Spanish Halloween Reading Station Activities - Lugares Embrujados de México
Tired of teaching about Día de los Muertos year after year? Still want to do something in the spirit of the Halloween season?

These culturally authentic reading station activities each tell about a different haunted place in Mexico City. Students will read about each place, infer meaning from new vocabulary words, and respond to a series of comprehension questions about each one. Students can also use their personal or school issued electronic devices to scan QR codes (links also included) to watch video clips that give more information and provide a visual for the haunted places they are reading about. Once students have visited all 6 stations, they will come together for a final discussion about culture and urban legends.

Although created as a station activity, these could easily be broken up into daily assignments or homework assignments without any modification needed. They are perfect for Spanish 2 or 3 students who have already learned about Día de los Muertos in Spanish 1 and would like something different.

This product includes the following:
- Group Response Sheet (reduces paper usage)
- 6 readings with vocabulary and comprehension activities
- links and QR codes to additional video resources
- Questions for Discussion
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Created: Sep 7, 2015

Updated: Feb 22, 2018


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