Flamenco - A Cross-Cultural Art Form | Global Oneness Project

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In this lesson, students watch a film about a flamenco guitarist and explore the elements of this cross-cultural art form. Set in Seville, Spain, this short film follows a day in the life of flamenco guitarist Juan Ramírez. Through his eyes, we experience Soleá—the mother of flamenco—and Juan's unusual journey to master his craft.

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Lesson tags: 
Available in Spanish
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Attribution Non-commercial NoDerivative CC (BY-NC-ND)
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October 2019
That us a very nice film. Our Spanish 1 students enjoyed it. We then followed it up with a trip to see live dancing. It was wonderful.
October 2018
Co-taught 7th grade advanced Spanish class and the students really enjoyed it!
October 2018
We're so happy to hear it! How did you incorporate the film into your classroom? We'd love to hear!
October 2018
Thanks!
January 2018
October 2018
Thanks for adding your review!