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Too, Enough, So & Such Disney Speaking Activity

Too, Enough, So & Such Disney Speaking Activity

An interactive, fun & engaging pairwork speaking activity with Disney (& other) cartoon characters. Target Language: Too, Enough, So & Such ✿ Too + adjective ✿ Adjective + Enough ✿ So + adjectvie + clause ✿ Such + adjectvive + noun + clause
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Disney Too & Enough Speaking Activity

Disney Too & Enough Speaking Activity

A pair work speaking activity with Disney (& other) cartoon characters. Target Language: Too & Enough Too + Adjective Adjective + Enough Instructions: -Divide students into pairs. Place a set of question cards, picture side up, between each pair. -Student A draws the first card and reads the question. -Student B tries to guess the answer, using too and enough -If Student B struggles, Student A can give the hint, which consists of the required adjectives -It is then Student B’s turn to read the question.
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Reading comprehensions Collection

Reading comprehensions Collection

This is a collection of some of my favourite reading comprehension activities, available as a bundle at a heavily discounted price. This will provide enough comprehensions and activities to last for a whole year of guided reading activities, ideally for children in Years 5 and 6.
Richardtownend1978
ESL SPEAKING LESSON - MOVIES

ESL SPEAKING LESSON - MOVIES

ESL speaking lessons are topic based lessons. Each lesson comes with a wide range of activities to ensure sound development of fluency and accuracy of students. Instructions are clear and easy to follow. Activities are easy to implement. They don’t require any extra preparation, just print and go to teach. ESL Speaking Lessons aim to meet CEFR B1/B2 level speaking goals. Therefore, lessons go well with students at these levels. This particular lesson includes following activities: -discussion questions -discussion topics -talking about movie genres writing dialog completion
wordcraft
Essential Skills Literacy Entry Level 3 Practice Booklets

Essential Skills Literacy Entry Level 3 Practice Booklets

3 practice booklets for Essential Skills Literacy (suitable for Entry Level 3). Each booklet has 6 pages of activities similar to those found in the Entry Level 3 assessment. There are 9 questions in each booklet based around topics that are of interest to young people today. The last question in each booklet is a letter-writing task. It is great practice for the assessment but also for general literacy skills as there are opportunities to practise letter-writing, form-filling and dictionary work.
estherbrown1
Black Panther Review: IGCSE Lesson

Black Panther Review: IGCSE Lesson

Detailed lesson for IGCSE looking at how to write a review. The lesson includes: -spelling test -compound adjectives activities summary and true and false exam style questions written task (review)
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Child Beauty Pageants: What Are We Teaching Our Girls? -  Reading Comprehension Worksheet / Text

Child Beauty Pageants: What Are We Teaching Our Girls? - Reading Comprehension Worksheet / Text

This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for higher elementary to proficient ESL learners or native English speakers. The text explores the controversial world of child beauty pageants and the effects of the child star lifestyle on adult development. After carefully reading the text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including comprehension questions a True or False exercise, a fill-in-the-gaps exercise and a fun crossword. The text can be used for vocabulary building purposes. This handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework. A full answer key is included.
MariaPht
AQA GCSE Writing Bundle

AQA GCSE Writing Bundle

Detailed and relatable assessment preparation lesson and range of activities focusing on English Language Paper 1 Question 5. The bundle includes: quiz to test knowledge of writing skills student friendly mark scheme student example independent writing task opportunity for guided self assessment TEN Paper 1 Q5 writing starters which include a success criteria to help guide students’ writing and create more imaginative openings. Sentence structure worksheet to help students vary their use of sentence form for effect
xxnats1989xx
Sentence Structure: Superheroes

Sentence Structure: Superheroes

Worksheet looking at sentence structures. Students will first look at the definitions of simple, compound, complex and minor sentence. They will then have to identify what sentence type has been used in a series of sentences, ending with rewriting a piece of writing using a variation of sentence forms.
xxnats1989xx
ESL Conversation Cards - Quantifiers - Elementary / Play with much/many/any/some!

