This 110 page Concurso de Canciones Spanish Music and Latin Artists song bundle has 16 NEW songs plus all the resources you need for a Spanish music contest! This FUN Spanish Music and Latin Artists unit includes all song lyrics, artist information, speaking prompts, bulletin boards, and activities for 16 popular new songs! There are 21 Hispanic artists and 16 excellent songs with all of the prep done for you to teach lessons for a few weeks or for an entire quarter. Use these songs for your March Madness contest, songs of the week, as great bell ringers, or as additions to your sub plans. #DistanceLearningTpT Students can watch videos, sing and vote for their favorite songs and artists from home!
This year’s Latin artists include Luis Fonsi, Nicky Jam, Sebastián Yatra, Daddy Yankee, Natti Natasha, Jonas Brothers, Kurt, David Bisbal, Juan Magán, Álvaro Soler, Yandel, Manuel Turizo, Camila, Pedro Capó, Farruko, Camilo, Wisin, Beret, Reik, Tini and Jesse & Joy.
~ The 16 included songs are popular, current, & comprehensible.
~ There are two different EDITABLE music brackets for your students so they can make their guesses about which songs will be the most popular before your music competition starts if you want to use this as a Locura de marzo or a Locura de música.
~ The 16 amazing songs teach about the following cultural topics: Colombia, Argentina, Puerto Rico, Spain, Venezuela, friendship, love, overcoming obstacles, anti-bullying, self-acceptance, & social justice.
~ There is a word document with links for the music videos, the lyrics videos, and biographical Latin artist videos. We have also included a Youtube playlist of the music videos and a playlist of the lyrics videos.
~ The Latin artists included with this interactive music unit are:
Luis Fonsi, Nicky Jam, Sebastián Yatra, Daddy Yankee, Natti Natasha, Jonas Brothers, Kurt, David Bisbal, Juan Magán, Álvaro Soler, Yandel, Manuel Turizo, Camila, Pedro Capó, Farruko, Camilo, Wisin, Beret, Reik, Tini and Jesse & Joy
~ There is a Power Point presentation with song and artist information plus YouTube playlists with music videos and lyrics videos.
~ There is interesting biographical information for each of the artists in the Power Point to teach your students. Many resources are also embedded as links in the Power Point and all music videos are linked in the Power Point.
~ Each song has lyrics handouts and at least one activity.
~ There are general music & song activities as well.
~ You can have students vote with the included ballots or via a Google doc.
~ Teacher instructions are included as well as everything you need to make a bulletin board to display the winning songs! Students LOVE keeping track of their brackets!
~ There is even a list of helpful vocabulary phrases so students learn common expressions related to music, dances, and artistas latinos.
The included songs & activities (46 pages!) are:
~ As with all movies and songs, please make sure to preview to assure that they are appropriate for your classes. All of the files are editable in case teachers wish to modify for their classes. These lessons are perfect to use with classes of all levels, in an online setting, as sub plans and with students that love to sing, dance, and learn Spanish! Distance learning
Have fun with this FUN morale booster! Your students will LOVE this Concurso de Canciones!
This series of lessons is useful for anyone who is teaching face to face in a classroom, online Spanish, a flipped classroom or those that are affected by the cancellation of school due to unforeseen circumstances such as the Coronavirus. Distance learning
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Feel free to use this resource in your password protected Google Classroom!
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This series of lessons is useful for anyone who is teaching face to face in a classroom, online Spanish, a flipped classroom or those that are affected by the cancellation of school due to unforeseen circumstances such as the Coronavirus.