Music Bulletin Board

In conjunction with one of my recent assignments, which students seemed to enjoy, I decided to put up a new bulletin board on the theme of music. I play música quite a bit in my classes and dedicating a tablón de anuncios was something I’ve been thinking about for some time.

Album Booklets

I used the CD album booklets as well as articles and pictures from magazines that I’ve collected over the year. If your school library has a subscription to People En Español, that’s a good place to start. I also bought some pop-culture Spanish posters drawn by including this Adele poster, which students loved! Many students also enjoyed the Beatles posters.


I then made a poster asking students ¿Qué es tu canción favorita?” with a column for Spanish songs and English songs. It allows students to share their own interests and allows them to connect their world with the Spanish speaking side. I hung this poster right next to the bulletin board. Students are sure to be checking this out before class to see what type of music their peers listen to.


The end result is this bulletin board:


We now have available for purchase this Juanes poster at La música es el lenguaje universal.
Juanes Music Poster


About spanishplans

Spanish Teacher in Chicago. Have studied or traveled to Costa Rica, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Spain, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Argentina, and Uruguay. Have taught level 1 at middle and high school levels. Degree in Spanish and Master's in Teaching and Leadership. Blogger
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4 Responses to Music Bulletin Board

  1. Amy Lenord says:

    Omgoodness! I have some of the same things on my wall! Great minds, right? Nice work!

  2. Love the bulletin board addition. (Found your page on tonight’s #langchat.)

  3. Anonymous says:

    Great idea but you should ask ¿Cuál es tu canción favorita?

  4. Pingback: Music Bulletin Board Using Cds

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