Check out the two new music videos recently added to the website!
"¿Qué Hora Es?" Is a song that focuses on telling time, but also includes a lot of basic Spanish 1 vocabulary and present tense conjugations. Preview the song below:
"Los Meses y Días" is a parody of Black Eyed Peas The Time (Dirty Bit)” This was a song previously recorded in 2011, and now there is a video to go with it! Preview it below.
Senorashby.com subscribers can access two different version of this video here.
Two new songs!
Mírame Whip: This a parody of Sliento's "Watch me" to teach the prepositional phrases: derecha de, izquierda de, delante de, debajo de, dentro de, lejos de, and cerca de. It is designed for students to rap the song while moving around their desk or their chair. I'd love to see some teachers try it in their class and send in a video of your choreography!
¿Qué hora es? This is a preview for a new song focusing on how to tell time. Full version will be released next Wednesday exclusively on senorashby.com.
Comment below: What should my next song be about?
I just came across this video on YouTube that I thought was pretty cool (get it?), and will be adding it to my Spanish resources by topics page. What other cool videos out there should we add?
-Two new songs and music videos! Central America, and South America countries and capitals raps to help memorize the Spanish speaking countries and capitals and locations! Click here
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About Señor Ashby:
I am a K-12 Spanish educator specializing in creativity. I am passionate about learning through technology, music, and innovation. I have taught Spanish to K-12, and am a two time finalist for online teacher of the year (2011, 2014). l live in West Michigan with my wife and our four energetic boys!