The video lesson is built around a prediction game with 5 questions: students have to guess what is going to happen next at five points in the story.
If you're doing this with a projector from your own computer, there are two ways you can work with this video lesson:
1. Interactive play mode: elicit answers from the students, and type in one of them. Click "Continue" and watch what really happens next in the scene. After you've seen the solution, the solution in written form will also pop up.
2. Non-interactive mode: it's the same, except that you don't have to type in any answers.
In my opinion, prediction games work on any level.
I highly recommend it for practising the "be + going to" type future tense. It could be a quick lead-in activity to do grammar practice.
This quiz can be used to complement Kieran Donaghy's lesson on FilmEnglish: http://film-english.com/2011/06/03/lesson-plan-on-money-and-greed/.
The winner of the Filminute film festival in 2009, this is a 1-minute movie with a surprise ending. It features a visibly jaded office worker who is apparently still toiling after everyone's left the office (sorry, can't tell you more, because it would ruin the film).
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