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The Magic Pen - movie talk for French learners
A mysterious package arrives. There's a magic pen inside - but what does it do? And what happens when you're not careful with it? Find out in this movie talk activity for French learners. This item includes a pre and post viewing activity worksheet for students, a teacher instruction page, a story script and an answer key as well as a link to the video. There is also a link to a Textivate page with different activities using the story text.
Alma - movie talk for French learners
A little girl is playing ni the street when she notices a doll that looks exactly like her in a shop window. She wants to get a closer look, but everything tries to thwart her efforts. Will she be able to reach the doll, or will she heed the warnings? This item includes a pre and post viewing activity worksheet for students, a teacher instruction page, a story script and an answer key as well as a link to the video.
Movie Talk - Time to Quit Rehearsing and Call Action! - Srta Spanish
Looking for tips on how to get started with Movie Talk in your Spanish classroom? Check out this blog post with resources, step by step ideas, and video examples of how to do your first MovieTalk in your foreign language classroom! Free resource for a Spanish Movie Talk with weather included! Click to get started on using Movie Talk techniques with your French, Spanish, German, or any foreign language classroom! Perfect for elementary, middle, and high school students!
Ten Awesome Techniques For Movie Talk In The Language Classroom - The Spanish Brew
Movie Talk is a fantastic strategy for giving your students comprehensible input. (In a previous post I outlined how I present it). Maybe you have already used Movie Talk or perhaps you’re thinking about trying it. Curious about how to maximize your efforts? Keep reading...
Mundo de Pepita
How to teach a lesson in Spanish class using a video clip- here is a step by step explanation of how to teach a short video clip in the foreign language classroom. Geared for an elementary classroom, but applicable to all levels. Mundo de Pepita, Resources for Teaching Spanish to Children