Spanish 11 and 12 Hero Villain Project and Presentation

Hero or Villain? The Interview

You get to choose whether you are a Super Hero or a Super Villain… and then you get to tell us all about your life. Think of it like Lois Lane interviewing Superman, or Roxanne interviewing Megamind. Let’s here all about you!

  • ¿Quién eres? ¿Dónde vives? Who are you? Where do you live?
  • ¿Qué haces para prepararte para el día? What do you do to get ready for the day? (use reflexives)
  • ¿Cómo te entrenas? How do you train?
  • ¿De qué estás entusiasmado? What are you enthusiastic about?
  • ¿Qué te importa? What matters to your character?
  • ¿Cómo eras antes de llegar a ser un héroe/heroína/villano/villana? What were you like before you became a hero or villain?
  • ¿Cómo eres ahora? ¿Normalmente? What is your range of emotions, normally? ¿What are you like now?
  • ¿Tienes algún poder especial o cosas técnicas que son especiales? Do you have any special powers or gadgets?
  • Descríbete. ¿Cómo es tu piel? Describe yourself physically. Is your skin a popular primary color?
  • ¿Qué ropa llevas? ¿De qué es hecho/a? ¿De qué son hechos/hechas? What clothes do you wear? What are they made of?
  • Describe a tu compañero o miñión. Describe your sidekick or minion.
  • Da consejos. Si nosotros queremos ser héroes o villanos, ¿cómo debemos entrenarnos?¿Cómo tenemos que entrenar? ¿Qué tenemos que hacer? ¿Qué son algunas cosas que debemos aprender? Give advice. If we want to be a hero/villain, how should we train? What are things we should learn? (Use tener que infinitive or deber que infinitive)
  • ¿Cómo es tu día normal? Descríbelo. ¿Adónde vas? ¿Qué haces?What’s your normal day like? Describe it. Where do you go? What do you do?
  • ¿Cómo es un buen día para ti? ¿Cómo es un mal día? What’s it like when you have a a good day? A bad day?

To answer these questions, you will use the Present, the PSJK, Reflexives, and a bit of the IMP.

How do you know when to use which? Good question. That’s what you need to learn.

DO NOT USE A TRANSLATOR. Translator = Kryptonite to the heart. You die!

Keep your sentences simple enough that you can write them yourself.

If you answer these questions thoroughly, you will easily meet the sentence requirement. Especially when you describe your day and give advice.

It will help that you need to make a presentation with visuals.

The Comic Book Cover

Everyone will make a comic book cover (poster sized), with labels. On the cover, you must have:

  • The Name of your hero or villain
  • a physical depiction of your hero or villain DOING SOMETHING
  • bright colors (black Sharpie and ink, paint, etc.) — NO PENCIL
  • a box saying who created your character, and drew your character
  • a box advertising the adventure inside your comic book

Your Choice: PPT or Pre-Filmed Video

Everyone will present their interview and comic book cover to the class. You can either present live, with a PPT that contains multiple depictions of your character–in action! …

or, you can dress up as your character and pre-record your interview for us. Yes, this lets you skip the “live” presentation aspect. However, your video must be submitted FIVE SCHOOL DAYS PRIOR to the presentation day. If this does not happen, you will be required to present in person.

Either way, practice enough with your character that you can step into the role. Don’t read to us.

More details on specific requirements to come… BUHUHAHAHAHA