ESL Conversation Cards - Quantifiers - Elementary / Play with much/many/any/some!

Set of 12 cards to practise using quantifiers such as much/many/any/some in conversation. Great for cutting out the cards and giving them to different teams, or for you to work in small groups, and even for sharing with online students! You could also use the images to make a quick PowerPoint presentation, so much flexibility! Included: 12 jpg elementary level quantifiers question cards. 1 A4 PDF printable file for printing and cutting out the cards in a smaller version. If you enjoy one of my resources, I’d really appreciate it if you left a review :)
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Hobbies & Humour - Conversation Flashcards

Hobbies & Humour - Conversation Flashcards

Thematic discussion questions designed to encourage fluency & confidence in English Ideal to use as an engaging warmer or as a dynamic speaking activity to finish a class. Aimed at adults and teenagers. 1. Print & cut 1 set (double-sided) of flashcards for each pair of students. **2.**Students draw a question card and ask their partner. Encourage students to: • Extend their answers • Elicit more information • Agree / disagree with their partners • Justify their arguments 3. Change pairs 4. Students try and report to their new partner everything they can remember which their old partner has just told them.
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Celebrity & Celebrations - Conversation Flashcards

Celebrity & Celebrations - Conversation Flashcards

Thematic discussion questions designed to encourage fluency & confidence in English Ideal to use as an engaging warmer or as a dynamic speaking activity to finish a class. Aimed at adults and teenagers. 1. Print & cut 1 set (double-sided) of flashcards for each pair of students. **2.**Students draw a question card and ask their partner. Encourage students to: • Extend their answers • Elicit more information • Agree / disagree with their partners • Justify their arguments 3. Change pairs 4. Students try and report to their new partner everything they can remember which their old partner has just told them.
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ESL Conversation Activitiy Bundle 3

ESL Conversation Activitiy Bundle 3

18 x ESL Conversation Activity Worksheets No prep pair-work speaking activities. Topics: 1) Music 2) Nations 3) Neighbours 4) Nature 5) Numbers 6) Personality 7) Politics 8) Religion 9) Routines 10) Science 11) Shopping 12) Sport 13) Technology 14) Television 15) Transport 16) Travel 17) Weather 18) Work Part 1: Photo description & comparison Encourages use of linking terms, connectors and cohesive devices Vocabulary acquisition Part 2: Discussion questions Debates Agree / disagree Advantages / disadvantages Encourages fluency and confidence using English Can be used for a 1-1 speaking class or pair-work activity in a large class Instructions for PART 1: 1) Working with a partner with the same photo (student As with As, Bs with Bs), students attempt to identify the vocabulary in their photo. (alternatively, for low-level students, the teacher can provide students with a vocabulary list and the students label the photo). 2) Change pairs to AB. 3) Student A describes photo while student B listens attentively. 4) Student B describes photo while student A listens attentively. 5) Still without looking at each other’s photos, students attempt to identify 3 differences between their photos. Students may now look at each other’s photos and describe 2-3 differences each. Encourage use of CONNECTORS: Firstly, Secondly, Finally However, On the other hand , Whereas Furthermore, In addition, Moreover Instructions for PART 2 1) Students ask each other the discussion questions. Encourage students to: Extend their answers Elicit more information Agree / disagree with their partners Justify their arguments 2) Students try and report to their new partner everything they can remember which their old partner has just told them. Encourage students to use the questions to guide their memory. GAMIFICATION ALTERNATIVES PROVIDED WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS
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ESL Conversation Activity Bundle 2

