If you've ever used a PowerPoint that teaches new vocabulary by pasting pics of the various actions over their labels, you know that the kids appreciate the visual but will eventually shut down due to a lack of context or flow to the sequence.
This file (and others) build off this idea by creating simple narratives and story sequences while teaching and creating opportunities for meaningful input about new vocabulary. The students are drawn into the world/story created in the file via a Performance-Based task; namely, that they must choose an ideal room in a client's home to set up for a mariachi band concert.
Along the way, they see people talking, eating, fighting, meeting, texting, kissing, hugging, waving, and the like. You the teacher will guide the students through the various rooms of the home by asking questions many times that include the reciprocal "se" vocabulary. I find this sort of activity tremendously rewarding because the kids get so involved.
There is animation, culture, and sound embedded in the story, along with scripts, notes, links, and a bit of my students' work as an example. I hope you enjoy it. Thanks for looking!