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We are now in our 3rd edition of "Site of the Day"! Hundreds of the best sites for teaching/learning. See #1 and…Continue

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ABCs - Alphabet Resources or Ideas?

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I guess the alphabet is our bread and butter.Got any good ideas for teaching it or using it…Continue

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I was wondering what you all thought of learning designs pertaining to English language teaching? What are the ways in which you design your lessons to achieve better learning in your students?Continue

A NEW way to teach PHRASAL VERBS so that your students understand and remember them

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Find in this discussion, all Materials related to full length movies.

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.

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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... 

More lessons related to films can be found on our Video Lessons site or in our Video / Audio category of resources.

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Here is the mp3 and the movie speech of Dilios' from the movie 300.  Very inspiring for your teens and young adults! See the video here.


Here is the Five Easy Pieces dialog Goes with the video here (transcripts) and here (no transcripts). 

Great practice for students, language AND acting. 


Here is a transcript for the dialog from the famous Pulp Fiction scene - Big Mac Lots of great language but beware , a few improper words. 


This job interview scene is great!  From the Pursuit of Happyness.  Use this sequencing activity.  

1. Handout the questions and have students cut them out, mix up and turn over. 

2. Watch the movie scene

3. Have students order the questions. 

4. Watch again with the questions covered.  a

5. Have them recheck their answers. 

6. Finally go through and pause after each question, showing the proper sequence. 


Here is a transcript of the movie - Scent Of A Woman, the famous Al Pacino speech. 

Also, a nice little Guess The Movie activity. 


Love Sick is a great short video to use in the language classroom.


A nice dialog to use with students in class - by the Marx Brothers. Swordfish.  Use with the kinetic typography video. 


ABCinema is a great video presentation. Get your students to try and guess the films and the lines from the film. Here's a wordle with the answers + cheat sheet. 


This little video Love Sick has some great language for teaching. A nice narrative and here's the transcript to use, cut up, edit for teaching. 


Not Sure is a wonderful dialog that students can practice - from the movie "Idiocracy".  Here's the transcript. 


This Seinfeld clip is great. 

Here's a nice transcript and listening activity students can do. Get them to guess the words in the blanks before and get familiar with the scene. Then watch and check. Lastly, practice and perform the dialog for the class. 


The "running" scene from Forrest Gump is a classic. Use with this handy worksheet...  Get the full scene HERE. 

Full movie transcript here.


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