ESL Conversation Activity Bundle 2

16 x ESL Conversation Activity Worksheets No prep pair-work speaking activities. Topics: 1) Fashion 2) Feelings 3) Food 4) Future 5) Geography 6) Health 7) History 8) Hobbies 9) Homes 10) Humour 11) Internet 12) Inventions 13) Languages 14) Love 15) Media 16) Money Part 1: Photo description & comparison Encourages use of linking terms, connectors and cohesive devices Vocabulary acquisition Part 2: Discussion questions Debates Agree / disagree Advantages / disadvantages Encourages fluency and confidence using English Can be used for a 1-1 speaking class or pair-work activity in a large class Instructions for PART 1: 1) Working with a partner with the same photo (student As with As, Bs with Bs), students attempt to identify the vocabulary in their photo. (alternatively, for low-level students, the teacher can provide students with a vocabulary list and the students label the photo). 2) Change pairs to AB. 3) Student A describes photo while student B listens attentively. 4) Student B describes photo while student A listens attentively. 5) Still without looking at each other’s photos, students attempt to identify 3 differences between their photos. Students may now look at each other’s photos and describe 2-3 differences each. Encourage use of CONNECTORS: Firstly, Secondly, Finally However, On the other hand , Whereas Furthermore, In addition, Moreover Instructions for PART 2 1) Students ask each other the discussion questions. Encourage students to: Extend their answers Elicit more information Agree / disagree with their partners Justify their arguments 2) Students try and report to their new partner everything they can remember which their old partner has just told them. Encourage students to use the questions to guide their memory. GAMIFICATION ALTERNATIVES PROVIDED WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS
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ESL Conversation Activitiy Bundle 1

ESL Conversation Activitiy Bundle 1

16 x ESL Conversation Activity Worksheets No prep pair-work speaking activities. Topics: 1) Advertising 2) Animals 3) Art 4) Buildings 5) Business 6) Celebrations 7) Childhood 8) Cities 9) Colour 10) Countryside 11) Crime 12) Education 13) Entertainment 14) Environment 15) Fame 16) Family Part 1: Photo description & comparison Encourages use of linking terms, connectors and cohesive devices Vocabulary acquisition Part 2: Discussion questions Debates Agree / disagree Advantages / disadvantages Encourages fluency and confidence using English Can be used for a 1-1 speaking class or pair-work activity in a large class Instructions for PART 1: 1) Working with a partner with the same photo (student As with As, Bs with Bs), students attempt to identify the vocabulary in their photo. (alternatively, for low-level students, the teacher can provide students with a vocabulary list and the students label the photo). 2) Change pairs to AB. 3) Student A describes photo while student B listens attentively. 4) Student B describes photo while student A listens attentively. 5) Still without looking at each other’s photos, students attempt to identify 3 differences between their photos. Students may now look at each other’s photos and describe 2-3 differences each. Encourage use of CONNECTORS: Firstly, Secondly, Finally However, On the other hand , Whereas Furthermore, In addition, Moreover Instructions for PART 2 1) Students ask each other the discussion questions. Encourage students to: Extend their answers Elicit more information Agree / disagree with their partners Justify their arguments 2) Students try and report to their new partner everything they can remember which their old partner has just told them. Encourage students to use the questions to guide their memory. GAMIFICATION ALTERNATIVES PROVIDED WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS
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Television - ESL Conversation Activity

Television - ESL Conversation Activity

No prep pair-work speaking activity. Topic of conversation: TELEVISION Part 1: Photo description & comparison Encourages use of linking terms, connectors and cohesive devices Vocabulary acquisition Part 2: Discussion questions Debates Agree / disagree Advantages / disadvantages Encourages fluency and confidence using English Can be used for a 1-1 speaking class or pair-work activity in a large class Instructions for PART 1: 1) Working with a partner with the same photo (student As with As, Bs with Bs), students attempt to identify the vocabulary in their photo. (alternatively, for low-level students, the teacher can provide students with a vocabulary list and the students label the photo). 2) Change pairs to AB. 3) Student A describes photo while student B listens attentively. 4) Student B describes photo while student A listens attentively. 5) Still without looking at each other’s photos, students attempt to identify 3 differences between their photos. Students may now look at each other’s photos and describe 2-3 differences each. Encourage use of CONNECTORS: Firstly, Secondly, Finally However, On the other hand , Whereas Furthermore, In addition, Moreover Instructions for PART 2 1) Students ask each other the discussion questions. Encourage students to: Extend their answers Elicit more information Agree / disagree with their partners Justify their arguments 2) Students try and report to their new partner everything they can remember which their old partner has just told them. Encourage students to use the questions to guide their memory. GAMIFICATION ALTERNATIVES PROVIDED WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS
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Humour - ESL Conversation Activity

