Update: 1/28/19 - Laurie DeLand took the story that I wrote and made a slideshow. Click here to access it and/or make a copy or see here:
Laura Sexton and Sharon Birch recently shared new music on their blogs and one song really grabbed my attention: Tan Bien by Lit Killah (what a name...) and Agus Padilla.
I love the song and I think students will too!
Stories always make the song much more meaningful and comprehensible. I created this story below (or click here for a better view) for my Intermediate students, but I have run out of steam (due to working a pretty big other project) to create any other activities (like here). But if anyone wants to collaborate and/or help out, let me know... or go ahead and take it and adapt it (obviously don't sell it -- yup, I have to say that!).
Some things I would add (and might end up doing in the future):
- a Kahoot Jumble
- a Quizizz with comprehension questions
- a basic cloze activity for the song
a cloze Quizlet Live (or Gimkit) with important vocabulario- done - Parte 1 (fill ins with important vocab) y parte 2 (comprehension questions)
- a running dictation summary activity
I also took screen shots out of order to create the story. And, of course, I included structures and vocabulary directly from the song. So after spending some time with the story, they will better understand the song.
Important note: If you use the story, WAIT to show them the video! Play the song as they enter or the week before, but don't show them the video - it will take away some engagement and joy!
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I just did it with my Sp 4 classes. It was very high interest-we discussed why Agus would be at the skate park, about artists and drawing, about how boys are at that age... they were sooooo disappointed when they had to guess/ tell what happened! Then they were amazed that it was a "true" story, and that they are only 17/18 years old.
I made it into a google slides presentation, I would be happy to share, just email me.
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