Find many downloads/worksheets/videos by using the Movies or Film tag and looking under a particular video. Most of these film clips can be downloaded in our file directory. Also many more under the "movie resources" tag.
Here's the first, a full set of activities for the movie BIG. Almost a full course can be done with this one movie! It's timeless...
Some more movie materials... Watch the whole BIG movie and use with the coursebook.
The Life of Brian has lots of great scenes to use for teaching English. Here is one of them - The Haggle Scene.
Here is the updated BIG movie booklet. I'll have a pdf soon with hyperlinks. For now, just use the word doc and click to go to the scenes/videos.
This goes with the video in our directory - Best Movie Lines. Nice worksheet for students.
Thank you for the materials; are they based on the trailer only or the sts would have to watch the whole film? I couldnt find the film on your web, and the trailer on Youtube would not allow the sts to complete all activities (ie. comprehension questions True/false)
You'll have to rent the movie or buy the DVD (BIG). That's the only way / place I know to get it. You might be able to find it streamed online but I wouldn't recommend this method because it wouldn't be reliable for playing.
However, you can find many of the scenes on Youtube and the pdf links to some of them - so you can use these scenes for parts of the materials.
This is a nice worksheet that goes with this video- Mistakes in movies. Watch without sound and ask students to find the mistake and write it down. Then watch with sound and check the answers.
this is the braveheart speech. Find the video HERE.
Famous scene from Fiddler On The Roof. - Do You Love Me?
Perfect for 2 students to practice a dialogue. Film here.
Here is a nice worksheet to use with the Top 30 Movie Lines video.
There are a number of ways to use it.
1. Cut up and as students listen, they put the quotes in order, search for the quote.
2. Before watching the video, get students to cut it up and match movies with quotes, then watch and order the lines.