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Mr Bean at the Dentist (Past Simple)

Mr Bean at the Dentist (Past Simple)
Mr Bean is late for his dental appointment and tries to get dressed and clean his teeth on the way. After arriving just in time for the appointment, he gives an anesthetic to the dentist. DVD on amazon here You are going towatch some clips of Mr Bean and answer questionspractise using the Past Simple write summary of the story in the past How often do you go to the dentist? Check Do you know the past simple forms of these verbs? Instructions Look at the questions before you startWatch the clipAnswer the questions in the interactive exercises after the clips Look at questions for parts 1 - 3Part 1 Which is the the correct answer? 1) Mr Bean’s alarm clock went off at 8.00 / 8.15 / 8.30 2) He put the clock in the cupboard / a glass of water / a bag 3) He continued reading a book / sleeping / watching TV Part 2 Put the following in the correct order Mr Bean… A) got up B) walked into the wall C) shaved D) did some exercise E) opened the wardrobe and took out his clothes F) made his bed Watch the clip 3b. Related:  Classroom activities

More Mr. Bean Just surfing the net while my husband does the dishes - this must be the 90's. Had a great class today thanks to one of my Mr. Bean videos. Used it 2 ways because of the 2 levels I teach. Basic group - received a sheet of sentences about things that happened in the video. I had taken out the verb but put it (verb stem only) at the end of the sentence. Name: Marg H.Email: heidebr@mcmaster.caLocation: Dundas, Ont Canada English Lesson on Bob Dylan Advertisements Advertisements Robert Allen Zimmerman was born in 1941 and loved music, especially blues, from a young age. He formed several bands and played so loudly at a high school talent show the principal had to cut the microphone off. He switched to folk music because, he said: “The songs are filled with more despair, more sadness, more triumph, more faith in the supernatural, much deeper feelings." In 1963, he released his second album, “The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan”. Dylan continued to have an important impact on the history of rock for many decades. There is a debate today about whether or not Dylan should receive the Nobel Prize for Literature. 247 words Sources: and assorted biographies. Advertisements Match the words from the article on the left with their synonyms on the right. Match the following phrases from the article: Robert Allen Zimmerman was born in 1941 and __________________ blues, from a young age. Number these lines in the correct order. 1. 2.

Grammar with Movies | Learn English Online with Dimi What will happen if you practice? If you practice, you will learn Practice is the key to success! If present simple (condition) + will base of the verb (result) Use the first conditionals to refer to things that are likely to happen e.g., If someone opens the door, the woman will fall off the chair. Picture source Use the second conditionals to talk about unreal situations in the present or in the future, e.g., If the situation were real, I would call her as soon as possible. Fiddler on the roof - If I were a rich man (with subtitles) Unwanted Flirtation: What Would You Do? Would you step in to rescue a woman from a man's unwanted advances? Practice Second Conditional with Songs Read a funny text with Second Conditional Movie Activity - The Box: 1st & 2nd Conditionals Use the third conditionals to express regret, talk about the past and imagine something different from what actually happened, e.g. Past Conditional Excuses Example:

Using Mr. Bean to Teach Present Continuous (Speaking Activity) English Current Skill focus: Speaking Grammar: Present Continuous (Present Progressive) ESL Level: Pre-intermediate to Intermediate Number of students: 2 or more Equipment needed: projector/video screen Time Required: 15 minutes Present Continuous Speaking Activity Description After teaching your students present continuous, put them in pairs. Next, load a short Mr. Explain to the student facing the video that his job is to describe the video to his partner. Let them do it. After, have the pairs switch seats and change the video. Note that the word oyster is important in the above story, so be sure to preteach this vocabulary. Present Continuous Speaking Activity Expansion This could be made into a more robust lesson 30/40-minute lesson by: 1) Creating warm-up questions about the topic of each video. Do you like flying? 2) Pre-teaching key vocabulary (flight attendant, life preserver, buffet, oyster, spoiled, etc) My students always enjoy this activity, and it’s likely because Mr. Good luck with your class.

Cover to Cover: Comparing Books to Movies ReadWriteThink couldn't publish all of this great content without literacy experts to write and review for us. If you've got lessons plans, videos, activities, or other ideas you'd like to contribute, we'd love to hear from you. More Find the latest in professional publications, learn new techniques and strategies, and find out how you can connect with other literacy professionals. More Teacher Resources by Grade Your students can save their work with Student Interactives. More Home › Classroom Resources › Lesson Plans Lesson Plan Student Objectives Session One Session Two Session Three Session Four Session Five Session Six Session Seven Extensions Student Assessment/Reflections Students will back to top Session One After the book has been completed, ask the students to think about a time when they read a book and then saw a movie based upon that book. Session Two Review the previous session’s viewing. Session Three Session Four Session Five Session Six Session Seven

The Best Popular Movies/TV Shows For ESL/EFL (& How To Use Them) You might want to see our book excerpt, Eight Ways to Use Video With English Language Learners I’ve written a guest post for Edutopia titled 5-Minute Film Festival: 8 Videos for ELL Classrooms. Check Out my related New York Times post The Best Fun Videos For English Language Learners In 2015 – So Far Movies and television shows can be an effective tool for teaching and learning English (or, for that matter, any academic subject) if used strategically and not as a “babysitting” device. I thought it might be useful to prepare a “The Best…” list resources that teachers might find useful related to using video in the ESL/EFL classroom. Before I list specific movies or shows, I’ll begin by some ideas, and sites, where you can get more recommendations on how to use video in the classroom. I’ve hardly ever shown a video clip for more than ten minutes during one class period. You might also be interested in The Best Movie Scenes To Use For English-Language Development. Here are my picks: Related

Learn English Through Movies Utiliser Twitter en cours de langues vivantes Qu’est-ce que c’est ? Twitter est un site de microblogage qui permet à un utilisateur d’envoyer de brefs messages (limités à 140 caractères) appellés tweets. Il s’agit d’un réseau social que de plus en plus d’élèves fréquentent, au detriment bien souvent du réseau social Facebook. Origines du projet : L’idée au depart, n’etait pas d’utiliser, mais de refléchir avec un groupe d’élèves de section européenne anglais sur les réseaux sociaux en général, au travers d’une séquence portant sur ce thème, dans le cadre de l’éducation aux medias. Les élèves avaient en grande majorité un compte Facebook et l’utilisaient régulièrement. Au cours de la séquence, nous avons réfléchi aux usages qu’ils pouvaient faire de ces réseaux sociaux et très vite, je me suis retrouvée confrontée à une difficulté évidente : ne connaissant pas Twitter, ils avaient beaucoup de mal à en comprendre le fonctionnement, l’utilité et surtout la difference avec Facebook. Les étapes : Autorisation Twitter