Humour - ESL Conversation Activity

No prep pair-work speaking activity. Topic of conversation: HUMOUR Part 1: Photo description & comparison Encourages use of linking terms, connectors and cohesive devices Vocabulary acquisition Part 2: Discussion questions Debates Agree / disagree Advantages / disadvantages Encourages fluency and confidence using English Can be used for a 1-1 speaking class or pair-work activity in a large class Instructions for PART 1: 1) Working with a partner with the same photo (student As with As, Bs with Bs), students attempt to identify the vocabulary in their photo. (alternatively, for low-level students, the teacher can provide students with a vocabulary list and the students label the photo). 2) Change pairs to AB. 3) Student A describes photo while student B listens attentively. 4) Student B describes photo while student A listens attentively. 5) Still without looking at each other’s photos, students attempt to identify 3 differences between their photos. Students may now look at each other’s photos and describe 2-3 differences each. Encourage use of CONNECTORS: Firstly, Secondly, Finally However, On the other hand , Whereas Furthermore, In addition, Moreover Instructions for PART 2 1) Students ask each other the discussion questions. Encourage students to: Extend their answers Elicit more information Agree / disagree with their partners Justify their arguments 2) Students try and report to their new partner everything they can remember which their old partner has just told them. Encourage students to use the questions to guide their memory. GAMIFICATION ALTERNATIVES PROVIDED WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS
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Hobbies - ESL Conversation Activity

Hobbies - ESL Conversation Activity

No prep pair-work speaking activity. Topic of conversation: HOBBIES Part 1: Photo description & comparison Encourages use of linking terms, connectors and cohesive devices Vocabulary acquisition Part 2: Discussion questions Debates Agree / disagree Advantages / disadvantages Encourages fluency and confidence using English Can be used for a 1-1 speaking class or pair-work activity in a large class Instructions for PART 1: 1) Working with a partner with the same photo (student As with As, Bs with Bs), students attempt to identify the vocabulary in their photo. (alternatively, for low-level students, the teacher can provide students with a vocabulary list and the students label the photo). 2) Change pairs to AB. 3) Student A describes photo while student B listens attentively. 4) Student B describes photo while student A listens attentively. 5) Still without looking at each other’s photos, students attempt to identify 3 differences between their photos. Students may now look at each other’s photos and describe 2-3 differences each. Encourage use of CONNECTORS: Firstly, Secondly, Finally However, On the other hand , Whereas Furthermore, In addition, Moreover Instructions for PART 2 1) Students ask each other the discussion questions. Encourage students to: Extend their answers Elicit more information Agree / disagree with their partners Justify their arguments 2) Students try and report to their new partner everything they can remember which their old partner has just told them. Encourage students to use the questions to guide their memory. GAMIFICATION ALTERNATIVES PROVIDED WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS
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Fame - ESL Conversation Activity

Fame - ESL Conversation Activity

No prep pair-work speaking activity. Topic of conversation: FAME Part 1: Photo description & comparison Encourages use of linking terms, connectors and cohesive devices Vocabulary acquisition Part 2: Discussion questions Debates Agree / disagree Advantages / disadvantages Encourages fluency and confidence using English Can be used for a 1-1 speaking class or pair-work activity in a large class Instructions for PART 1: 1) Working with a partner with the same photo (student As with As, Bs with Bs), students attempt to identify the vocabulary in their photo. (alternatively, for low-level students, the teacher can provide students with a vocabulary list and the students label the photo). 2) Change pairs to AB. 3) Student A describes photo while student B listens attentively. 4) Student B describes photo while student A listens attentively. 5) Still without looking at each other’s photos, students attempt to identify 3 differences between their photos. Students may now look at each other’s photos and describe 2-3 differences each. Encourage use of CONNECTORS: Firstly, Secondly, Finally However, On the other hand , Whereas Furthermore, In addition, Moreover Instructions for PART 2 1) Students ask each other the discussion questions. Encourage students to: Extend their answers Elicit more information Agree / disagree with their partners Justify their arguments 2) Students try and report to their new partner everything they can remember which their old partner has just told them. Encourage students to use the questions to guide their memory. GAMIFICATION ALTERNATIVES PROVIDED WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS
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Entertainment - ESL Conversation Activity

