Don Quixote de La Mancha

With videos created by the cast & crew of Teatro Latino @RILA


This lesson plan is for mulitilgual learners. It is based on Miguel de Cervante’s classic novel, Don Quixote

The accompanying videos will coincide with scenes from the story of Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes, and will guide teachers and students to create their own "adaptation" of the classic novel.

The lesson plan may fulfill two or more of these learning standards: foreign language, reading, creative writing, and the arts – drawing, design, performance, video creation.

Target audience: Multilingual learners ages 13-16 or grades 6-8
Our Target Audience: Students in Rhode Island, with prioritized programming and support to the children of Central Falls, Pawtucket, Providence, and Woonsocket.

These lesson plans are ideal for schools during distance learning.
For more information about these Lesson Plans contact: Marta V. Martínez marta@rilatinoarts.org
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Meet Don Quixana i.e. Don Quixote de La Mancha

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Recounts the amusing manner in which Don Quixote is dubbed a knight

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Concerning what happens to Don Quixote when he leaves the inn

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Regarding his arrival back home and finding a squire

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The telling of Don Quixote’s adventure of the windmills

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Of the second sally forth of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza: Sheep!

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Of the exalted adventure and rich prize of Mambrino’s Helmet

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Teatro Latino del Pueblo @RILA was founded in 2016 as a forum for Latinos to develop and present new bilingual plays. Our mission is to provide opportunities for artists, producers and audiences to discuss and advance bilingual Latinx theater in Rhode Island and nationwide.