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Fotos del pasado

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In the KET animated video Fotos del pasado, a child looks at photographs of family members and events, making connections between the images she sees and her own experiences.

¡Bienvenidos a nuestra escuela!

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These short video segments take viewers on a tour of a school. Spanish vocabulary terms are introduced relating to rooms in the school, teachers and staff, and activities throughout the school day.

¡Arte y más! Lesson 37

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Together we sing the “Hola” song, and Sra. Alicia and Susana greet each other and review intensity by inviting the students to sing the ¿Como te llamas? song both suave (softly) and fuerte (loudly). Afterwards, Sra. Alicia invites the students to join in saying the “Chocolate” chant while clapping their hands in a steady rhythm at a lento (slow) tempo and then at a rápido (fast) tempo. She then reviews commands through a motion activity. Students follow Sra. Alicia’s directions to salta (jump), camina (walk), baila (dance), and corre (run), sometimes slowly and sometimes quickly. At the sound of a trumpet, Sra. Alicia asks students to join in counting eleven trumpets and then introduces the number doce (twelve). The lesson closes with the “Adios” song.

Song: Musica | Sesame Street

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Rosita and her friends are making musica, or music, using a variety of instruments. This music video focuses on Spanish language and musical creativity.

Song: Baile | Sesame Street

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A song about dance! Mambo, merengue, samba, these are just some of the bailes that exist. This resource teaches the Spanish word for dance, and introduces different forms of dance.

Song: Amigos | Sesame Street

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A Spanish melody about friendship! Discover the joy of spending time with amigos, or friends. This resource teaches Spanish vocabulary through song.

¡Arte y más! Lesson 40

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Together we sing the “Hola” song. Sra. Alicia and Susana greet each other and review colors and the expressions me gusta (I like) and te gusta (you like) as they discuss the colorful molas from Panamá. Sra. Alicia reviews straight, curved and zigzag lines and introduces líneas gruesas (thick lines) and líneas finas (thin lines) by making various lines using the pastels. She shows the painting “Composición” by Joan Miró and identifies the various lines used in the painting. Sra. Alicia then goes outside and reviews the various lines that we have learned by using sidewalk chalk. The lesson closes with the “Adios” song.

¡Arte y más! Lesson 41

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Together we sing the “Hola” song, and then Sra. Alicia and Susana greet each other and introduce the song “Líneas.” (“Lines.”) Sra. Alicia invites students to join Susana as she echoes the song. Sra. Alicia then asks the students, Veo, veo, ¿qué veo? (“I see, I see, what do I see?”) She asks them to count lines with her to answer her question. Sra. Alicia draws una flor, (a flower), out of twelve lines, and one more line appears to introduce the number thirteen (trece). She then repeats the question Veo, veo, ¿qué veo? one more time, to give students the opportunity to answer, una flor or la flor. Students are shown two different crafts, a mola from Panamá and a bag from Ecuador, and together we examine the different lines on each. Finally we join Sra. Alicia outside as she reviews the different kinds of lines using sidewalk chalk. The lesson closes with the “Adios” song.

¡Arte y más! Lesson 29

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Sra. Alicia reviews the terms los ojos (the eyes), la boca (the mouth), and la mano/las manos (hand/hands) and introduces the commands cierra (close) and abre (open). Students follow her instructions to open and close their eyes, mouth, and hands.

¡Arte y más! Lesson 49

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After the “Hola” song, Sra. Alicia and Susana greet each other and review the names of the shapes and colors by displaying the painting Niña con barco by Pablo Picasso. Then they sing “Figuras geométricas,” inviting students to sing with them. Sra. Alicia invites students to play ¿Qué es?/¿Que son? (What is it?/What are they?) to review the singular and plural forms of visual art tools. Then she leads students in reviewing colors through movements (as done in the previous lesson), adding movements for white and yellow. Finally, Sra. Alicia reviews the colors anaranjado and morado by sorting and counting orange and purple objects. The lesson closes with the “Adios” song.

¡Arte y más! Lesson 48

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Together we sing the “Hola” song, Sra. Alicia and Susan greet each other and play Veo, veo, reviewing the primary colors and then adding the secondary colors to the color wheel. Sra. Alicia introduces the number dieciséis (sixteen) by counting colors on a palette. This is followed by Sra. Alicia and Susana reviewing colors by using different movements for each color. Sra. Alicia adds movements for blue and black. Students are invited to mimic her color movements. Then she reads Sonrisas by Alma Flor Ada and F. Isabel Campoy. The book shows the art of Pablo Picasso, reviewing retrato and autorretrato through his examples. The lesson closes with the “Adios” song.

Episode 106: Too Many Cooks | Salsa

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The Girl (Niña) and the Dog (Perro) find that too many cooks spoil the broth-or, in this case, the hot chocolate. While watching a cooking show on television, the two decide to make hot chocolate. After the pair leave the kitchen to let their concoction simmer, Little Rat (Ratoncito) and other characters drop by to add some unconventional ingredients to the recipe, including a tennis shoe. 

Words: el chocolate, la manzana (chocolate, apple)

Episode 109: Manners | Salsa

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Still not satisfied, the Wolf (el Lobo) tries one more disguise in an effort to get food. Grandmother (la Abuela) allows the Wolf to enter dressed as an old man. Even though everyone can plainly see it's the Wolf, they decide to play along with his charade in order to teach him to say "please" and "thank you." When he's finally allowed to eat, the Wolf makes himself ill by devouring everything in sight. Bloated and queasy, the Wolf is carried away on a stretcher. 

Words: las manos, por favor (hands, "please")

Episode 203: Everybody Needs a Friend | Salsa

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After many false leads, the characters figure out what ails Reynaldo, The Monster's pet fish. 

Words: estoy bein, estoy mal ("I'm well," "I'm not well")

C'est l'été : Le gros ballon | Les saisons de Mini

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Louis and Josée introduce the four seasons. They introduce summer and a beach ball. This video is brought to you by Mini TFO.

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