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How Do Fruits Dance in Spanish?

As part of the current unit of ‘Food’ in Spanish, Year 8 students had a great time learning the names of fruit whilst conga lining around the World Languages area. Activities featuring Total Physical Response (TPR) are not only great to help students retain information, but in this case, to get a very friendly introduction to an entertaining aspect of Global Citizenship: knowing what partying entails in Spanish speaking countries.

The song of the Fruit Dance is now an ear-worm for our young learners. Hopefully, this Latin-rhythm infused lesson will become handy on a holiday when the students want to buy some fresh produce or to simply help them to remember how to properly shimmy their hips and shoulders ‘Spanish style’ when the occasion arises! Watch the video below!

How Do Fruits Dance in Spanish?

 

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