friendly. Of each pair, one is with the words in Spanish pointing to the tradition while the other is with a blank space (a line to write on) where students need to write the word for that tradition.
All content, including the instructions, is completely in Spanish making it ideal for bilingual / dual language classrooms.
Bonus Listening Activity
We have now included a listening activity. The worksheet with the "fill the blank" activity can now be used in conjunction with the audio on our YouTube channel so they can complete the spaces with the information they hear in the video. It can also be used with the normal reading passage where they can read it while listening.
Note: The audio of the listening only appears on our YouTube channel. The recording is spoken by a native Spanish speaker.
Here is the audio that accompanies the short stories. It will also give you an idea of the content and level of these short reading passages: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVxWzf2Xijo
CONTENT: This contains 17 Pages:
You may also be interested in our reading passage about celebrating New Year in Valparaiso, Chile which includes 4 photos of the city.
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¡Qué tengas buen día!
Angélica y Rob W.