Comparative adjectives (Kung Fu Panda)

Learning5 October 13, 2020
HELPING LEARNERS USE CHUNKS COMMUNICATIVELY

 

In this video we talk about how we can help our students use chunks communicatively - we share 4 ideas that have worked well for us in the classroom. We’re using an interactive video quiz in one of our ideas, which you can find here.

Enjoy!

Anna Csíky

iSLCollective teacher trainer

Task description & scene summary

Task description:
Watch the video carefully and identify the differences between these two characters.
Scene summary:
Shifu found the way to train to Po, so that he become in the dragon's warrior.
Video length: 1 minute 30 seconds
Lesson type: Grammar practice
Student types:
Copyright license: Creative Commons Attribution License
First published: 2020-10-13, 23:57:04 (GMT+1)
About the author

KIERAN DONAGHY ABOUT ISLCOLLECTIVE VIDEO QUIZZES:

"iSLCollective Interactive Video Quizzes are highly engaging and motivating multimodal texts for English language students to learn vocabulary and improve their listening skills. They are the perfect complement to the creative and innovative lesson plans on Film English."

Kieran Donaghy,
Creator of FilmEnglish.com, a site with hundreds of high quality, free ESL/EFL lesson plans created around short films

Video quiz questions (printable)

1) Who is bigger?

  • Panda is bigger than Shifu.
  • Shiffu is bigger than Panda.

2) Who is smaller?

Fill the gap: Shifu is ________________________ than Po. (small)

3) Po is ____________ Shifu. (fat = big)

  • fatter than
  • fatter
  • fat than

4) Who is faster?

Fill the gap: Shifu is ________________________ Po. (fast)

5) Who is more intelligent?

  • Panda is more intelligent than Shifu.
  • Shifu is more intelligent than Panda.

6) Who is thinner? (thin = slim)

  • Shifu is thinner than Panda.
  • Panda is thinner than Shifu.

7) Now, Panda is______________.

  • faster.
  • slower.

About the author

KIERAN DONAGHY ABOUT ISLCOLLECTIVE VIDEO QUIZZES:

"iSLCollective Interactive Video Quizzes are highly engaging and motivating multimodal texts for English language students to learn vocabulary and improve their listening skills. They are the perfect complement to the creative and innovative lesson plans on Film English."

Kieran Donaghy,
Creator of FilmEnglish.com, a site with hundreds of high quality, free ESL/EFL lesson plans created around short films

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ClauCosta
2021-07-20 23:33:35
Thanks. Great activity.