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The Journey

The Journey
This EFL lesson is designed around a short film commissioned by John Lewis as their Christmas TV commercial. Students practice vocabulary related to journeys and Christmas, prepositions, song lyrics, speaking and writing. 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) – Advanced (C1) Learner type:Teens and adults Time: 60 minutes Activity: Watching short film, completing the lyrics of a song, speaking and writing Topic: Journeys and Christmas Language: Narrative tenses, prepositions and vocabulary related to Christmas Materials: Short film and song lyrics Downloadable materials: the journey lesson instructions the power of love lyrics Support Film English Film English remains ad-free and takes many hours a month to research and write, and hundreds of dollars to sustain. Step 1 Have you ever built a snowman? Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Related:  Themes

Christmas Speak English with a deck of cards - Kittys engelskoppgaver Nedenfor kan du laste ned snakkespillet "Speak English with a deck of cards" i en julevariant. Nyhet: Christmas quiz som hører til dette spillet, slik at man kan jobbe med spørsmålene på forhånd finner du her :) Spillet er opprinnelig laget for 4. trinn, men passer garantert for andre trinn også. Dere trenger: Kopier av spillebrettene. Slik spiller dere: 2 og 2 sammen er best, men det KAN være flere som spiller sammen.Spillerne trekker et kort fra kortstokken etter tur.Motspiller leser opp spørsmålet/kommandoen i den aktuelle ruten på engelsk.Den som har sin tur må svare på spørsmålet med FULL SETNING/UTFØRE KOMMANDOEN. Hjelpemidler: Ordbok? Poenggivning: Vi spiller mest for moro og for å få snakket mye engelsk, men elevene gir hverandre poeng for svar med fulle setninger og god utførelse av oppdrag. Et svar bestående av kun svaret UTEN hel setning gir 1 poeng.Et svar med HEL setning gir 2 poeng.Et fantastisk godt svar med hel setning og ekstra detaljer kan gi 3 poeng.

My Favourite Animal This EFL lesson is based on a beautiful animated short film My Favourite Animal by Lara Lee , and another short promotional film for the World Wildlife Fund The World is Where we Live. The lesson practises animal vocabulary, listening and speaking. It works particularly well with younger learners, but is also suitable for older learners. Language level: Pre-intermediate (A2) to Intermediate (B1) Learner type: All ages Time: 60 minutes Activity: Listening and speaking Topic: Animals and nature Language: Animal vocabulary Materials: 2 short films Downloadable materials: My Favourite Animal lesson plan instructions the world where we live slides The School for Training is a small specialist teacher training institute in Barcelona, providing innovative courses of the highest quality for teachers from around the world. Find out more about the courses and how to enrol here. Step 1 As a warmer to introduce the theme of animals, tell your students they are going to do an animal A-Z. Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 1.

Lektionstips: Pälsen av Hjalmar Söderberg Lektionsmål: Få förståelse för hur samtidens mans- och kvinnoroller kommer till uttryck i novellen Pälsen. Språkmål: Kunna redogöra för och diskutera hur samtidens mans- och kvinnoroller kommer till uttryck i novellen, genom att analysera handling, karaktärer och bildspråk. Instruktion: 1. Titta på Power-pointpresentationen som finns ovan. Detta för att friska upp minnet. 2. Hur agerar mannen och kvinnan i boken/novellen. Vilka ord används i samband med kvinnor respektive män? Klicka på länken nedan, för att komma till novellen. 3. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 4. "Grundprincipen är att människans och samhällets utveckling sker genom utslagning av svaga individer; endast de bäst lämpade överlever och för sina gener vidare till kommande släktled. Hur kan denna teori användas i tolkningen av Pälsen? 5. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. 7. Novellens slut är helt öppet för tolkning.

