Do your students love music? Especially when you can show the video? Use this compelling music video story to engage your students! We have pulled out many elements of culture that you can explore with your music study! This mini-lesson can take approximately 3-5 days or sprinkle it in over the course of a week or two.
Check out the video here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mtau4v6foHA&feature=youtu.be
Check out our Movie Talk here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5VDe-R1YH5HazBpa01JcTU5ZXc
Here is a free prediction activity and Blind Retell to use for events of Movie Talk:
This mini lesson is designed for level 3 or above. Please visit Discoveringci.wordpress.com or http://reflecciones-kj.blogspot.com/
*Most answer keys are provided.
The following activities are included in this packet:
A Movie Talk Slideshow that shows images of the video with the story
A cultural reading about the tradition of serenades with a follow up comprehension activity
A cultural reading about el vallenato with a follow up comprehension activity
A reading about relationships with related PQA for before and discussion questions for after
A prediction activity about characters of the story/video
A reading called "Problemas con el amor" that tells the stories of the four couple in the video with a follow up comprehension activity
A matching activity with drawings and descriptions
An "advertisement" for "los Doctores de Amor" (Carlos Vives y Sebastián Yatra) with a follow up comprehension activity
A sequence of events activity to go along with the video
A ¿Quién lo hizo? activity that goes along with the video
Short biographical readings about Carlos Vives y Sebastián Yatra with follow up comprehension activities
A put the song in order activity to do while listening to the song
A classic, basic, cloze activity to do while listening to the song
An Instagram activity relating to the story of the characters in the video
A "Grítalo" activity
A "Blind Retelll" activity of story or Blind Retell above
Gesture reading, Lyrics Training, Zumba and Sing Along links!
A couple of assessments to prepare students for AAPPL or AP.