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El Cementerio de la Recoleta Lugares de Miedo 6280929 1

Lugares de miedo | El Cementerio de la Recoleta

Read about the SPOOKY Cementerio de la Recoleta in Buenos Aires, Argentina!

Advanced (Levels 4-AP), Intermediate (Levels 2-4), Multi level, Novice (Levels 1-2)
6 Pages
1 hour

This set of FlexTexts features El Cementerio de la Recoleta, in Argentina. 

Multiple versions of the article:

The article is provided in THREE levels of text complexity, for a total of 15 texts included in this purchase! Provide each student with all three levels of the story to read in sequence, or differentiate by providing different students with the level of the story that best matches their interpretive reading ability in Spanish.

Mix & Match the resources from this FlexTexts set to give yourself ultimate flexibility in connecting your students with stories in Spanish that will interest them and are an appropriate challenge for their interpretive ability!

Includes comprehension activity:

Each level of the article is accompanied by a one-page, simple reading comprehension activity (15 activities total).

Each text + activity is provided as both a PRINTABLE PDF and DIGITAL GOOGLE SLIDES™ resource, so that you can be ready for whatever this school year brings!


  • 3 texts (3 versions)
  • 3 activities
  • Printable version of all texts + activities
  • Digital assignment version of all texts + activities
  • Instructions & Teaching tips


  • I used this as a sub plan and my students were fascinated and wanted to tell me all about what they thought.

    Janna D.
  • Love the different levels of text complexity to discuss high interest topics.

    Brittany O.
  • After finishing up some discussions about zombis - it was the perfect transition into culture and a new place.

    Kristin K.
  • Great resource. I incorporated this with the other reading on leyendas and lugares de miedo for the month of October.

    Dana B.
  • Awesome perfect for the cultural teaching of Argentina.

    Agustina H.
  • This is great to leave when there's a sub. It's of interest to the students and keeps them busy the whole time. You know what they say about idle hands ... well, they get in trouble is all if they don't have enough to do that holds their attention. This fits the bill.

    Amy P.

Lugares de miedo | El Cementerio de la Recoleta


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