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Monsters Inc

pipegallardo November 20, 2017

Task description & scene summary

Pay attention to the body parts. All monsters are different and make sure that you are familiar with their names.
Scene summary:
This scene is about monsters in a Library. Use characters to teach body parts vocabulary and for fun.
Lesson type: Asking about the visuals ("What can/could you see?")
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Copyright license: iSLCollective Copyright License
First published: 2017-11-20, 00:07:20 (GMT+1)

About the author

iSLCollective is a member of The Visual Arts Circle, a community of practice made up of language teaching professionals, teachers, teacher trainers, writers, editors, researchers, designers, illustrators, artists, photographers, and filmmakers, all with a shared belief that visual arts – drawing, painting, sculpture, design, crafts, photography, video, and filmmaking – should have a larger role in language education. Click here to visit the website.

Video quiz questions (printable)

1) How many eyes has Mike got?

  • None
  • two
  • three
  • six
  • one

2) How many eyes has Scott got?

  • None
  • two
  • three
  • five
  • six

3) How many legs has the Librarian got?

  • None
  • two
  • four
  • eight
  • a lot

4) How many heads has Terri got?

  • one
  • two
  • three
  • four

About the author

iSLCollective is a member of The Visual Arts Circle, a community of practice made up of language teaching professionals, teachers, teacher trainers, writers, editors, researchers, designers, illustrators, artists, photographers, and filmmakers, all with a shared belief that visual arts – drawing, painting, sculpture, design, crafts, photography, video, and filmmaking – should have a larger role in language education. Click here to visit the website.

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