Past Tenses Video Activity - Short Film Description

EnglishThroughVideos 2017-03-22 06:13:58
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This worksheet is designed to be used with a YouTube video. It helps learners practise the use of past tenses to describe what happened in a short film. Play the video using this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=265FwMPSUSw

It is writing activity, although it can also be done as a speaking task.After watching each clip, the students are given a number of verbs which help describe the story. The students must change the verbs into past tense forms and write a brief description of each scene.

Disclaimer:
This is an award-winning short film. I do not own the copyright. The footage is being used under the "fair usage" policy as it is for educational use only and for non-profit. Should the copyright owners wish me to remove the video, I will be happy to do so.
Find more about the amazing film and how it was made at these links: http://www.oktapodi.com/makingof/ http://www.oktapodi.com/index.html

This downloadable printable is recommended for at Advanced (C1), Elementary (A1), Intermediate (B1), Pre-intermediate (A2) and Upper-intermediate (B2) level. It is a useful material for revising Past continuous (progressive) tense, Past simple tense, Past simple vs continuous tense and Verb tenses in English, and is useful for strengthening your pupils' Writing skills. It focuses on the vocabulary topic of Actions and Describing people.
Copyright License: This file is licensed by EnglishThroughVideos under the iSLCollective Copyright License

Upload date: 2017-03-22 06:13:58

Author: EnglishThroughVideos

from Singapore

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