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(Updated on 17/05/2014)



 

  • Film Festival: An ESL Lesson Plan to Get Students Talking About Movies
    "This lesson is divided into two hours.
    The first lesson explores some basic language used to describe movies and the second lesson provides practice and more in-depth exploration.
    The first part is an old activity that I've used with a great deal of success for years
    and the second part is a role-play that I made recently and is still being tested out."

    (bogglesworldesl.com)
  • "Zérodeconduite, en partenariat avec Septième Factory, a le plaisir de vous signaler la mise en ligne d'un site pédagogique  et l'organisation d'un jeu-concours autour du film 'Experimenter' de Michael Almereyda (au cinéma le 27 janvier 2016)..."
    (zerodeconduite.net)

     

 

 

  • Movie Segments to Assess Grammar Goals by Claudio Azevedo
    "Here you will find the movie segments, the lesson plans, printable worksheets with answer key for each activity,
    and the tips to develop your own grammar activities with the DVDs you have at home..."

    (moviesegmentstoassessgrammargoals.blogspot.fr)

    ex : Memoirs of a Geisha : compound adjectives

     

  • Film English
    "Film English is the brainchild of teacher, trainer and author Kieran Donaghy.  It is a site which promotes the innovative and creative use of moving images in language learning. All of the lesson plans revolve around the use of video and film to teach English..."

    (film-english.com)
  • World Builder - a lesson plan
    "This lesson is designed around a beautiful short film by Bruce Branit called World Builder. Students speak and write about a perfect world, and watch a short film.
    Language level: Intermediate (B1) – Upper-intermediate (B2)3

    Time: 60 minutes...
    Language: Vocabulary related to describing cities and second conditional..."

    (film-english.com)

     

  • The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel: Misleading Ads - a lesson plan (warmupsfollowups.blogspot.fr)

 

  • Wreck-It Ralph: Dialog Writing - a lesson plan
    "This animated movie is innovative and highly creative. It is great to see animation based on video games characters we all know - most students do!"

    (moviesegmentstoassessgrammargoals.blogspot.fr)

  • Daniel Day-Lewis wins record third Oscar (February 27, 2013) - a lesson plan with AUDIO
    British actor Daniel Day-Lewis made has cinema history by picking up his third Best Actor award at the Academy Awards in Hollywood.
    He becomes the first actor ever to win three such Oscars."

    (breakingnewsenglish.com)
  • Chasing the Frog (chasingthefrog.com)

  • Movie Screenplays Released As eBooks (1st May, 2012) - a lesson plan with audio
    "If you are a movie fan and you like studying English, you might just be interested in the latest initiative of the Hollywood movie studio Warner Brothers.
    The company has released a series of screenplays of its classic movies as eBooks."

    (breakingnewsenglish.com)

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  • The English Learner Movie Guide :
    "Each individual guide is a detailed synopsis of a popular movie, which consists of the following:
    - a summary of the plot
    - a list of the major characters
    - an extensive glossary of vocabulary and various cultural references that even advanced ESL learners would often not understand
    - questions for ESL class discussion"

    (eslnotes.com)

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  • Films : links and activities : study guides - fiches pédagogiques - lesson plans - exercises...
    (englishacademy.site.voila.fr)



  • Horses in the Movies
    "A Western wouldn t be a Western without stampedes, stagecoaches, shoot-outs on horseback or simply cowboys riding into town. So, who does the producer call when he needs stagecoaches, buckboards and real horses to make the script come alive? And how much will it cost to bring those horses and wagons to a movie set? Give your students the back story and show them how math plays a role in keeping a movie from going over budget."
    (thefutureschannel.com)

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  • Film characters - Fiche d'activités pédagogiques (CNDP)
    "Objectifs
    Linguistiques : décrire quelqu'un ; parler de ce qu'on aime
    Culturel : films anglo-saxons récents (Harry Potter, Wallace and Gromit)"

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  • Making movies - Fiche d'activités pédagogiques
    "Objectifs
    Linguistiques : acquisition du lexique de base concernant le cinéma, compréhension orale et écrite, expression orale
    Culturels : s'interroger sur les différents genres de films, prendre conscience des trois grandes étapes qui ont marqué les débuts du cinéma"
    (CNDP)

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  • The final scene of any film is full of information.
    "The image contains information about what happened to cause the film, what has happened in the meantime, what is going to happen in the future and what might have happened if something else hadn't happened..."
    (about.com)

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  • Cannes film festival
    Listen to the story
    Read more about this story
    Do a comprehension test about this story
    - with a lesson plan

    (BBC)


  • Movies and DVD rentals - a lesson proposed by Randall S. Davis with :
    - a list of commonly-used vocabulary with a recording of the words in RealMedia format.
    - a short quiz to test students' comprehension of some of the words,
    - a Follow-Up exercise for expanding students' use of the vocabulary in a conversation with a partner or group.

    (esl-lab)
  • Movie Riddles: An ESL Activity to Get Students Talking About Movies :
    "This lesson is divided into four parts: introduction, presentation, solo work, and class activity."

    (bogglesworldesl)





  • ESL/EFL Lessons Using Movies :
    - Checking into a Hotel in a Video-based Lesson
    - Politeness in Movies
    - Listening to Airplane Announcements in Movies
    - Narrating in Simple Past with Video
    - Jigsaw Reading Activity Using TV Listings
    - Quiz about the Movie "The Graduate"

    (iteslj)

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  • Fiches de travail sur :
    - Bad night in Mississippi
    - Dead Poets' Society
    - Do the Right Thing
    - West Side Story
    - America

    (Yvan Baptiste)
  • Dossiers pédagogiques, séquences et ressources sur des films :
    ALFRED HITCHCOCK- ALIEN - BILLY ELLIOT - BLADE RUNNER -
    BOWLING FOR COLUMBINE - BRAVEHEART - BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S -
    DEAD MAN WALKING - DIAL M FOR MURDER - DRACULA - FIGHT CLUB -
    LE QUAI DES IMAGES - LE SEIGNEUR DES ANNEAUX - MATRIX - MEN IN BLACK -
    MY SON THE FANATIC - MY NAME IS JOE - NORTH BY NORTHWEST - REAR WINDOW - SHREK - SHALLOW GRAVE - STAR WARS - THE GRINCH - THE MALTESE FALCON -
    UN COUPABLE IDEAL - VERTIGO

    (theixans)

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  • Learn by watching movies
    "In this section, we analyze parts of the movie script to learn and understand the use of daily English language.
    Read the passages and try to understand them. Then, read the vocabulary explanation. Finally, read the passage again."

    (saberingles.com.ar)
  • Teach with movies
    "Learning Guides to each recommended film describe the benefits of the movie, possible problems, and helpful background. Discussion questions, bridges to reading, projects and links to the internet are also provided."
    (teachwithmovies.org)

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  • Teaching with Film & Video - with activities :
    Vertigo | Bonnie and Clyde | All the President's Men | Do the Right Thing | Dead Man Walking
    ...
    (eslpartyland.com)

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