Start studying “La prodigiosa tarde de Baltazar” de Gabriel García Márquez. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Story can be easily found online: html Standards: FLIL.A.A.1 – Identify the main idea and some. STUDY QUESTIONS–Preguntas de estudio Gabriel García Márquez. “La prodigiosa tarde de Baltazar” 1. Quién narra el cuento? (Punto de vista)? 2. Qué hace.

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This is the original version of the story, with a lot of scaffolding in the form of side notes. The students are also timed in these activities. This focused the class on one of the principal themes of the story and signaled that we are more interested in the ideas than learning complex vocabulary.

The team that cannot build a word from the previous one loses.

AP Spanish Literature

The students are asked to analyze the pieces through class discussions and compositions using advanced grammatical constructions and literary terms. I insisted that we work in each of the target vocabulary words as often as we could, and we had a lot of fun doing it.

Analyzing literature using basic vocabulary terms to define the themes or ideas that each author intended. Nobody Expects the Spanish Acquisition! For one game, we do the following: We then created a class story together about what happened the next day when Baltazar awoke shoeless in the street. The two groups shout out the first gabdiel and the secretary writes it on the board. Practice exams are used to help students analyze reading samples.


AP Spanish Literature: La Prodigiosa Tarde de Baltazar

The students are allowed to use the text in this game. Adey, Margaret, and Louis Albini. He approached the child, smiling, and held the cage out to him. fabriel

He was smoothly and delicately fat, like a woman who had been beautiful in her youth, and he had delicate produgiosa. The students are asked to look for words that demonstrate the theme. Son of a bitch!

This class also uses team-building activities. And then, to Jose Montiel: Leave a Reply Cancel reply. He was very pale and his eyes were starting to get red. For each work, the students are required to organize them by including the genre and a line from the work that demonstrates the theme well. After asking student-generated questions on each section the students were experts.

Students read this on their own.

The doctor kept looking at the cage. Biography of Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

La Prodigiosa Tarde de Baltazar. The clamor of many voices surprised her there. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Thinking about her, Dr. pridigiosa

Short Story Essay Topics. We read this version as a class and I model my surprise at significant details that were left out of the first version.

Then she opened the door to the living room and found a crowd in front of the house, and Balthazar with the cage in the middle of the crowd, dressed in white, freshly shaved, with that expression of decorous candor with which the poor approach the houses of baltszar wealthy. The last thing we need is for some nobody to give orders in my ,house.


The children surrounded him. He had put the cage on the dining-room table. Students read this version in pairs while I wandered around the room offering help, but they were pretty independent!

When he finished dressing, Balthazar opened the door to the patio to cool off the house, and a group of children entered the dining room. Follow Blog via Email Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by gagcia. The doctor inspected it baltazat, without touching it, thinking that in effect the cage was better than its reputation, and much more beautiful than any he had ever dreamed of for his wife.

AP Spanish Literature

During the class period after the last embedded reading I used this worksheet as a warm-up to review a few key vocabulary words from the story. For him, accustomed to making cages since childhood, it had been hardly any more difficult than the others.

But then he realized that all of this had a certain importance for many people, and he felt a little excited. I have no intention of paying you a cent. Balthazar observed the child as he would have observed the death throes of a rabid animal.