Murder Mystery 2 - Video Based Interactive Story

Murder Mystery 2 - Video Based Interactive Story

My second fun and engaging interactive murder mystery that can be adapted for any student grade. The focus of this one is on witness observation and deduction from visual and aural clues within the story. This resource can be used to practice a variety of different skills, including the basics of listening, writing, vocabulary and grammar or more advanced skills such as use of inference and critical thinking. Great for regular writing classes, group work, homework assignment or a fun fill in class. The main advantage of this resource is that the teacher can mix and match the materials outlined below to work with any class. There are materials for print only, display (slideshow), multimedia classrooms, or student iPad/laptop use. This gives the teacher the flexibility to make a lesson adapted to not just the age or level of the class, but the available technology as well. In addition, there are teacher explanations for each resource. The materials include: 1. The story video. This is an animated story about a group of 6 people attending a house party to celebrate the owner's purchase of a new painting. There is a blackout and one person will die. The students will watch and listen to find clues as to what happened to the victim and deduce the identity of the murderer. 2. A student task sheet consisting of 8 pages in PDF, containing and outline of the story, resources for recording the timeline and suspect movements, the murder scene, suspect motives, story cards and print for essay writing. 3. A set of separate motive cards with pictures of the suspects. In color and black and white. 4. The same suspect motives as a short movie. This is available as an online video. It can be used where listening is the focus of the lesson. 5. A separate worksheet for new vocabulary for those students that need it. 6. A 12 page PDF explanation resource for teachers. 7. As of November 2017 have added a small video of the suspect motives to this, along with a promo Youtube video of part of the movie. Altogether this resource contains 34 pages in PDF. If you've enjoyed this resource please take a look at my best selling product; Murder Mystery - Video Based Interactive Detective Story This is also part of a 3 part Murder Mystery Bundle; Murder Mystery Activities for All Levels
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Murder Mystery - Video Based Interactive Detective Story

Murder Mystery - Video Based Interactive Detective Story

An interactive multi-media murder mystery for groups of students that is both engaging and designed to be adapted to any grade. Following the classic manor house mystery genre, the materials here can be used with students of any level for a variety of different skills, including the basics of listening, writing, vocabulary and grammar or more advanced skills such as use of inference and critical thinking. Great for regular writing classes, group work, homework assignment or a fun fill in class. The main advantage of this resource is that the teacher can mix and match the materials outlined below to work with any class. There are materials for print only, display (slideshow), multimedia classrooms, or student iPad/laptop use. This gives the teacher the flexibility to make a lesson adapted to not just the age or level of the class, but the available technology as well. In addition, there are teacher explanations for each resource. Included: 1. Six short online videos that can be accessed via PDF print links. One of these is of the murder scene. The other five are suspect alibis. 2. An PDF slideshow that outlines the background to the murder of Mr. John Sanders. It has a link to a short animated video of the murder along with an introduction to the 5 suspects in the house and the clues and evidence found at the crime scene. 3. A plan of the crime scene. (PDF) 4. A useful vocabulary task sheet for use with reading or writing a murder mystery. (PDF) 5. A teacher and student version of an interactive suspect and timeline PDF task sheet. The teacher version can be used in a multi-media classroom or internet connected screen. The student version can be printed out, or used on student iPads. Both versions have interactive links to videos of suspect alibis and space for notes on a timeline and connecting evidence. 6. Task sheets (PDF) for each of the five suspects that contain a facial image and sections for notes on alibi and motive for each. There are 4 different versions of this for Teacher, younger, older and ESL students. Instructions on use are provided for each. 7. A set of 5 A4 size color images of the suspects that contain Q codes that students can use to access the online video alibis of each suspect. 8. A separate 5 suspect set of motives that can be printed on the reverse of the Q code image cards. 9. A two page comic book extension that can be used with higher level students to demonstrate their writing skills. Each comic displays one of the suspects as the murderer and has sections for students to draw and write in. Great for inference or critical thinking skills. 10. Printable murder alibi cards. 11. Answer key. #63 PDF pages Similar lesson Murder Mystery 2-Video Story-The Art of Murder
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Jekyll and Hyde Parts 1 and 2 - Video, Comic and Worksheet Pack

