These are 3 different activities I created to get my A-level students to speak about stereotypes in the Hispanic world.
Activity 1 consists of 12 cards (you need to cut them out yourself) with a different Spanish stereotype each. Students will take one each at a time, having to explain the stereotype in more detail if they have heard from it before, and then say whether they agree with it or not, and why.
Activity 2 consists of a PDF document that looks like a comic, created with countryballs (to make it more fun and attractive). It includes more stereotypes of different Spanish-speaking countries. Each slide is created to trigger a discussion regarding the preconceptions of each country mentioned.
Activity 3 is a powerpoint presentation with a very wide range of different South American stereotypes, raised by North American people. Each slide displays a different stereotype, for students to look at and discuss in pairs.