After several classes practicing, we finally got to try some chocolate. I showed them a video (unfortunately not in Spanish) of how to prepare champurrado and then we passed around a molinillo and said "bate, bate chocolate." I showed them the molinillo before the video and they got very excited when they saw it in the video.
Finally, we had some hot chocolate and cookies. I didn't make full out champurrado but I did use Ibarra chocolate and added cinnamon and chili powder. After students tried their chocolate they wrote their name on a post it note and we made a class graph (tying it to what they are studying in math right now!) One of my students, who is pretty low and often acts out, enjoyed his chocolate so much that not only did he write his name on his post-it he also wrote ME GUSTA in big letters. I was so proud of him that I had to take a picture and show his classroom teacher.
Since this lesson, this students and others have have told me "¡Me gusta el chocolate!" in the hallway now. I hope they realize this was a one time event. ;-D How do you teach likes and dislikes? Share in the comments below!