Entertainment - ESL Conversation Activity

No prep pair-work speaking activity. Topic of conversation: ENTERTAINMENT Part 1: Photo description & comparison Encourages use of linking terms, connectors and cohesive devices Vocabulary acquisition Part 2: Discussion questions Debates Agree / disagree Advantages / disadvantages Encourages fluency and confidence using English Can be used for a 1-1 speaking class or pair-work activity in a large class Instructions for PART 1: 1) Working with a partner with the same photo (student As with As, Bs with Bs), students attempt to identify the vocabulary in their photo. (alternatively, for low-level students, the teacher can provide students with a vocabulary list and the students label the photo). 2) Change pairs to AB. 3) Student A describes photo while student B listens attentively. 4) Student B describes photo while student A listens attentively. 5) Still without looking at each other’s photos, students attempt to identify 3 differences between their photos. Students may now look at each other’s photos and describe 2-3 differences each. Encourage use of CONNECTORS: Firstly, Secondly, Finally However, On the other hand , Whereas Furthermore, In addition, Moreover Instructions for PART 2 1) Students ask each other the discussion questions. Encourage students to: Extend their answers Elicit more information Agree / disagree with their partners Justify their arguments 2) Students try and report to their new partner everything they can remember which their old partner has just told them. Encourage students to use the questions to guide their memory. GAMIFICATION ALTERNATIVES PROVIDED WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS
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Advertising - ESL Conversation Activity

Advertising - ESL Conversation Activity

No prep pair-work speaking activity. Topic of conversation: ADVERTISING Part 1: Photo description & comparison Encourages use of linking terms, connectors and cohesive devices Vocabulary acquisition Part 2: Discussion questions Debates Agree / disagree Advantages / disadvantages Encourages fluency and confidence using English Can be used for a 1-1 speaking class or pair-work activity in a large class Instructions for PART 1: 1) Working with a partner with the same photo (student As with As, Bs with Bs), students attempt to identify the vocabulary in their photo. (alternatively, for low-level students, the teacher can provide students with a vocabulary list and the students label the photo). 2) Change pairs to AB. 3) Student A describes photo while student B listens attentively. 4) Student B describes photo while student A listens attentively. 5) Still without looking at each other’s photos, students attempt to identify 3 differences between their photos. Students may now look at each other’s photos and describe 2-3 differences each. Encourage use of CONNECTORS: Firstly, Secondly, Finally However, On the other hand , Whereas Furthermore, In addition, Moreover Instructions for PART 2 1) Students ask each other the discussion questions. Encourage students to: Extend their answers Elicit more information Agree / disagree with their partners Justify their arguments 2) Students try and report to their new partner everything they can remember which their old partner has just told them. Encourage students to use the questions to guide their memory. GAMIFICATION ALTERNATIVES PROVIDED WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS
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Celebrity Child Photo

Celebrity Child Photo

The activity is designed to practice students’ abillity to ask questions and work together as a class.
jtl1203
Bullying , Depression and Mental Health - Reading Comprehension Bundle (SAVE 70%)

Bullying , Depression and Mental Health - Reading Comprehension Bundle (SAVE 70%)

This bundle includes different Reading Comprehension Worksheets suitable for higher intermediate advanced ESL learners. The texts explore the effects of bullying on children and adult psychology and mental health. After carefully reading each informational text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: questions, True or False, gap filling exercises, crosswords, word search exercises, definitions matching exercises and engage in in-depth classroom discussions on topics relevant to each text. The vocabulary used in the texts is rather advanced and can also be used for IGCSE, TOEFL or IELTS vocabulary building purposes. Full answer keys are included.
MariaPht
World Book Day 2018

