I saw this video by Ana Tijoux (who I LOVE, particularly because of her social justice lyrics)...
Note: The version above is an edited version. If you use the original,
you might want to start video at :06 or just ignore first 5 seconds.
Supposed to be directions from Waze, but it has an inappropriate word.
Update: About an hour after I posted this, I saw this longer version, but my resources only focus on the shorter version.
and was inspired to create a lesson to lead up to it.
I watched this video to get a handle on what exactly was happening in Chile:
And then, Arianne Dowd sent me this infographic from @Pictoline
Then, I made this packet with few days worth of plans. The goal is to explain what is happening and then get to the song by Ana Tijoux. The packet includes:
- Essential Questions
- Enduring Understandings
- Discussion Questions (which give input for further exploration of the topic)
- Palabras clave (more input)
- An activity to do with the infografía (more input)
- An activity do with images of the massive protests on October 25th
- An adapted version of the article "¿Dónde se originó el cacerolazo y por qué se usa para protestar?"
- The song lyrics for #Cacerolazo
- Some questions about the song #Cacerolazo
- And this slideshow (see here or below) to help guide students through the unit