Breakout for Internado Season 1

Digital Breakout added 5/17/17

Here is a Breakout Edu for Season 1 of El Internado

I just made my very first Breakout and used it this week in class with success.  It is a Breakout for season 1 of El Internado.  If you are unfamiliar with Breakout you can check out their website.  You can also check this post by Martina Bex.   We did this Breakout after finishing season 1.

This Breakout includes clues for the 4-digit lock, the 3-digit lock, the key lock, and the word lock.  (I have bought 2 direction locks and have not been able to get them to open after resetting the combo!)  There is a PDF version and a Google doc version in case you want to make a copy and edit it.

Internado Season 1 Breakout PDF

Internado Season 1 Breakout Google Doc link

It took a lot of work to make but it was worth it.  I hope it is as fun for your students as it was for mine.

Added 5/17/17:  Digital Breakout VersionClick on Make a Copy

One clue “hidden” on my bulletin board

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Another clue “hidden” on my front board


  1. Wow, this sounds amazing! I would love to try use this sort of BreakOut activity for other novels that we read in class.

    Gracias por todo tu tiempo. Eres un maestro muy motivador.

    *Sr. Aldworth* NBCT Spanish Teacher Barcelona Exchange Program Advisor @SrAldworth (twitter, Instagram) Prospect High School

    *”Si le hablas con alguien en un idioma que entiende, va a la cabeza. Si le hablas con alguien en su idioma, eso va al corazón.” *-Nelson Mandela

    *”If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart.” *-Nelson Mandela

  2. I would love to try the digital form that you have created in Google. I’m not given the option to copy the form when I follow your link – do the permissions need to be changed? I cannot wait to try it with my students! Thank you!

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