martes, 17 de octubre de 2017

CI Movie Slides for "Perspectivas de la Inmigración"

I love using "CI Movie Slides" to "comprehensify" movies! I am currently using "Ladrón que roba a ladrón" in my Cultura y Civilización class for our "Perpsectivas de Inmigración" unit. Here is a partial unit packet (I can't share it all because some of it is purchased material from Arianne Dowd's store). In the unit packet, you will find free resources to use for two songs, information aboutDACA, a possible evaluación for for those resources, and a preview of what we do after we go through the "CI Movie Slides" and watch segments of the movie.

The three main resources of the unit are two songs: "Un besito más" and "ICE El Hielo" and the movie "Ladrón que roba a Ladrón." 

My new, revised Essential Questions are the following:
  • ¿Por qué vienen algunas personas como inmigrantes indocumentados a los Estados Unidos?
  • ¿Cómo es el proceso de inmigrar a los Estados Unidos legalmente?
  • ¿Qué pasa ahora con la inmigración y las leyes en los Estados Unidos?
  • ¿Cuáles son algunos productos, prácticas, y perspectivas culturales relacionados con la inmigración que se ven en el entretenimiento? (new question) 
See the partial unit packet for Enduring Understandings and evaluaciones.

Arianne's slideshow "Ladrón que roba a ladrón" (get it for free in this post) has really helped to "comprehensify" the movie. Here is what we do with the slides:
  • Students see screenshots of movie.
  • Students read slides out loud in groups (in lower levels (Canela y La Misma Luna), I read to them). 
  • I explain any new words and/or clarify anything that might be confusing.
  • Students answer questions throughout  and discuss.
  • Then, we watch a 5-10 minute segments. 
  • For homework (or could be done in class), students read the movie summary from the slideshow and circle the correct words and/or fill in the blanks with the English. (See last pages of partial unit packet.)
  • We play Quizlet Live to review segments of the movie. Here is an example.
  • It will take us 3-4 days (85 minute classes) to finish the movie. 
We are able to watch the movie in Spanish with subtitles in Spanish and the comprehension rate is very high. Also, they are hearing and reading authentic Spanish and understanding it ---- so good for their confidence! 

Students should be ready to discuss the movie in the Seminario Socrático (specific for "Ladrón que roba a ladrón" in Arianne's materials) at the end of the unit! 

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