Hannibal sound designer on how to scare people with music on 99 Percent Invisible. Photo by Sheila Sund/Flickr Roman Mars’ podcast 99% Invisible covers design questions large and small, from his fascination with rebar to the history of slot machines to the great Los Angeles Red Car conspiracy. Here at The Eye, we cross-post new episodes and host excerpts from the 99% Invisible blog, which offers complementary visuals for each episode. This week's edition—about scary music in films and TV—can be played below. People who make horror movies know: If you want to scare someone, use scary music. There are two fundamental ways to make music scary. The second way horror movie music makes you feel uneasy is to go the other direction: low grumbling sounds. Mix these two and you’re on your way to creating a classic scary soundtrack. Composer Brian Reitzell’s score for Hannibal lives half in music, half in sound design. To produce a revving sound, Reitzell slid his fingers up and down the neck of a bass. Photo by Feliciano Guimaraes/Flickr Courtesy of NBC

Bästa digitala adventskalendrarna 2015 Årets digitala julkalender från Ulrika Kjellberg i Thinglink ‎Anna-Kari Palms Julkalender Varje lucka har ett experiment från Utbildningsradion Tiggy testar. Natur och Kulturs Julkalendrar 2015 Pixelcat Bästa julkalendern på nätetav Gunilla "fotofinnaren.se" Dahlblom "Här kommer jag att berätta, rimma och tipsa varje dag fram till jul! Julens kemi-kalender "I just den här kalendern handlar det om jultiden ur ett lite ovanligt perspektiv. av Sandra Wissting "I den här julkalendern finns inga luckor. Thinglink-adventskalender "Här är mitt första försök till en digital julkalender om någon vill ha!

The Job This EFL lesson is based on an award-winning comedy short film called The Job directed by Jonathan Browning , and the themes of jobs and employment. Students predict the content of a short film, watch a short film and speaking about jobs. 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) – Advanced (C1) Learner type: Teens and adults Time: 60 minutes Activity: Predicting the content of a short film, watching a short film, and speaking about jobs Topic: Jobs and employment Language: Vocabulary related to jobs and employment Materials: Short film, infographic and discussion questions Downloadable materials: the job lesson instructions top jobs infographic jobs discussion questions Step 1 Write Top Jobs on the board and then ask your students what they consider the best jobs to be. Step 2 Show them the infographic of the top jobs in the USA.

Novelltema Noveller är tacksamt att arbeta med – de är korta och man kan hinna med många av läroplanens mål under en lektion som läsa, diskutera, skriva och reflektera. När ni jobbar med noveller kan ni behöva ha ett analysschema tillhands för eleverna och här hittar ni ett. När jag arbetar med noveller med en klass så kan mjuka upp med att högläsa en lämplig novell, jag brukar ofta välja Maskrosen av Margit Bethlen där jag har frågor till som eleverna kan diskutera efter läsningen. Jag har novellen i Magasinet, men ni kan hitta den här också. Sedan kan man gå igenom vad som är typiskt för en novell med ett novellrecept. Det är också bra att ha tillhands när eleverna ska skriva egna noveller. Novellrecept För att träna på skrivandet av egna noveller kan man göra stafettnoveller. Skrivandet kan också stödjas av att få exempel att härma, som görs i detta klipp av Malin Larsson. En annan novell som passar sig bra för högläsning är Pälsen av Hjalmar Söderberg. Så här blev en novell i Malins klass

Documentary Film Makers in Delhi NCR, India | Razzmatazz Films While Mumbai is the heart centre of commercial film production in India, one finds many documentary filmmakers in Delhi. That’s probably because Delhi is a centrally located gateway to a wide range of destinations, heritage sites, historical locations and pilgrimage centres. In short, Delhi takes you to places that have stories – and that’s what documentary film production is all about: stories… stories that educate, inform and engage… stories that stir passion and emotions… stories that empower. Documentary filmmakers aren’t just film makers – they are storytellers, recreating in a new medium the ancient art of weaving tales. A documentary film maker uses digital films as his or her canvas for narrating a great story… a compelling story… a story that must be told. You can choose to work with us using two models. In the second model, you can approach us with a story or a script – and we’ll take it forward from there.

FREE February Printables and Activities by Laura Candler Need engaging printables and activities for February? This 26-page packet offers ready-to-use lessons, printables, and activities for February that foster higher level thinking while motivating students. Activities include math word problems, a candy heart fraction lesson, a friendship poetry activity, a word challenge, and directions for writing a President or Black History biography. The February Activities freebie is offered as a sample of my monthly activity packs. See below. Newly Updated! ** If you like this freebie, please rate it and leave a comment. More Seasonal Printables and Lessons from Laura Candler! If you enjoy these activities, take a look at the other lesson packs in my Seasonal Mini Pack collection! Individual Items:October Activities from Teaching ResourcesNovember Activities from Teaching ResourcesDecember Activities from Teaching ResourcesJanuary Activities from Teaching ResourcesMarch Activities from Teaching ResourcesApril Activities from Teaching Resources

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