World Book Day 2018

World Book Day 2018 PowerPoint presentation and quiz that includes: What is World Book Day? Why is it celebrated? Where is it celebrated? Why books are great. What’s your favourite book? Book Quiz: Round 1: Name 6 fictional characters Round 2: Name 5 comic book heroes Round 3: Complete titles of 10 Horrible Histories Round 4: Name 5 more comic book heroes Round 5: Name 6 more fictional characters Round 6: Name another 5 comic book heroes Round 7: Solve the fictional characters’ anagrams Round 8: Complete the book titles Round 9: Name the authors Task sheets and word search
CollEd
Black Panther Review Analysis

Black Panther Review Analysis

Language analysis activity using Blank Panther review. Students identify key features of a film review and the persuasive techniques used. PEE question is also included.
xxnats1989xx
Justice League cover/end-of-unit activity

Justice League cover/end-of-unit activity

An end-of-unit activity that could also work as cover work that I created for a mixed ability Year 9 EAL class. This forms part of their study of characterisation and renewal, and can be done alongside the Justice League movie, or very possibly without.
gudrunbjorg
Vocab: MOVIES! Find Someone Who!

Vocab: MOVIES! Find Someone Who!

Have your students interacting with one another in class! This is a fun Find Someone Who activity! Intermediate students will learn vocabulary about "movies" and, for higher levels, it's a great warm up activity! 2 printable PDFs included (Letter Size and A4 size) If you enjoy one of my resources, I'd really appreciate it if you left a review :)
planwitheve
Batman Irregular Past Simple word search

Batman Irregular Past Simple word search

This is not only a word search. Pupils / Students will have to help Batman and Superman save Gotham City. In order to do so, they will have to find 15 verbs in the past simple in the grid and then write it down next to the verb which is at the infinitive. This activity will be differentiated in three different levels. There will also be an extension activity. An homework activity is also included within this resource. It is fun. It is easy to use and students loved it.
stephane_narcis1
Superheroes Starter activity

Superheroes Starter activity

This is a starter activity which is about Superheroes. This handout can be used in an EFL / ESL class as well as French and any other modern languages. I am also using differentiation in this activity. Enjoy.
stephane_narcis1
AVENGERS word search

AVENGERS word search

Students / Pupils can do this activity after they will have studied super heroes. It can easily be adapter for a French or EFL / ESL class.
stephane_narcis1
Movies - Adjectives

Movies - Adjectives

Great ESL resource for triggering conversations about movies, reviewing or learning new vocabulary. Which ones are positive/negative? Let's think of example movies for each one! Please leave a review if you download and enjoy using this resource :)
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Movie Genres List - Free resource!

Movie Genres List - Free resource!

A list of the most common movie genres to trigger conversations about movies and review vocabulary with your students, hope you enjoy it! Please leave a review if you download and enjoy using this resource :)
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Media Language Typography

Media Language Typography

Title of lesson: Typography Tasks include a range of differentiated activities (with A* challenge), such as a do now, main activity, practice exam question, self/peer assessment task, homework task.  OUTSTANDING LESSON PRODUCED BY A PEARSON TEACHING AWARD SILVER MEDAL WINNER I taught the lesson in a 3 part series, but can equally be taught in 1 lesson or 2 depending on the ability of your students and the detail you wish to go into. This is part of a year long scheme of work that can be used for GCSE, AS or A Level Media Studies. This resource has and can be taught to year 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13’s. It has received very positive feedback from staff and students. This lesson The learning objective: To define, apply and evaluate Typography. The learning journey: Can I outline Typography? , Can I apply Typography? Can I evaluate Typography? The lesson covers: Typography, Text style, Font, Typeface, Size, Leading, Tracking and Kerning, Justified, Hierarchy and Scale, Point, X-height, Set width, Vertical space, Narrow Kerning, Large Kerning, Left aligned, Right aligned, Centre aligned, Justified text, Headings, Sub-Headings, Colour, Spacing, Weight, Serif, Sans Serif, Script, Stem, Serifs, Bar, Curve, Continuous Curve, Aperture, Ear, Hairline, Diacritical, Loop, Tittle, Free Font Website. Students love it and make good progress and the progress steps are clearly defined. The final task is an example of a past paper exam question.  There is also a homework slide attached. 26 slide PowerPoint. More like 3 lessons in one! I strive to improve my resources so any feedback really appreciated. I hope you enjoy teaching this lesson as much as I did.
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Media Language - Short Film Production

