Update 3/29/20: Here is a folder with a whole bunch of resources to use.
Teaching online is challenging! One of my main goals is to give my students to get engaging input at this time. (I also want to make connections with them too!)
I surveyed my students yesterday and asked if they would like to continue with story/song of the week. I wasn't sure what they would answer, but the overwhelming answer was yes!
So, for my Spanish 3 class, I am working on activities for the song/video "No te vayas" by Carlos Vives. I love Carlos Vives! And this video is totally appropriate and fun.
So far, I have created this slideshow. My students will know most of the "vocabulario y estructuras importantes". These are my honors students and they sometimes like to have "vocabulary lists". However, they will acquire this vocabulary, NOT through studying it, but rather through lots of INPUT with the story.
I will be working on creating online input-driven activities in the next week, but wanted to share these few things in case anyone can use it.
will be creating created a video (with Google Meet) of me saying the story in the slideshow and I made this Edpuzzle.
I also did something new. I created this Edpuzzle that shows the music video and has the text of the story. Students would do that after hearing me tell the story.
This doc (still a work in progress!) has some other ideas and links. If anyone wants to help with any of this, let me know and I can give you editing access.
And how sweet is this version!?!