¿Cómo es Santa Claus en tu país?
¿Cómo es Santa Claus en otro país?
¿Cómo son diferentes y cómo son similares?
This activity is so fun! Students learn/practice Latin American country names, flags, and nationality terms while enjoying the upbeat song “La Gozadera.” You may choose to use only one part of this activity in your class, or all of them!
1. Hand out this activity sheet with the lyrics. (Click here for a free PDF). Instruct students to choose a country mentioned in the lyrics and draw the flag for that country.
2.Watch “La Gozadera” music video. As students watch the video, they should be listening out for their country to be mentioned. Each time their country is mentioned, they raise their flag.
3. Students complete the activity sheet by writing the nationality terms next to each country name.
4. Review answers and discuss lyrics and video.
5. Conversation: Students walk around the classroom with their flags to practice the following dialogue:
A: “¿De dónde eres?”
B: “Soy de (país) .” -o- “Soy (nacionalidad) .”
Let me know if you try out this activity in your classroom! I´d love to know how it goes!
Also, we did this activity in my classroom to review nationality terms. I already introduced them using the song “Humano” by Lida Pimienta. Click here for my post about that including the lyrics video I made!
I have been using the song “Humano” by Lido Pimienta for years after seeing it on Zachary Jones´ fabulous website. (Click here for a link to Zachary Jones´ post about this song.) I made this video of the song to visually reinforce geography by showing country names and images as she sings each nationality, as well as conjugations of SER and adjective agreement (humano vs. humana). I have also found that projecting a visual aid helps keeps students focused during such a soothing song. Enjoy the video!
Crédito: Blog “El final de la historia”: http://elfinal-delahistoria.blogspot.com/