As teachers, we may already know the answer to this question, but that is beside the point! This is a great task-based activity packet that I use to motivate students to get involved in Spanish. All students are interested in technology. After all, it´s such an integral part of their lives. Cognates such as « celular » and «textos » provide an easy introduction to acquire the language.
These 6 pages are filled with 10 fun and purposeful activities to engage the students in communication using technology vocabulary surrounding their "celular"/"la red social" to answer these questions (and 7 others): "¿Temes estar lejos de tu celular?", and "¿Prefieres perder tu dinero/cartera que tu celular?" The typical duration of the packet is one week or two, based on one 15 to 20 minute lesson per day.
The packet contains questionaires that have the students inquiring of their classmates in Spanish. The questions have a list of answers that students select from. Addionally, the students have an opportunity to build graphs based on the information gathered, and they will be able to compare students use of technology (example: Roberto revisa su celular más que Ana).
I usually use this set of activities along with the "Task-based activities packet: La tecnología", as they go hand in hand (the "tecnología" packet deals more with: the devices that students tend to use).