Jekyll and Hyde Parts 1 and 2 - Video, Comic and Worksheet Pack

Here are the first two videos of my Jekyll and Hyde series included in one pack at a discount of 30%. These are animated movie adaptations of the book and as in most such cases they do not adhere strictly to the original work. I made them with the idea of using different media as a comparison to the Robert Louis Stevenson work. More details of each can be found at each of the individual product pages which are still available as single resources. The movie and comic book style script included her are a fun and engaging way of introducing students to this classic gothic horror story. The materials included would be ideal for bringing the story to younger learners or students of ESL As well as the videos, of these resources also include; 1. Two comic book style versions of the movie script in PDF. One in colour which can be used for presentation purposes by the teacher or on students devices such as notebook computers or iPads. The other is BW for easier printing. Both comic books also include writing and question tasks at the end of the story. 2. A PDF worksheet for students to practice some of the vocabulary which may be new to them. This also includes a separate answer print. 3. A teacher explanation outlining the purpose and uses of the video and comic book and also containing the answers to the questions on the comic book. Total number of pages for this product is 29 (PDF comics and worksheets) Similar video lessons I have produced include; Jekyll and Hyde Video - Part 1 Jekyll and Hyde Video - Part 2
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Christmas Creative Writing: Santa Claus and the Penguin Caper

Christmas Creative Writing: Santa Claus and the Penguin Caper

This Christmas writing activity is a fun and engaging way of helping students to develop their narrative writing skills. There are eight writing prompts based around the idea that the penguins are making trouble for Santa on the eight days up to Christmas Day. The prompts can be used individually or as one long story to be completed by groups. It is designed to be easily adaptable to class size and ability and can be used with students working alone, in pairs, or right up to groups of eight. There are both color and black and white versions for easy printing. All versions are in PDF so it is possible to use them in pdf read/write apps on student devices too. Included are; 1. CrosswordPuzzle–32 seasonal words (color and bw) 2. WordSearch–32 seasonal words (color and bw) 3. Picture prompts(8each in color and bw) 4. Student instructions print 5. Teacher instructions print #Altogether 25 PDF pages All of the images used in this resource are from the free image site Pixabay.
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A Year of Bento - Lunchbox Photos for Educational Use

A Year of Bento - Lunchbox Photos for Educational Use

In Japan there is a tradition that the mothers of children of kindergarten age provide their children with a lunchbox two or three times a week to take with them to school. Usually, these are made early in the morning along with breakfast. A lot of effort goes into making a tasty, nutritious and visually appealing meal that will be put into a small lunchbox called a ‘bento’, which is then wrapped in a colorful cloth napkin. The images in this pack can be used with classes of all ages and backgrounds, and in different ways according to the teacher’s skills and inclinations. Following is a list of the contents and some possible uses. 1. A set of 50 high quality JPEG images that can be printed out for use in games and tasks of many kinds. 2. A 14 page PDF document of the same images grouped into sets of 4 that can be used for bingo, matching or comparison type games. 3. A Powerpoint 14 slide presentation of the same 4 grouped images for demonstration purposes, or classroom quizzes. There are sample questions in the notes section of each slide, which are aimed at kindergarten/elementary level, but can be altered to suit the level of the class. 4. A Keynote presentation for Mac or iPad users, which contains the same 14 slides and information as the Powerpoint. All the images in this pack are copyrighted for personal and educational use.
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Elements of Gothic Horror for iPad - Augmented Reality Lesson

Elements of Gothic Horror for iPad - Augmented Reality Lesson

This is a short augmented reality lesson using iPads for learning the elements of Gothic horror. Students will use their iPads and a set of trigger images to find a set of fun videos that outline the major elements of a typical gothic horror story. For this lesson, students must have use of an iPad, wifi enabled classroom and have installed the free augmented reality app 'Aurasma'. The lesson contains; 1. Nine black and white jpg trigger images that can be printed up to B4 size. 2. Four page student print containing instructions on how to download and install the Aurasma app and use it. Also note taking and writing page for the lesson along with a brief history of Gothic Horror with links to important works in the genre. 3. Four page teacher print containing same as the student print plus answers and instructions for teachers. These materials are also included in the 'Gothic Horror - A Multi Media Introduction' product also available in TES my store. Gothic Horror Elements - A Multimedia Introduction
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Shackleton and the Endurance - Keynote

