Taking a “snapshot” is a great didactic resource, and it is really easy to use. When there is a very representative scene of a book, or a play, or a historical period; it is very easy to try to take a photograph of that precise moment. The students love it. They try to represent the scene in the most accurate way: they look for costumes, they find the appropiate stage, etc; and they place themselves within the context in order to take the photograph of that precise moment.
On this occasion, the students of the second grade have chosen the famous scene in which the blind man deceives Lazaro and gives him a strong blow against a bull carved in a large stone.