Suitable for any movie, any subject + suggestions for use and differentiation;
For copyright-reasons I cannot publish (for free or for a price) any work books which contain any names, pictures, even titles relating to any particular movies.
Therefore I created this work book to include many of the tasks which I have given my students over the years. The majority of films I have shown throughout my career have been in the French or German language. Therefore, I am including a French and a German version as well as an English version of the work book. Feel free to switch and swap the tasks as you may like to offer your students a mixture of English and either French or German depending on your subject and on their level of language.
Pages can stand alone as individual work sheets as long as you remove the numbers from the tasks.
All of the tasks assume that you, as the teacher, have watched the movie prior to showing it to and discussing it with your students. Please bear in mind that since this is merely a generic work book, you will have to complete several of the sections in order to direct the tasks at your chosen movie.
I have tried to make any adjustments easy for you in the following ways:
• by providing the work books in two size formats, i.e. A4 and letter format
• by providing you with the Microsoft Word version of the work book as well as a pdf version
• by providing this booklet full of suggestions for adjustments, use and differentiation
• by presenting tasks in easy to complete tables, ready to receive and centre your written or illustrative content
• by including the same work book in 3 languages so that you may switch English tasks in for comprehension if you are teaching French or German and for differentiation if your students need to put comprehension before language.
I hope you and your students enjoy this work book :)