This is an example of how you can use part of a music track you like to practise any topic you are covering in lessons.
This example is from "La Camisa Negra" by Juanes. I chose it simply because I liked the strong rhythmic intro. Choosing a track that has a strong rhythmic element is the most important factor as it is easier for you to fit lyrics.
I was covering the topic of family, use of 'mon/ma' and naming family members using 's'appelle'.
We revised the language using this Smartboard file
I clipped the intro to Camisa Negra using NCH Wavepad but you can do the same with Audacity.
I then dragged the clip into a Garageband file and recorded the lyrics on a second vocal track on Garageband as the music played. I exported the file to Itunes which mixed the two tracks together. Once in Itunes I converted the default import from an AAC format to an mp3 file to use with Smartboard.
Again, you can do this using Audacity. If you are not sure how to add a lyric track, simply use the backing track and sing along to it.
Here is the backing track clipped from 'La camisa Negra'
and here is the same track with the lyrics from the Smartboard file overdubbed
You can download the Smartboard Notebook file and the two clips from here.