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“Tell me” questions

The "Tell me" approach  is a ‘filmtalk’ strategy which involves individuals thinking about films, sharing their ideas with a group, and listening and responding to what others think. It can be used to help students think and talk about any films  that students have viewed.  

10 Things I Can’t Live Without

This ESL lesson plan is designed around a short video titled 10 Things Jeremy Allen White Can't Live Without and the theme of essential objects. Students write and talk about objects they couldn’t live without, write a paragraph about the life and character of another student, predict the content of a short video, watch a short video, complete viewing notes, talk and write about the life and character of a famous actor, analyse a short video and reflect on the lesson.

1917

A 29-page Extensive Viewing guide to the Oscar-winning film 1917 starring George MacKay, Dean-Charles Chapman, Colin Firth and Benedict Cumberbatch for English language students who want to learn English through watching films. The guide will help students improve their English vocabulary, listening comprehension, pronunciation and speaking.

20 Signs You’re Emotionally Mature

This ESL lesson plan is designed around a short video titled 20 Signs You're Emotionally Mature and the theme of emotional maturity. Students learn vocabulary related to emotional maturity, talk about emotional maturity, predict the content of a short video, watch a short video, make notes, analyse a short video, perform a roleplay and reflect on the lesson.

29 Ways to Stay Creative

This ESL lesson plan is designed around a short video titled 29 Ways to Stay Creative by To-fu and the theme of creativity. Students learn vocabulary related to creativity, talk about creativity, discuss what they do to be creative, watch a short video, discuss a short video and reflect on the lesson.

3 Keys to Success for Children from Tough Backgrounds

This ESL lesson plan is designed around a short video titled 3 Keys to Success for Young People and the theme of disadvantaged children. Students learn vocabulary related to disadvantaged children, talk about disadvantaged children, predict the content of a short video, watch a short video, answer comprehension questions, analyse a short video, write questions to ask the narrator of a video and reflect on the lesson.

3 tips on how to study effectively

This ESL lesson plan is designed around a short video titled 3 tips on how to study effectively and the themes of studying, and how the brain learns and stores information. Students learn vocabulary related to studying, and how the brain learns and stores information, talk about studying and study tips, predict the content of a short video, watch a short video, complete viewing notes, analyse a short video, write about a short video, perform a roleplay and reflect on the lesson.

365 Grateful

This ESL lesson plan is designed around a short video titled 365 Grateful by Hailey Bartholomew and the theme of gratitude. Students write and talk about what they are grateful for, watch a short video about gratitude, answer comprehension questions, discuss a short video, plan a gratitude project and reflect on the lesson.

7 Things You Can Do to Make a Relationship Work

This ESL lesson plan is designed around a short video titled 7 Things You Can Do to Make a Relationship Work and the theme of romantic relationships. Students learn vocabulary related to personal qualities and romantic relationships, talk about romantic relationships, predict the content of a short video, watch a short video, answer comprehension questions, […]