El Hijo, an impromptu dramatization

Planning stage

There are so many readings and so few time in the AP Spanish Literature class that we must look for opportunities to allow our studnets to connect with the content in a different and fun way. These are the type of activities that they never forget and that help them remembering aspects and details of the reading that otherwise they will have a hard time remembering.

As you can see in this example, it´s not necessary to make a “big production”, it is not necessary either to have all every student saying something. Like in Reader´s Theathre we can easily tell if the student is understanding what they are doing by their silent acting as well.

Short, impromptu dramatizations are an effective students created Comprehensible Input in the AP Spanish Literature classroom. The goal here is not language or acting accuracy, the goal here is to make readings live and meaningful to students.

Here is El Hijo, by Horacio Quiroga


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