If you’ve not yet followed The Comprehensible Classroom on Facebook, please do! It’s a great way to get great resources from the TPRS®/CI world–I’ve been sharing my favorite blog posts, Facebook posts, and Pinterest finds over the last few weeks. It’s also a great way to send me questions, although I think that the best way is still emailing firstname.lastname@example.org since I check that pretty obsessively.
Anyway…I received a Facebook message question this week about the songs that I use in Level 2. Students are never too old for songs (I even used them when I taught at the university level), so it’s pretty hard to ‘go wrong with a song’. Here are some of my favorites that I’ve used in Level 2 (some have also been used in Level 1):
La quiero a morir – D.L.G
Guantanamera – Various
Millonario de amor – Sergio Vega
No me digas que no – Xtreme & Adrienne
El pantalón blue Jean – Flaco Jiménez
Pasos de gigantes – Bacilos
Te pido perdón – Tito el Bambino
Torero – Chayanne
Te dejé – Playa Limbo
La Melodía – Joey Montana
Me enamoré – Angel y Khriz
A la bulanye – Belkis Concepción
Espacio sideral – Jesse y Joy
Chica de mi barrio – Zacarías Ferreira
Arroyito – Fonseca
Te extraño – Xtreme
Yo soy el aventurero – Pedro Fernández
La Gallina – Ozomatli
Papi dijo – Aventura
I Love Salsa – N’Klabe
Que le den candela – Celia Cruz
3 replies on “Songs for Level 2”
Actually it’s a question. For which topics that i teach in spanish can i use these songs for?
Do you mean thematic topics or grammar/vocabulary topics?
Buena lista, gracias!