This worksheet is a companion piece to Juan Luis Guerra's 'Ojala que llueva cafe.' A link to the song is provided in the worksheet, and is easily found on line. While students listen to the song, they fill in a cloze lyrics sheet, with the blanks being verbs in the subjunctive.
Following the song, students explore the notion of 'la gente' and its cultural significance; they respond to prompts about who would be considered 'la gente' in the song, who their 'gente' is, and then they write three sentences using "ojala" to state what they want for their 'gente.'
It is a great way for students to think globally about , and I use this song activity to introduce a unit on public protest movements. Viva la gente!
Great for Spanish 3-5, and is good for light subjunctive practice.