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Film Education. FILTA - Film in Language Teaching Association. Lessonstream.org by Jamie Keddie Home - Lessonstream.org. Video Lesson Plans for Teachers. Full Moon for all Moods by Konstantinos Kazantoglou is licensed under CCBY2.0 MAIN ACTIVITIES describing and comparing photographs, storytelling and discussion.
SUITABLE FOR teens and adults, upper-intermediate (B2) and above Click here for the Teacher’s Notes. Every year we like to produce one or two Christmas posts based on a seasonal advert and our first one for this year stars a famous Hollywood actor trying to solve a classic Christmas problem. MAIN ACTIVITIES predicting/ listening for specific information/ talking about Christmas / using vocabulary featured in the text Click here for the Teacher’s Notes.
Click here for the PowerPoint presentation. MAIN ACTIVITY using cohesive devices (linking words, relative clauses and pronouns) to describe a sequence of actions Click here for the Teacher’s Notes Photo taken from Dace Praulins, used under a CC Attribution Non-Commercial license, By Kieran Donaghy. The English Learner Movie Guides. Funny! Basil gives Manuel a language lesson - Fawlty Towers - BBC. Teach With Movies - Lesson Plans from movies for all subjects. Celebrate The 30th Anniversary Of The 'Breakfast Club' Detention With 30 Apropos Gifs. Thirty years ago today, a ragtag gang of rule-breaking youths entered a library and embarked on the most epic detention sentence the big screen has ever seen.
On March 24, 1984, the lovable misfits of “The Breakfast Club” entered a Saturday morning detention at Shermer High School. To be clear, today is not the anniversary of the film’s premiere, but of the actual detention date. In honor of the punishment that made so many movie-goers pine for their high school days, here are 30 gifs that more or less sum up this ‘80s classic. 30 years ago we met Andy, the “athlete,” Allison, the “basket case,” And Claire, the “princess.” Different as each member of the Breakfast Club was, they all had a few things in common, like a love of dance. The “outsiders” even danced together, and it was glorious. There’s no doubt, though, that the whole group was a little weird... Everyone had his or her own problems.
But they were united by their hatred for one man, Assistant Principal Dick Vernon. Also on HuffPost: Film in Action. Until quite recently it was difficult to find pedagogically sound film material to help students improve their language through watching film, and teachers had to spend many hours creating their own materials.
However, with the advent of the Internet there are now a wealth of online resources for both language teachers and their students. With so many resources it’s sometimes difficult for teachers to see the wood for the trees. Here I’m going to recommend the sites and resources that from my own experience I have found most useful and engaging. Lesson plans There are many websites and blogs which provide detailed and well-structured lesson plans designed around film and television clips, short films and viral videos which save the busy teacher a lot of time. Film English – Looking Back At What Makes 'Dirty Dancing' Such A Classic.
Some movies just stick with us forever, because they're the kind of movies that have us learning all the lines, remembering all the moves, and re-enacting the best scenes in our bedroom wishing so desperately to be that amazing main character in real life.
Dirty Dancing is one of these movies, and there's little arguing that Baby and Johnny's story is and will always be a classic. Although I'd be happy to just watch it again and again and again, rewinding it forever and basking in the warm feeling of the best kind of nostalgia, it won't hurt to look at why, exactly, Dirty Dancing holds such a special place in our hearts. 1. It Is The Best Dance Movie Ever Not only is the combination of steamy dance scenes and musical hits a foolproof formula, watching Baby go from awkward wallflower to dance floor goddess made it seem so much more real.
Nothing beats the attraction in the "Lover Boy" scene: Actually, let's watch it again: Share Video 2. I shouldn't even have to add an explanation here. 3. 4. Film in Action Activities. To celebrate the forthcoming publication of my new book Film in Action for DELTA Publishing in April, I’m going to share some activities from the book in a series of posts over the coming weeks.
Here’s the first. This simple activity gets students thinking and talking about the multi-facteted and multi-modal nature of film and generates a huge amount of discussion and language with minimal teacher preparation. I suggest you use a dramatic scene which has quite a lot of tension. Here’s a scene from American Beauty which works very well with this activity.