Shackleton and the Endurance - Keynote

Keynote is presentation software similar to Powerpoint that is produced by Apple Computer and can be used on a Mac or iPad. Be aware that this is the latest version (2014). Please download the preview if you are unsure if it will work on your computer. This lesson is an overview of the story of Ernest Shackleton and the crew of the Endurance during their two years trapped in the wilderness of the Antarctic. The story is told with the aid of a timeline of the expedition in the medium of a Keynote - similar to a Powerpoint presentation but a lot more versatile! There is a need in literature and social studies classes to evaluate content presented in diverse media and formats including visually and aurally. This Keynote Presentation is an engaging way of reaching this standard. The lesson contains; 1. A Keynote which contains 21 slides that tell the story visually, with humorous speech bubbles, and full narration. There is also a short quiz and the last part contains a short online video of a journal entry from a fictional member of the crew. The Keynote can be used by a teacher using a computer or iPad connected to a TV, electronic blackboard or projector. Alternatively, it can be used directly on student's iPads as a self study resource similar to an e-book. 2. A pdf file of materials to use with students, including a one page text outlining the story as well as learning materials for new vocabulary, listening and reading comprehension quizzes and a journal writing exercise. 3. A full set of teachers notes and explanation on how to use the Keynote along with a contact e.mail for enquiries. If you have any questions about using Keynote, please feel free to contact me through TES. An alternative version of this product using a 'Prezi' can be found on my store here; Ernest Shackleton Prezi
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Jekyll and Hyde Parts 1 and 2 - Video, Comic and Worksheet Pack

Jekyll and Hyde Parts 1 and 2 - Video, Comic and Worksheet Pack

Here are the first two videos of my Jekyll and Hyde series included in one pack at a discount of 30%. These are animated movie adaptations of the book and as in most such cases they do not adhere strictly to the original work. I made them with the idea of using different media as a comparison to the Robert Louis Stevenson work. More details of each can be found at each of the individual product pages which are still available as single resources. The movie and comic book style script included her are a fun and engaging way of introducing students to this classic gothic horror story. The materials included would be ideal for bringing the story to younger learners or students of ESL As well as the videos, of these resources also include; 1. Two comic book style versions of the movie script in PDF. One in colour which can be used for presentation purposes by the teacher or on students devices such as notebook computers or iPads. The other is BW for easier printing. Both comic books also include writing and question tasks at the end of the story. 2. A PDF worksheet for students to practice some of the vocabulary which may be new to them. This also includes a separate answer print. 3. A teacher explanation outlining the purpose and uses of the video and comic book and also containing the answers to the questions on the comic book. Total number of pages for this product is 29 (PDF comics and worksheets) Similar video lessons I have produced include; Jekyll and Hyde Video - Part 1 Jekyll and Hyde Video - Part 2
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Jekyll and Hyde Part 2 - Video Lesson

Jekyll and Hyde Part 2 - Video Lesson

This is part two of my 6 part series of Robert Louis Stevenson's Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde. It is an animated movie adaptation of the book and as in most such cases it does not adhere strictly to the original work. I made it with the idea of using different media as a comparison to the Robert Louis Stevenson work. This second video covers the part of the story where the lawyer Utterson attends a party at the house of his friend, Dr. Henry Jekyll. Later, after the other guests have left he has a discussion with Jekyll about the dangers of his relationship with Edward Hyde. Later, a maid witnesses a late night altercation between Hyde and an old man that results in the evil Hyde murdering the old man. The movie and comic book style script included her are a fun and engaging way of introducing students to this classic gothic horror story. The materials included would be ideal for bringing the story to younger learners or students of ESL As well as the video, which is in mov format, this product also includes; 1. Two comic book style versions of the movie script in PDF. One in colour which can be used for presentation purposes by the teacher or on students devices such as notebook computers or iPads. The other is BW for easier printing. Both comic books also include writing and question tasks at the end of the story. 2. A PDF worksheet for students to practice some of the vocabulary which may be new to them. This also includes a separate answer print. 3. A teacher explanation outlining the purpose and uses of the video and comic book and also containing the answers to the questions on the comic book. Total number of pages for this product is 29 (PDF comics and worksheets) Similar video lessons I have produced include; Jekyll and Hyde - Part 1 Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
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Picture Prompts for Story, Interview and Diary Writing

