Cuéntame Cómo Pasó

I know that using the Spanish series “Cuéntame Cómo Pasó” is not an original idea for talking about family relationships but it is nevertheless a good one + I’ve tried to develop it for teaching a top set. I will have presented a certain amount of language and this will be further practice. I think the resources speak for themselves, really. Hope they are of use to someone!

Also, many thanks to the amazing Irene Guzmán Huertas who wrote the text in the worksheet. Some details were made up, so if you’re a Cuéntame fan, please forgive us. We have not been fully faithful to the true identity of all of the characters. Gracias, Irene.

POWERPOINT: CUENTAME     WORKSHEET: Familia Alcántara WORKSHEET (in the 1st exercise on the worksheet students have to look at the picture of the family + the names on the PowerPoint slide + work out who is who. Also, just another reminder that we use Microsoft 2010 programmes in my school and you may need to see your ICT technician if there are issues opening the files posted in older versions. All the files do open in the Microsoft 2010).

4 responses to “Cuéntame Cómo Pasó

  1. Hello I can open the powerpoint but the video clip doesn’t open, is it the one demonstrated below, great idea thank you

    • You have to embed the video yourself + it is indeed the one below. This site does not allow me to upload a PPT with embedded video, sadly.

  2. Hi, i can’t open the presentation. I’ve tried on mac and pc. Can you help?

    • We use Microsoft 2010 programmes in my school and you may need to see your ICT technician if there are issues opening the files in older versions. All the files do open in Microsoft 2010.

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