Media Language - Short Film Production

Title of lesson: Short FIlms Tasks include a range of differentiated activities (with A* challenge), such as a do now, main activity, practice exam question, self/peer assessment task, homework task.  OUTSTANDING LESSON PRODUCED BY A PEARSON TEACHING AWARD SILVER MEDAL WINNER I taught the lesson in a 3 part series, but can equally be taught in 1 lesson or 2 depending on the ability of your students and the detail you wish to go into. This is part of a year long scheme of work that can be used for GCSE, AS or A Level Media Studies. This resource has and can be taught to year 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13’s. It has received very positive feedback from staff and students. This lesson: The learning objective: To define, apply and evaluate Short Films. The learning journey: Can I outline Short Films?, Can I apply Short Films?, Can I evaluate Short Films? The lesson covers: Short film, Feature film, Shorter the better, Keep practicalities in mind, Make it visual, Engage the reader, Beware of Cliches, Find single moments, Tell a story, Golden rules of scriptwriting, Hook, Audience satisfied, Gratification, Stereotypes, Protagonist, Story (Conflict that has to be resolved), Compelling story. Students love it and make good progress and the progress steps are clearly defined. The final task is an example of a past paper exam question.  There is also a homework slide attached. 16 Slide PowerPoint. More like 3 lessons in one! I strive to improve my resources so any feedback really appreciated. I hope you enjoy teaching this lesson as much as I did.
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Media Language Film Openings

Media Language Film Openings

Title of lesson: Film Openings Tasks include a range of differentiated activities (with A* challenge), such as a do now, main activity, practice exam question, self/peer assessment task, homework task.  OUTSTANDING LESSON PRODUCED BY A PEARSON TEACHING AWARD SILVER MEDAL WINNER I taught the lesson in a 3 part series, but can equally be taught in 1 lesson or 2 depending on the ability of your students and the detail you wish to go into. This is part of a year long scheme of work that can be used for GCSE, AS or A Level Media Studies. This resource has and can be taught to year 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13’s. It has received very positive feedback from staff and students. This lesson: The learning objective: To define, apply and evaluate Film Openings. The learning journey: Can I outline Film Openings?, Can I apply Film Openings?, Can I evaluate Film Openings? The lesson covers: Film openings, Film title sequence, Cold opening, Accompanying music, Scene of action, Opening credits, Opening titles, Tone, Film world, Audience, Stage, Genre, Characters, Themes Topics, Landscape, Title, Cast, Crew, Title only, Credits, Trend, Saul Bass, Students love it and make good progress and the progress steps are clearly defined. The final task is an example of a past paper exam question.  There is also a homework slide attached. 15 Slide PowerPoint. More like 3 lessons in one! I strive to improve my resources so any feedback really appreciated. I hope you enjoy teaching this lesson as much as I did.
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Media Language Film Websites

