sábado, 7 de septiembre de 2019

Yo no sé

"Yo no sé" is a song that has been on one of my playlists for a few weeks, but I wasn't sure if I liked it. But then I saw the video, read the lyrics, and thought, "Oh, yes, this will be a hit with students!" My husband also heard it (on repeat) and agreed that it was a good one.

The song is so repetitive and sweet (and appropriate!). So, I wrote up a little story to use with my Spanish 1 students. I also created a basic cloze activity and translated the song. Click here if you would like to use the story or just the cloze activity.

Update 1/25/20: Here is another activity from TeachVid.


Update 9/19/19: I just created this video and made a little evaluacioncita for it for after the story.

14 comentarios:

  1. Thank you! I can't wait to share this with my students!

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  2. It is a shame but it seems that the official video has been pulled from Youtube and the link does not work. Any ideas how I could get access? I love using music with my classes.

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    1. Hmmm, I can sill see the video. Are you talking about this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQCNLE7rVNc

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  3. Kara, this is great! Students of Spanish 1 & 2 will enjoy the song and your story is captivating. Thank you for sharing. I'll try it when we return from the Christmas break.

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  4. used this yesterday and today and it was GREAT! Thanks so much!

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  5. Loved this song and story!! Giving the interpretive reading assessment with the cute text message exchange. Curious to how you grade that assessment? Thanks!

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    1. Glad to you hear you liked it!

      Good question - I really need a good rubric for that! I can't remember what I used. Please share if you come up with something.

      I would probably say (using terms my school uses for rubric):

      Exemplary: Understands the entire text exchange. Answers all questions correctly. Is able to infer meaning. (related to the question about *when* the conversation happened)

      Proficient: Understands most of the text exchange. Answers almost questions correctly.

      Developing: Understands some of the text exchange. Answers some questions correctly.

      Beginning: Understands very little of the text exchange. Answers very few questions correctly.

      Pretty basic, but might work! Gonna add it to doc.

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  6. Hola...love this. Quick question. How were you able to type so fast and add the emojis that fast?

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