¿Cuáles son 5 cosas interestantes sobre los tacos?(según la infografía)
"Un día con un taquero"por Luisito Comunica
¿Qué es un taco auténtico?
Explica unas variaciones y da tu opinión.
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- Students will need internet access
By the end of the class, students should be able to talk about tacos at their proficiency level.
(different types, interesting facts, taqueros, etc.)
Video + Taco Infografia
Give students a chance to read through this information about tacos. Then challenge them to write out 5 interesting facts about tacos – in their own words! Share with the class.
Here’s the link to the original source of the infographic:
Tipos de Tacos
Pair students up to research different types of authentic Mexican tacos. Show the “13 Familias de Tacos”infografia. Give each group a number and they will be the expert and find out key ingredients in their type of taco. You can print copies of this infographic OR let them do their own research.
*They will most likey need to look up a few words they don’t know – that’s ok!
Have them create a visual (poster, digital collage) to show the main ingredients (and label them in Spanish) OR just report back to the class.
Then post the visuals around the room (on on class website) and let students vote for the following:
Most original taco
Their favorite taco
A type of taco they wouldn’t want to eat
¿Qué opinan los Mexicanos?
Now that students have shared their opinions, let them figure out what tacos are most popular among Mexicans.
Questions you could ask?
¿Cuál es el taco más popular?
¿Cuál es el taco menos popular?
“Un día con un taquero”
Show the video. Luis is a popular video blogger and this particular video has almost 10 million views – it’s a great way to show the work and skill that goes into being a “taquero.” It’s more than ok if they don’t understand every word – they will still get to see a lot and pick up the main ideas!
Afterwards, see what they understood by asking some 5 W questions (who, where, when, etc) and ask them to make some inferences.
CHECK FOR LEARNING
Show the last image that has a few questions to reflect and answer.
(They could record a video, write it out, tell you in person, etc.)
If they are speaking, you can mark it on their progress (objective sheet).