To help your students learn pronouns in Spanish add some songs to your teaching tools to give your them the opportunity to practice in context.
Below is a suggested list of contemporary songs in Spanish to try in class with your students.
We have created a clozeline (fill-in-the-blanks) for each of them in 2 or 3 versions to choose from according to your students’ listening comprehension level. Each cloze is also digitally fillable!
Some of these songs come in a PACK with additional activities to go more in-depth. This will give you the versatility of using them all or picking only a couple of them depending on your students’ needs or your class schedule.
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Songs in Spanish with Fill-In-The-Blanks Pronouns Practice
- Sones de Mexico – Esta tierra es tuya – Possessive Pronouns and Present Simple
- Prince Royce – Culpa al corazón – Personal Pronouns
- J Balvin – Sigo extrañándote – Tonic and Clitic Personal Pronouns
- Ha-Ash – Perdón, perdón – Unstressed Direct Object and Past Pronouns
- Enrique Iglesias – Duele el corazón – Present and Reflexive Pronouns
- Belinda ft Pitbull – Egoísta – Pronouns
- Camila – Mientes – Tonic Personal Pronouns
- Chino y Nacho – Niña bonita – Tonic and Atonic Personal Pronouns
- Luis Fonsi ft Daddy Yankee – Despacito – Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns and Body Parts
- Jarabe de palo – Que bueno, que bueno – Personal Pronouns Direct Object
- Julieta Venegas – Eres para mí – Personal Pronouns
- Victor Manuelle – Si nos duele – Verb DOLER and Object Pronouns [PACK]
- Carlos Vives – La foto de los dos – Gender of Nouns, Definite Articles, Furniture Vocabulary [PACK]
- Alejandro Sanz – Amiga mía – Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns [PACK]
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