Spanish Preterite U Group Song Titles

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Song titles are a great no-prep warm up activity or bellringer for your Spanish class! Each set has 10 English song titles/lyrics translated into Spanish that use the target verb tense, grammar skill, or vocabulary set. These short phrases become a bite-sized reading activity that students can do alone or in small groups.

Some songs are recent and popular, and some are oldies. Some are country, some are pop, some are rock… so if students recognize one or two, that’s great! And if they don’t know the songs, that’s even better – because that means students will actually have to work to piece together the meaning rather than simply recognizing the name of a famous song or artist.

Cultural Competency Tip: Knowledge of pop culture references, like slogans, songs, and movies, is dependent on experience of culture, generation, family, and native language. To avoid cultural bias, keep it focused on navigating the language and don't award more points to students that recognize the original.

If you like this idea, this is also available as part of my Song Title Bundle

These are also available in leveled bundles:

Spanish 1 Song Titles

Spanish 2 Song Titles

Spanish 3 Song Titles

Spanish 4 Song Titles

Topic Information:

This is part of my Preterite U Group collection, which reviews Spanish preterite conjugation of U verbs like poner, poder, tener, estar, and saber. I aim to keep vocabulary as neutral as possible, and while PDF products are not editable, products sold as ZIP files include editable files so you can add unit-specific vocabulary.

This product is also available as part of my Preterite U Group Bundle.

This activity is also available as part of my Preterite U Group Best Sellers Mini-Bundle


Movie and song title activities focus primarily on the ACTFL language comparison and interpretive communication standards.

Going paperless? Just project the titles on the screen and students can submit their answers any way – aloud, electronically, or on scratch paper.

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