I hope you enjoy this sample. To watch the rest of Guapo, and to gain access to every single song, video and game on this site, please purchase full-site access.
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If you like this video, check out the sequel video, La Confesión de Víctor.
More importantly, the song teaches the use of tener and ser in multiple conjugated forms.
Some teachers have reseverations about the rap in the middle of song when Víctor insults the other guy. I included that section for a couple of reasons. First, I wanted to include the tú form of ser and tener. Second, it better establishes Víctor as a complete fool -- not someone to emulate. The song is definitely a satire, and I hope students get that. If they do not, it will become all the more clear when they see the sequel, La Confesión de Víctor.
Also, as you may have noticed, there are two versions of Guapo on this site. This one is the a newly recorded version of the song with improved performances and accents. However, it might have lost some of its cheesy charm. Therefore, you still have access to the original classic version, if you prefer it.
The following resources for Guapo are included with a subscription.
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- Guapo Lyrics Page
- A page to listen to the song and study the lyrics.
- Guapo Videogame and Karaoke
- A fun and challenging videogame that tests users on every detail of the lyrics.
- Also contains a karaoke feature for singing along with or without the original vocals.
- Play a sample videogame
- Guapo Lectura
- Supplementary stories written for higher-level Spanish classes.
- Guapo Grammar Review Packet
- A packet that reviews major grammar components in the video.
- Guapo Video Supplement Packet
- Pre, During and Post worksheets that supplement the video.
- Guapo Brain Teaser/Puzzle
- A unique jigsaw puzzle that requires knowledge of the song lyrics.
- Watch a video tutorial
- Downloadable Lyrics and Activities
- Spanish lyrics with English translation
- Spanish lyrics without English translation
- Cloze activity (easy)
- Cloze activity (hard)
Why Can't I Watch the Whole Video?!
know, I know, I know, this whole subscription thing is a major pain. There are 3 gazillion videos for free on YouTube, so why would you pay twenty bucks just to watch a few educational Spanish videos?
First of all, if you're a student, I don't expect you to pay. Click here for more information about how to get access.
Teachers, here is why I charge a small fee for access:
Honestly, I don't make these videos for the money. I love teaching Spanish, and I think it's amazing that I get to share my love of the language with people all around the world.
That said, these videos take a lot of time and resources. The ¡PAN! music video alone took over 150 hours of my time, with a budget of five thousand dollars.
Can't You Just Use Advertisers?
Sure, I could make everything on my website free, and instead earn money from advertising. I'm fully aware that by doing so, my site would get more visitors, generate more revenue, and take less time to manage. Really, it seems like a win-win for everyone.
Except, see, I'm kind of old-fashioned about advertising.
I don't like the idea of advertising on an educational website, just as I don't like seeing Coca-Cola billboards inside a school building. Students will have their entire lives to have products screamed at them, and I don't feel like adding to the noise.
A lot of people with better business sense than me would scoff at this idealism, but as I said, I'm not doing this for the money. I merely want to bring in enough revenue to fund new materials, and to justify to my family the rather ridiculous amounts of time that my website requires.
But there is another reason:
If you're not paying for it, you are the product.
I will not sell your information (or that of your students). I will not track every single click you make on my site, and then sell it to advertisers so that they have a better idea of who you are and how to sell stuff to you.
If you take the leap and purchase a subscription with SenorWooly.com, I promise to never give corporations your name, email address, or preferred brand of peanut butter. I also promise never to make you and your students watch a 30-second deodorant commercial before Guapo.
When you spend the twenty dollars it costs for a one-year membership, you get what you pay for – fun and creative songs, videos and games created by a fellow Spanish teacher.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. I always answer emails personally, and am happy to do so.