¿Qué ropa se lleva a los eventos deportivos? ¿Cómo se viste?

 ¿Cómo ha cambiado?

Muchos fanáticos del fútbol llevan la bufanda del equipo para el juego.

¿Tienes una bufanda de fútbol?

¿Llevarías una bufanda a un partido de fútbol?

Muchos fanáticos del fútbol llevan la bufanda del equipo para el juego.

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Step 1: Introduce the Daily Objective

By the end of this class, learners should be able to talk about what fans and players wear.

This lesson will focus on:

Verbs: llevar/vestirse

sports clothing + accessories: jersey, t-shirt, sweatshirt, hat, scarf, etc.

Step 2: Video 

What should a fan wear to a game?

What happens when his 2 favorite teams play each other?



Step 3: Practice together!

Read the main questions:

¿Qué ropa se lleva? ¿Cómo se viste?

Spin the wheel to randomly pick a sport. 

Now try to fill out the chart for the sport you got. 

Ex: Tenis

“Empecemos por los deportistas. ¿Qué viste una tenista?”

Read the  names of the clothing/accessories and let them tell you OR NO

(if you have a smart board, put an x on the clothes that each one wears. If you don’t, you can use sticky notes to mark them.)

Move on to the male athletes. What do they wear? (Sometimes it is similar – other times it can be very different.)

Then talk about the fans. What do they wear. 

Step 4 : Comparing Uniforms + Video 

Before filling out the section about uniforms, scroll down and show the video about Club América jersey over the years.

After the video scroll back up the chart and read through the descriptions and let them tell you if it describes the uniforms at the beginning of the video (antes) or the ones at the end (hoy). 

Some of these words might be new to them so you may want to act it out if possible. (tight/baggy/etc).


Step 5: On their own

Give each student a chart and let them pick their own sport (or 2) and mark what players/fans wear. 

Encourage them to watch their own video looking at the uniforms over the years. 


Check for Learning


Have them show what they know by writing it down (exit slip), coming to you 1-on-1 or recording a quick video. 

You can mark their “Objective Sheets” if they can do it at their proficiency target.

If they are using the “Unit Vocabulary Sheet,” give them time to write down what they learned today.

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1 Comment

  1. Kara Parker

    I saw this commercial recently and I think this could be a good extension/sub plan:
    1) Lay’s Potato Chips is making a commercial where Lay’s is the team name for a soccer club. Make a list. What products will have the team name? What will they look like? What else will the fans do (practices) during the game to support their team?
    2) Show commercial: https://youtu.be/St1YE2unlkk?si=x06i_qZC9WvPgmV7
    3) How many did they get right?
    4) Now students create a mashup idea: a company + sporting event. What products and practices will they create for their commercial? Create a sketch up.

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