sitcom Archives - Page 2 of 2 - ESL TubeESL Tube Extr@ Episode 8 The Landlady’s Cousin (Part 2) 210 Views0 Likes Story: Annie receives a note announcing that the old landlady is away on holiday but her cousin Eunice will be in charge during her absence. Everyone assumes that the cousin will be just as bad. The girls have boug... Extr@ Episode 8 The Landlady’s Cousin (Part 1) ESL Teaching Videos Google + Students really enjoy watching movies and TV for a variety of reasons. For one, they get exposure to natural language in a non-threatening setting. Secondly, movies and video provide common ground to students of any international background. Below you'll find both general teaching resources as well as fully-developed lessons on various films and videos. So, pop yourself some popcorn and settle down in front of your computer for some fun with movies.It doesn't matter if you have contemporary office furniture, patio furniture or grandma's castoff furniture.
The Happening: Modals for Speculation Might, Could. Most reviewers criticized this movie, but I am a fan of Shayamalan, the director. All of his films have provided me with very interesting activities because the stories are very creative. I used this scene to practice modals for speculation - possibility. A. Read the latest news in today's newspaper: The Honeybees Disappearance:Apparently, honeybees are disappearing all over the country. Short-Sequence ESL movie lessons Jump to: -Describe Story and Character -Present, Past, and Future (speaking/writing) -Movie Karaoke -Paraphrasing Kraoke -Rewrite the Script -Jigsaw -Guess the Dialogue -Guess the Vocabulary -Movie Vocabulary List -Action Cards -Cloze Encounters -Word-for-Word Dictation -Blind Summary -Hear-the-Word Bingo -Change the Ending -Grammar Focus Big Things in Small Packages Welcome to the Movies Grow English knowledge bank of Short-Sequence Movie Lessons for ESL and EFL. On this page there are links to short-sequence and karaoke lessons which may be downloaded, copied, distributed, and projected without charge.
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The Path to Nazi Genocide — Media NARRATOR: Paris, 1900. More than fifty million people from around the world visited the Universal Exposition—a world’s fair intended to promote greater understanding and tolerance among nations, and to celebrate the new century, new inventions, exciting progress. The 20th century began much like our own—with hope that education, science and technology could create a better, more peaceful world. What followed soon after were two devastating wars. TEXT ON SCREEN: The Path to Nazi Genocide
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