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Facebook Twitter Largest collection of video quotes from movies on the web. Film History Timeline. Screeninglanguages. Film in Education. Wisecrack. What British People Say vs. What They Really Mean. British journalist-turned-novelist Lucy Sykes has become known for her snarky social commentary, thanks to her bestseller The Knockoff, a satirical take on the budding fashion tech world.

What British People Say vs. What They Really Mean

Now, she and co-author Jo Piazza are at it again with their forthcoming novel Fitness Junkie (out July 11), which comically tackles society's wellness obsession. Given Sykes' British background—and her penchant for keeping it real—we asked her and her sister, author Plum Sykes, to give us a breakdown of popular British phrases, and what they really mean. 1 'You look amazing.' = Is that dress a good idea? Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Where Science Meets Science Fiction. Obama’s elf. This is my favourite Christmas video – an ingenious piece of work from animator Felix Sputnik.

Obama’s elf

Please excuse the lack of PDF. At the time of upload, there are only three days of school left before the holidays. Szeretlek Magyarország. #128 - Protect Your Dreams (intermediate) 128 - Protect Your Dreams This lesson focuses on the future and talking about "dreams", the dreams students have for the future or did have when they were young.

#128 - Protect Your Dreams (intermediate)

The film, "The Pursuit Of Happiness" is the backdrop for the lesson and may lead to a discussion in and of itself.... 1. Introduction.Prompt student background knowledge. Write the word "Dream" on the board and ask them about what people usually dream about (for the future). Why doesn't the Queen of England need a passport? Miért nincsenek személyes dokumentumai a királynőnek?

Why doesn't the Queen of England need a passport?

És mit mond ha a foglalkozásáról kérdezik? As the reigning monarch of the United Kingdom, the commonwealth, and certain other countries that have since declared independence but decided they kind of like having the Queen on their money, Queen Elizabeth II enjoys a number of unique perks not bestowed on any of her subjects. These include being immune from prosecution from any crime she may happen to commit (justice is served in her name); she cannot be compelled to give evidence in court; she owns all of the dolphins, sturgeons and whales found in British waters (she also technically owns all mute swans found on open waters in Britain); she has the ability to declare war on any other nation if she so desires it; and, most pertinent to the present conversation, she doesn’t need a passport to travel abroad.

Sherlock Holmes story. Sherlock Holmes – Love your neighbour My students like watching films in English.

Sherlock Holmes story

But normal films are too long to watch in lessons and short clips are often too difficult to watch. That is why I turn books into films for students to watch, read and listen to at the same time. You can see a few of these books at my Youtube channel zdendarotesl. This time I turned Sherlock Holmes comic into a film and I have prepared a few activities and worksheets to accompany it. Teacher writes (or if they have an IWB) a new word on the board and say its meaning in the students´ mother tongue. The teacher writes on and asks students to say the previous words in English. Jack the Giant Killer - comic story part 1. Students like reading comics.

Jack the Giant Killer - comic story part 1

Comics are often the only thing students read. When I started an extensive reading project last year, students did not mind reading comics, however when we moved to short stories, more than half of them stopped reading and started to hate the programme. On the basis of this experience I have prepared a fairy tale comic for students to read. To be able to read a text and understand it, it is essential that you know the words. The more words you know the more you can enjoy the text. Jack the Giant killer – vocabulary First, learn the vocabulary using our associative learning method. Associative learning method When I study vocabulary, I am able to learn about 50 words a day. The Associative learning method. Here are the words and materials to learn them using the associative method.

For a better mobile experience it is better to click over here and see the activity full screen. Word games_part01_key. Subtitles - Watch Movies Online with Subtitles - SubsMovies. Movie Worksheet: Mind Your Language. Season 1 Episode 12. USC Shoah Foundation. Teach With Movies - Lesson Plans from movies for all subjects. HUMAN (2015) What is it that makes us human?

HUMAN (2015)

Is it that we love, that we fight? That we laugh? Cry? Our curiosity? The quest for discovery? Driven by these questions, filmmaker and artist Yann Arthus-Bertrand spent three years collecting real-life stories from 2,000 women and men in 60 countries. Angol feliratos filmek. Rise Up. This EFL lesson plan is designed around a short film directed by Günther Gheeraert commissioned by Continents Insolites, and the theme of travel.

Rise Up

Students plan a trip around the world, explain their world trip to a partner and watch a short film. I would ask all teachers who use Film English to consider buying my book Film in Action as the royalties which I receive from sales help to keep the website completely free. Language level: Intermediate (B1) – Upper Intermediate (B2) Learner type: Teens and adults Time: 60 minutes Activity: Planning a world trip, making notes, speaking, watching a short film, and writing Topic: Travel Language: Vocabulary related to travel, countries landscape, building and culture Materials: Short film Downloadable materials: rise up lesson instructions.