Picture Prompts for Story, Interview and Diary Writing

This is a combination of two of my published Picture Prompts at a discount of 25%. Both of these are still available as individual products at the links below. Story Writing Prompts for Adventure Mystery and SciFi Date with a Monster Both sets consist of picture prompts with essay writing templates, and large image slides which can be laminated and used according to the teacher's wishes. All of these are PDF files. The 'Date with a Monster' resource contains a simple set of picture prompts using cartoon images of monsters for stimulating the imagination for the writing of diary entries and newspaper interviews. These are divided into 18 picture prompts of two different sets of materials for a 'Date with a Monster' diary writing, and an 'Interview with a Monster' reporting task. They can be adapted for most levels and an explanation of how they can be used in the classroom is included. The 'Story Writing Prompts for Adventure Horror Mystery and SciFi' can be used for ESL classes and would also be suitable for younger students and others that may require further practice in writing and making short stories that have a beginning, middle and conclusion. These are divided into four topic areas; adventure, mystery, horror and scifi. There are four of each type with or without prompts, so the teacher can decide which to use based on the needs of the individual student or class. A more detailed explanation can be found in my TES store on the respective pages of each resource. Please use the links at the beginning of this text to view both.
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Picture Prompts - Date with a Monster

Picture Prompts - Date with a Monster

Great for Halloween, fill in classes or end of term lessons. A simple set of picture prompts using cartoon images of monsters for stimulating the imagination for the writing of diary entries and newspaper interviews. These are divided into 18 picture prompts of two different sets of materials for a 'Date with a Monster' diary writing, and an 'Interview with a Monster' reporting task. They can be adapted for most levels and an explanation of how they can be used in the classroom is included. Materials included: 1. A set of 18 PDF color slides that can be printed out and laminated. These are for use with the date with a monster task. There are 9 male and 9 female monsters included. This resource also contains writing prints for the student's diaries, and a guidance page to give students some ideas for its use. 2. A set of 18 PDF picture prints with sections to write a newspaper report based on an interview with a monster. There are 9 male and 9 female monsters included, along with a guidance page to give students some ideas for its use. 3. A teacher's notes section outlining the uses of the two resources included in this lesson pack. There are similar lessons in my TES store. Please check out the links below; Picture Prompts - Horror and Mystery Stories Picture Prompts - Fantasy and Mystery Stories Picture Prompts for Adventure Horror Mystery and SciFi
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Autumn Celebrations - Halloween and Bonfire Night Multimedia Resource Pack

Autumn Celebrations - Halloween and Bonfire Night Multimedia Resource Pack

Two of my best selling multimedia resources for autumn. Lessons for teaching the history of Halloween and Bonfire Night. These are fun and engaging lessons that can be adapted to most levels and contain a mix of comic book style readers, videos and PDF worksheets and quizzes. Great value at 30% off the price of buying the two lessons individually. The Bonfire Night Lesson contains a video download, while the Halloween History movie is a YouTube video link. For more detailed explanations of each lesson please visit the individual sites of each by following the links below. Bonfire Night Halloween History
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Murder Mystery - Video Based Interactive Detective Story