Media Language Film Websites

Title of lesson: Film Website Tasks include a range of differentiated activities (with A* challenge), such as a do now, main activity, practice exam question, self/peer assessment task, homework task.  OUTSTANDING LESSON PRODUCED BY A PEARSON TEACHING AWARD SILVER MEDAL WINNER I taught the lesson in a 3 part series, but can equally be taught in 1 lesson or 2 depending on the ability of your students and the detail you wish to go into. This is part of a year long scheme of work that can be used for GCSE, AS or A Level Media Studies. This resource has and can be taught to year 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13’s. It has received very positive feedback from staff and students. This lesson: The learning objective: To define, apply and evaluate Film Website designs. The learning journey: Can I outline Film Website designs?, Can I apply Film Website designs?, Can I evaluate Film Website designs? The lesson covers: Denotation, Connotation, Media Products, Target Audience, Promotion, Advertising, Marketing strategies, Media Product, Title, Conventions, Big Bold, Clear, Actors, Genre, Colours, Brand, Genre, Typography, Style, Text, Images, Brand, Typography, Attention, Interest, Desire, Action, Plot, Iconography, Interest, Mainstream, Niche audience, Lasting appeal, Formats, Recognizability, Critical acclaim, Reviews, Tagline, Website, Homepage, Subpages, Responsive design, Minimalism, User-Friendly, Personalized use experience, Extraordinary content, Unique navigation, Blair Witch Project, Viral, Budget, Gross, Marketing campaign, Convention. Students love it and make good progress and the progress steps are clearly defined. The final task is an example of a past paper exam question.  There is also a homework slide attached. 21 Slide PowerPoint. More like 3 lessons in one! I strive to improve my resources so any feedback really appreciated. I hope you enjoy teaching this lesson as much as I did.
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Media Language Film Posters

Media Language Film Posters

Title of lesson: Film Poster Tasks include a range of differentiated activities (with A* challenge), such as a do now, main activity, practice exam question, self/peer assessment task, homework task.  OUTSTANDING LESSON PRODUCED BY A PEARSON TEACHING AWARD SILVER MEDAL WINNER I taught the lesson in a 3 part series, but can equally be taught in 1 lesson or 2 depending on the ability of your students and the detail you wish to go into. This is part of a year long scheme of work that can be used for GCSE, AS or A Level Media Studies. This resource has and can be taught to year 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13’s. It has received very positive feedback from staff and students. This lesson: The learning objective: To define, apply and evaluate Film Poster designs. The learning journey: Can I outline Film Poster designs? Can I apply Film Poster designs? Can I evaluate Film Poster designs? The lesson covers: Film Poster, Denotation, Connotation, Media Products, Target Audience, Promotion, Advertising, Marketing strategies, Media Product, Title, Conventions, Big Bold, Clear, Actors, Genre, Colours, Brand, Genre, Typography, Style, Text, Images, Brand, Typography, Attention, Interest, Desire, Action, Plot, Iconography, Interest, Mainstream, Niche audience, Lasting appeal, Formats, Recognizability, Critical acclaim, Reviews, Tag-line. Students love it and make good progress and the progress steps are clearly defined. The final task is an example of a past paper exam question.  There is also a homework slide attached. 18 Slide PowerPoint. More like 3 lessons in one! I strive to improve my resources so any feedback really appreciated. I hope you enjoy teaching this lesson as much as I did.
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Media Language Post Production Sound

Media Language Post Production Sound

Title of lesson: Post Production Sound Tasks include a range of differentiated activities (with A* challenge), such as a do now, main activity, practice exam question, self/peer assessment task, homework task.  OUTSTANDING LESSON PRODUCED BY A PEARSON TEACHING AWARD SILVER MEDAL WINNER I taught the lesson in a 3 part series, but can equally be taught in 1 lesson or 2 depending on the ability of your students and the detail you wish to go into. This is part of a year long scheme of work that can be used for GCSE, AS or A Level Media Studies. This resource has and can be taught to year 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13’s. It has received very positive feedback from staff and students. This lesson: The learning objective: To define, apply and evaluate Post Production Sound in film. The learning journey: Can I outline Post Production Sound? Can I apply Post Production Sound? Can I evaluate Post Production Sound? The lesson covers: Post Production Sound, Diegetic, Non-diegetic, Sound effects, Music, Spoken word, Dialogue, Pitch, Tempo, High-pitched sounds, Low-pitched sounds, Silence, Soundtracks, Composer, John Williams, Emotional responses, Overture for a movie, Foreshadow upcoming events, Build tension and suspense, Shape ethnic, cultural context, Voiceovers, Subtext, Randy Thom, Sound Designer. Students love it and make good progress and the progress steps are clearly defined. The final task is an example of a past paper exam question.  There is also a homework slide attached. 20 slide PowerPoint. More like 3 lessons in one! I strive to improve my resources so any feedback really appreciated. I hope you enjoy teaching this lesson as much as I did.
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