Are you acquainted with Juan Fernandez, @granainoinuk, on Twitter?
If you teach Spanish, you may want to follow him on Twitter.
Because on a language forum that I follow, someone shared the link to his new YouTube channel with the videos he makes. The videos are perfect for second language learners because:
(1) he is a native speaker
(2) he speaks clearly,
(3) he speaks slow enough to give listeners time to process and understand what he is saying
Below is one of his videos:
I also like that the video DOES NOT have subtitles, but I noticed there is the option to add them if you wanted them on the screen. Another one of his videos I watched had the subtitles, but since his speech is comprehensible to my students, I don't want the English on the screen.
In Juan's video "¡Dale la vuelta a la tortilla!", he begins with several written examples of the subjunctive used with CUANDO. After watching it, you can explain this food idiom. (The website Spanish Food Idioms has a nice explanation.)
Some of the videos are short enough that they would work nicely as Brain Breaks, such as the 2 minute video, "Cómo decir NO en español".
These videos led me to his website, 1001 Razones para aprender español with even MORE resources and the scripts of his podcasts. Wow! I feel like I hit the jackpot this morning.
I hope you didn't have anything too pressing today, because you may want to put your plans on hold to watch Juan's videos. :-)
THANK YOU Juan Fernandez for creating these videos!