Spanish MovieTalk Lesson Plan Bundle

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This bundle includes 8 movietalks with accompanying readings:

You can buy each product individually, or save by buying this bundle of Movie Talks for your Spanish class. To see what is included for each lesson, click on the individual title.

1. Simon's Cat Quiere Pizza:

Simon tiene pizza y el gato de Simon quiere pizza. This movie talk features a presentation of the story as well as 3 embedded readings.

2. La Llorona MovieTalk:

Script for a short story of la leyenda de la llorona, followed up with a MovieTalk about la llorona looking for something? Is it for her children? Or something else?

3. Alma MovieTalk:

This video focuses on a girl who sees a doll that looks her like. Includes various readings and activities.

4. El Monstruo del Armario:

A scary video with focuses on structures "escucha algo", "grita", and "no hay nada".

5. A las Tres:

A music video that tells the story of a migrant worker missing his family and calling them every Sunday at three o'clock.

6. Mr. Bean va al hospital:

Your students will laugh at the antics of Sr. Frijol as they learn the words "espera", "se mueve" and "tiene la pierna enyesada". Great during body parts unit.

7. Destino (Destiny):

Very repetitive video featuring verbs se despierta, se levanta, sale de la casa

8. La historia de un Oso (Bear Story):

It's no wonder this movie won an Oscar. Although you will need to purchase the video on Youtube or iTunes (less than $2), this lesson includes 3 versions of a reading of the story as well as a reading on the background of the Military Regime of Chile in the 1970s.

I have used all of these videos in a Spanish 1 class and they are appropriate for Novice Mid to Intermediate Low levels, although they can be adapted for higher levels.

This product also includes posters for the TPRS classsroom.

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