domingo, 27 de octubre de 2019

#Cacerolazo (for Intermediates)

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.

 and then
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

  • 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

6 comentarios:

  1. Maravilloso. Gracias por compartir.

  2. So grateful for your generosity. A big help to a first year AP teacher!

    1. You're welcome!

      Also, I have a few more things that I am going to add soon.

      Thank you for your comments - I don't get many comments on my blog, so when I do, it encourages me to keep sharing!

  3. Thanks again for sharing these incredible resources. I'm in the middle of your unit now as part of my 'Desafíos Mundiales' AP unit. I'm super excited that my students will have such a solid understanding of the 'descontento social' that countries like Chile and Venezuela have experienced recently. I have a guest speaker coming later this week and I feel like it will be so much richer of an experience b/c students will already have an understanding of some of the challenges facing her home country.

  4. ¡Muchísimas gracias por tu generosidad! Qué buenos recursos