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Task Description
Students will unscramble short sentences, fill in gaps, and revise about pantomime
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Scene summary
A student learns how to mime from a pro, Bill Bowers and he is a mime, He lives in New York City and performs and teaches mime and physical theater
Video length
2 minutes 33 seconds
Video genre
Tutorials, how-to & educational videos
Language goals
listening
Listening comprehension
Other pedagogical goals
Level
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Pre-intermediate (A2)
Student type
This resource is intended for:High schoolers, Adults
high-school
High schoolers
adults
Adults
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This resource does not contain any images, words or ideas that would upset a reasonable person in any culture.
Copyright license
This resource is licensed by Lanaelf38 under the iSLCollective Copyright License.
Upload date
17/10/2021
Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Fill the gap.
so practice that for aboutmonths, yeah, we'llup again.
2. Fill the gap.
My name is Bill Bowers and I am a mime I lived in New, York City andand teach mime and physical theater.
3. Fill the gap.
And just imagine that right in front of us both aappears, imaginary wall and you're going toit with your eyes.
4. Fill the gap.
Yeah, and when youthe wall, it hastoo.
5. Unmix the sentence.
Yeah,
it's
like
a
real
wall.
6. Fill the gap.
So, this is another part of fundamental of pantomime, which is called fixed point,that's fixed in space.
7. Fill the gap.
So one part of your body like youris stuck in space, but the rest of your body is completely
8. Unmix the sentence.
Look
at
that
here,
Mr
Mime.
9. Fill the gap.
Where the two things comeis an illusion
10. Choose the correct options.
Your imagination meets theirs and together you create ...
a city
a play
an object
a scene
11. Fill the gap.
Allare basically just dots, they're just pieces of
12. Guess the end.
You have two points of energy. Is the space between them very important?
13. Fill the gap.
Yeah, youmove them
14. Fill the gap.
so as we practice this onewe might look at is now incorporating your wrist.
15. Choose the correct options.
The key point in this exercise is ...
your head
your wrist
your arm
your neck
16. Choose the correct options.
Angular movements of wrists are called ...
space
levels
flexion
tension
17. Unmix the sentence.
I'm
trying
to
just
isolate
it
down
to
my
hands.
18. Fill the gap.
it's completely a
19. Fill the gap.
You have anand two actors and you can write abased on that
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