Adjectives-class level students

GalHartman June 18, 2019

Using screenshots to predict content - How to teach English using videos EP03

In this episode we will be showing you how screenshots taken from a video can be used to generate interest and get students to predict the content. Checking their ideas against what they later hear and see in the video can also function as a great first listening task. 

We’re using two amazing short videos in the tutorial, both of which we found at Kieran Donaghy's popular Film English site: Fear of Flying and 5 things every presenter needs to know about people . Also download this and this accompanying worksheet we've made. :) 

Anna Csíky, iSLCollective Teacher Trainer

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Task description & scene summary

Task description:
choose the best adjective to fill in the sentences. There is only one right answe.
Scene summary:
A young man finds out his love is no longer interested in him. Heart-broken, he realizes that love can surprise and come from unexpected places.
Video length: 3 minutes 44 seconds
Video genre: Short film (animated or with human actors)
Lesson type: Grammar practice
Student types:
Copyright license: Creative Commons Attribution License
First published: 2019-06-18, 08:36:46 (GMT+1)

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Video quiz questions (printable)

1) Boy: "I felt see her, but she didn't love me anymore."

  • excited
  • exciting
  • tired
  • tiring

2) Boy: "I was so....."

  • embarrassing
  • exhausted
  • disappointed
  • confusing

3) The grandmother see her grandaughter

  • excited
  • embarassed
  • confused
  • disappointed

4) Boy: "OMG, It was...."

  • embarassed
  • embarassing
  • confusing
  • tired

5) The girl was..... because of the noise

  • shocked
  • shocking
  • amused
  • depressed

6) His love for her he decided to be with her no matter what.

  • enormous
  • exciting
  • tiny
  • amusing

7) Girl: "I believe he is a"

  • boring
  • confusing
  • fascinating
  • terrifying

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