Groups choose a secretary. Other team members take turns running into the hall, reading a plot point, memorizing it, and running back to the secretary to recite it. Forgot a word? S/he must continue running back and forth between the wall and the secretary until it is correctly transcribed. Team members put plot points in correct order and present to the teacher for approval. The first team finished wins!
Have a list of who said it quotes, or items with choices. Post the four options in the four corners of the room (4 characters, 4 places, 4 emotions, etc). Explain the activity before letting the students move all over
Basically, it is a version of the “collaborative hand-jive” (for lack of a better term) which I used to play as a child called, “double double this that”. Instead of saying those words, on each syllable, my kids clap out the word chocolate.
Remember! Keep it novel, keep it quick and keep it fun!!
One of the reason deskless has gone so well is that they do not have a pile of stuff to hide their cell phone behind. There are no distractions, so students are forced to pay attention to the Spanish input and engage.