This graphic organiser can be used to analyse the main character in any feature-length film or short film.
ESL Teaching Resources
This graphic organiser is used to help students talk and write about a character from a film.
This graphic organiser is used to help students talk and write about a film they have watched and enjoyed.
This graphic organiser is used to get students talking and writing about their favourite character in a film.
This graphic organiser is used to help students retell a short film they have watched.
This graphic organiser is used to help students summarise a short film or feature-length film they have watched.
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.
This activity sheet encourages students to talk about why they like and dislike characters in a film.
This activity sheet helps students to describe and analyse in-depth the physical appearance of characters in a film.
These 95 generic character analysis questions help English language students understand and talk about the characters they encounter in films and other texts.
This glossary contains definitions of 75 of the most common film words and expressions which will help students to analyse and talk about film more effectively.
This worksheet can be used with any short film or feature-length film, to encourage students to speculate and make predictions about what is going to happen.
This activity sheet helps students to notice and analyse the verb forms, questions, and expressions they come across in a film.
This activity sheet helps English language students analyse and talk about the role sound plays in a short film.