One of the required readings in the advanced class of Spanish Literature is the poem Rima LIII by Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer.
In the following video a group of students of this class analyze in their own words the external and internal contexts of the poem, as well as their perceptions about the author and the historical context.
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It is very important to allow students to explain in their own words their understanding of each one of the works we need to read. This will ensure that they remember them easily.
Feel free to share this video with your students and tell us your impressions.
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