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Paperman This EFL lesson plan is designed around 2 short films: Paperman an Oscar-nominated short by John Kahrs and Signs an award winning film by Patrick Hughes. Students write a narrative, predict a story and use adjectives to describe characters and emotions. 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.
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You're it! Fun ways to choose who's it for games Rock, Paper, Scissors Players make two fists and hit them on top of each other twice ... then the third time they make a symbol with their hand. The three symbols you can make are Rock, Paper and Scissors. Rock - Hand is kept in a fist. Paper - Hand is flattened out. Scissors - Hand is held with two fingers out.
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Fun ESL Activities for the Classroom A fantastically fun review game that any age group of students will love that requires a little prep but no materials. Especially if (as in my class) the winning team gets a stamp, which translates into 1% of their final grade. Draw a grid on the board, marking one row with numbers, one with letters. I usually do 5x5 or 6x6 for a 20-30 minute game. Put in the following letters:
Describing Famous People : A Reading and Writing Activity This is an activity which I’ve used successfully at both lower and mid-intermediate level. PreparationChoose a famous person who is likely to interest the students, and who they know something but not too much about already. Use the Internet to research their biography and then “condense” it into ten to fifteen sentences, using language that the students have already encountered. If you choose someone who is already dead, you’ll probably be able to do it using only the simple present and past (active and passive) but a description of a living person may need also the present perfect. The sentences should include two or three which are invented, and the task for the students is to decide which are the untrue sentences.