In this video, we change the affirmative tú commands in memes to negative ones and vice versa to review and practice step by step with funny examples.
It is the second video of the “Practice Spanish with Memes” video series!
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In this activity, students practice using the imperfect subjunctive in indirect speech, including a writing prompt to add verses to the song.
Also, conversation prompts based on the video and music are a great jump start for cultural discussion of the son jarocho.
For more information about the son jarocho, NPR´s All Things Considered has a great 8 minute episode on the topic. Also, www.sonjarocho.com provides detailed readings in both English and Spanish about this musical genre from Veracruz, Mexico.
Access the PDF activity sheet and answer key with the links below:
¡Qué disfruten el video y el son!
This relaxing story is a great way to practice narration in the past (preterite and imperfect) and calm down a rowdy classroom!
You can download PDFs of the free activity sheet and answer key below. The writing prompt on the handout can also be modified as a conversation activity (or as both).
Thank you to Samuel García for writing and narrating the story. Samuel is an author and teacher from Zacatecas, Mexico.
¡Que disfruten el video!