El Internado Resources

This page will be updated with new resources as they are made  (Updated 05/01/16)El_internado_logo

Link to Mike Peto’s El Internado Resources (he has a unlimited amount of incredible readings, activities, vocabulary structures, etc…)

Link to Allison Wienhold’s Resources includes readings for season 2 & 3, lesson plans for season 1, and culture

Link to Kara Jacobs’ Resources includes additional activities and slideshows

Link to Bethanie Drew’s Resources includes readings and a Ratoncito Perez cultural exetension

Link to Bryan Kandel’s Resources with great activities to make it comprehensible

El Internado Resources:

Here are all my resources  and links:

Teaching with El Internado

Added 6/24/15: The benefits of using Internado–A letter to administration I wrote in support of using Internado in the classroom

Added 11/6/14 Google Drive of Season 1 Resources

Temporada 1: 1ST SEASON READING SUMMARY


Episodio 1 “Los monstruos hacen cosquillas”

Added 12/4/15Teaching Episode 1 of El Internado: A step by step lesson plan

Added 9/13/14: Story Scripts to introduce core structures from the episode:  EL ALUMNO MALO  •  EL ANIMAL PELIGROSO

EPISODE 1 VOCABULARY

EPISODE 1 SCREENSHOTS

Essential student guide and end of episode assessment from Mike Peto

Supplementary materials: photo collages, ppt introducing characters & teacher warning sheet from Mike Peto

kahoot-logo.pngKahoot game after 1st 5 minutes

Kahoot! Game for the first part of Episode 1

Added 6/25/15: Graphic Novels for Episode 1 to be read before viewing

Episode 1 Google Drive Resources

Quizizz game after 1st 10 minutes

Added 1/31/16Episode 1 Slideshow–with screenshots of important scenes, made by Kara Jacobs

edpuzzleAdded 2/8/16:  Edpuzzles for Episode 1–great way to check for comprehension!

Edpuzzle 1 | Edpuzzle 2  |  Edpuzzle 3  |  Edpuzzle 4  |  Edpuzzle 5

Added 2/6/16: Pre-watching slideshow to improve comprehension–from Kara Jacobs


Episode 2 “Todo el mundo tiene un secreto”

Added 1/28/16  Teaching Episode 2–A step by step lesson plan

Episode 2 Essential Vocab Structures

COMPREHESION/DRAWING ACTIVITY

EPISODE 1-2 SUMMARY ACTIVITY

Reading from Kara Jacobs

 Essential student guide and end of episode assessment from Mike Peto

Supplementary materials from Mike Peto

Added 6/29/15: Graphic Novels for Episode 2

Added 10/16/15: Graphic Novel from Josh Struckman

Episode 2 Google Drive Resources


Episode 3 “Ojos que no ven”

Reading Activity from Kara Jacobs

 Essential student guide from Mike Peto

Supplementary materials (from Mike Peto): Four high-quality “graphic novel” power points that help prepare students to view hard to understand sections, Five power points with screen shots from key moments to get students to review major plot developments, an power point that reviews episode 2 while providing repetitive review of some key advanced vocabulary and a story map activity to be completed mid-episode.

Episode 3 Google Drive Resources


Episode 4 “Un mensaje en una botella”

Episode 4 Google Drive Resources

Added 3/31/16: Episode 4 study guide from Mike Peto: Includes 11 activities, 2 Kahoot games, Quizlet readings, and more.  This study guide is a must!


Episode 5 “Un cadaver en la laguna”

QUESTIONS ACTIVITY

Episode 5 Google Drive Resources

Added 5/1/16: Graphic Novels from Jennifer López


Episode 6 “La noche de Santa Isabel”

QUESTIONS ACTIVITY

Episode 6 Google Drive Resources

Graphic Novels



 

Temporada 2:  SECOND SEASON READING SUMMARY

Season 2 Kahoot game to be played after watching season 2

Episode 1: “¿Con qué sueñan los peces?”

Added 4/10/16: Season 2 Episode 1 Reading Guide

READING SUMMARY

Added 1/28/16: Graphic Novels

Added 3/8/16: Quizlet with Important Scenes

Added 4/2/16: Graphic Novels from Sebastian Spoenemann

Added 4/12/16 Kahoot game to be played at the end of the episode


 

Episode 2: “Persiguiendo luciérnagas”

Added 1/28/16: Graphic Novels

QUESTIONS ACTIVITY

READING SUMMARY


 

Episode 3: “El anillo”

QUESTIONS ACTIVITY

Reading Drawing Activity


 

Episode 4: “La caja de música”

READING SUMMARY

Reading Activities to accompany this episode


 

Episode 5 “En Orden Alfabético”

Reading QR Code Activity


 

Episode 6 “Ver para Creer”

Reading Activity from Allison Wienhold


 

Episode 7 “Mi Amigo el Monstruo”

Reading Activity from Allison Wienhold


 

Episode 8 “El Polo Norte”

Reading Activity from Allison Wienhold



 

TEMPORADA 3

 

Episode 1 “El búho”

READING/WRITING ACTIVITY


 

Episode 2: “8 milimetros”

QR CODE ACTIVITY


 

Added 3/30/16: Episode 3.3 – El soldadito de plomo from Allison Wienhold


 

Added 3/30/16El Internado 3.4 – En el fondo del mar from Allison Wienhold


 

Added 3/30/16El Internado 3.5 – La vida es un sueño from Allison Wienhold



 

Temporada 4

El Intenado Final Exam for Spanish 4 (based mostly on season four)

Kahoot! game for Episdoe 1 of Season 4

 


 

Twitter Activity:

INTERNADO TWITTER ACTIVITY

Inspired by Carrie Toth

 

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23 comments

  1. This is outstanding! Such a great compilation of resources. It seems that many teachers have different approaches to teaching el Internado. How long do you spend on a given episode? In one school year, how many do you get through? Does that leave time for other things (like comprehensible novels)? Sorry for so many questions, but since the CI world is still growing, I love to find out what others are doing!

    • When I first start showing Internado, I spend a few classes on each episode. We do the graphic novels, study guides, readings, talk about what happened…I also pre-teach some vocabulary structures. I want them to get used to the language (speed/accent), get to know the characters and the plot. After a few episodes, I will only spend 1 class and 1/2 on each episode. In Spanish 4, we just watch it straight through whereas in other levels, I pause it while watching it. We watch it every Friday so the other days we are doing novels, music, vocab structures, etc. It does leave time for other things.
      Happy to answer other questions that you may have!

  2. I am having trouble finding/accessing the EDpuzzles…i am very curious about these and just wondering what i am missing☺

    As always, thanks so much for all your hard work, ideas and for this amazing website! Has been invaluable!

    • When you click on the Edpuzzle link, does it go directly to the video quiz? If not, two things that you can do: in the Edpuzzle search field, search for “Kristy Placido” or “Dustin Williamson” for the Internado Edpuzzles. I am just beginning to use Edpuzzle so I am not quite familiar with it yet but I like it so far!

  3. I was able to find them by searching directly for your names, thank you! If anyone else was having troubles with this, make sure you are in the EdPuzzles category on the left-hand side☺

  4. I love love love this! However, I can’t get into any other Ed puzzle other than Ed puzzle # 1. Can you help me? These help me students so much.

    • That’s because the links were bad! Thanks for letting me know. I have updated them so they should work now. You can also go to Edpuzzle and search for Internado. I just did that and found tons of them.

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