Instead of a question-based worksheet to pass out during the showing of this film (which has become an annual event), I've developed a few graphic organizers to help my students improve their writing skills.
I have seven characters from the movie inside the organizer, and I request that the students write very detailed information about each of the characters. I've provided instructions at the top of the sheet, and a model for them to follow. I allow and encourage textbook usage during the film!
You will be downloading two different versions: one for beginning Spanish, and one for a more advanced level 2 (or 3). With my Spanish 3 students, I show the film in Spanish along with subtitles in Spanish. It's interesting for them to compare the spoken language with the "similar" Spanish dialogue at the bottom of the screen. For Spanish 1 and 2, I usually show the film in Spanish, with English subtitles.
I know you show this movie... Print it off for your students to use. You can thank me later. :)
I've also included 15 movie-based questions (written in SPANISH) that will help students focus on grammar while they suck up some culture.
OR if you prefer a creative, art-based assignment that combines Spanish writing to go along with the movie, I've uploaded that as well. Take what you wish and use what you want!
I've had good look with all of these pages, but it depends on the "attitude," the needs, and the level of the class. You must make that decision for yourself.