Memes and Mexico City

As I explore Mexico City and life there with my students, I have come to find that the Meme can offer insights into city living and certain aspects of the city that deserve illustration.

The Meme can also offer the personal perspective of a person from the city.

I see them as a great way to introduce a topic about the city before we dive deeper with readings, videos or presentations.

It can serve as an interpretive activity as well as interpersonal one that offers some comprehensible input as well.

We can explore the history of the city:

and some of the issues it faces:

Hopefully, these will help spark a conversation.

Author: srblancoblog

Spanish teacher

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