Murder Mystery - Video Based Interactive Detective Story

An interactive multi-media murder mystery for groups of students that is both engaging and designed to be adapted to any grade. Following the classic manor house mystery genre, the materials here can be used with students of any level for a variety of different skills, including the basics of listening, writing, vocabulary and grammar or more advanced skills such as use of inference and critical thinking. Great for regular writing classes, group work, homework assignment or a fun fill in class. The main advantage of this resource is that the teacher can mix and match the materials outlined below to work with any class. There are materials for print only, display (slideshow), multimedia classrooms, or student iPad/laptop use. This gives the teacher the flexibility to make a lesson adapted to not just the age or level of the class, but the available technology as well. In addition, there are teacher explanations for each resource. Included: 1. Six short online videos that can be accessed via PDF print links. One of these is of the murder scene. The other five are suspect alibis. 2. An PDF slideshow that outlines the background to the murder of Mr. John Sanders. It has a link to a short animated video of the murder along with an introduction to the 5 suspects in the house and the clues and evidence found at the crime scene. 3. A plan of the crime scene. (PDF) 4. A useful vocabulary task sheet for use with reading or writing a murder mystery. (PDF) 5. A teacher and student version of an interactive suspect and timeline PDF task sheet. The teacher version can be used in a multi-media classroom or internet connected screen. The student version can be printed out, or used on student iPads. Both versions have interactive links to videos of suspect alibis and space for notes on a timeline and connecting evidence. 6. Task sheets (PDF) for each of the five suspects that contain a facial image and sections for notes on alibi and motive for each. There are 4 different versions of this for Teacher, younger, older and ESL students. Instructions on use are provided for each. 7. A set of 5 A4 size color images of the suspects that contain Q codes that students can use to access the online video alibis of each suspect. 8. A separate 5 suspect set of motives that can be printed on the reverse of the Q code image cards. 9. A two page comic book extension that can be used with higher level students to demonstrate their writing skills. Each comic displays one of the suspects as the murderer and has sections for students to draw and write in. Great for inference or critical thinking skills. 10. Printable murder alibi cards. 11. Answer key. #63 PDF pages Similar lesson Murder Mystery 2-Video Story-The Art of Murder
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Picture Prompts - Story Writing Prompts for Adventure Horror Mystery and SciFi

Picture Prompts - Story Writing Prompts for Adventure Horror Mystery and SciFi

This resource provides a fun and engaging way of practicing simple story writing. With that aim in mind I have put together some of the materials I use in my own ESL classes and believe they would also be suitable for younger students and others that may require further practice in writing and making short stories that have a beginning, middle and conclusion. The picture prompts can be divided into four topic areas; adventure, mystery, horror and scifi. There are four of each type with or without prompts, so the teacher can decide which to use based on the needs of the individual student or class. I have also provided a teacher guide to some of the ways these prompts can be used, including a method where the students write different parts of each essay in groups. The materials include: 1. Large image slides with 3 title prompts each in color. There are 16 of these that can be laminated for repeated use with students - PDF 2. 16 essay task sheets with image only - PDF 3. 16 essay task sheets with image and beginning sentence - PDF 4. Teachers Notes - PDF # Most of the images used in this product are my own and are copyrighted as such. Three of the images are from a copyright free image site called Pixabay. If you have enjoyed this product there other similar resources in my store:
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Halloween History - Graphic Reader and Video

Halloween History - Graphic Reader and Video

My aim in creating this graphic reader is to provide a concise, clear and interesting introduction to the history of Halloween, from it’s roots in the Celtic festival of Samhain through it’s mixing with and absorption by other religions such as the Roman festivals of Pomona and Feralia and the Catholic celebrations of All Saints Day and All Souls’ Day through to the customs it has taken on in the modern era such as trick or treating and others. I’ve also added ‘odd facts’ about Halloween to each page to add some humour to the subject. RESOURCE CONTENTS 1. An eleven page PDF color version of the graphic reader and a second set of word and review quizzes for each of the five pages of the text. This can be used on iPads or any other electronic device as a slide show or in a book reader. 2. The same PDF comic in black and white for easy printing. 3. Three sets of writing prompts to extend the topic. The first is a timeline summary exercise of the history of Halloween. the second is a set of story prompts to write Halloween animal themed horror stories. The third is a set of essay prompts for writing a comparative essay between the customs of Halloween and other similar worldwide festivals such as Mexico’s ‘Day of the Dead’, China’s ‘Hungry Ghost’ and Japan’s ‘Obon’. 4. There are also some simple word games such as a word search, cross word and hangman for students to review some of the language used in the text. The first two are PDF prints. The hangman game is html with a link for the teacher that can be give to students who have suitable devices. 5. Teachers notes page. 6. As of October 16th 2017 I have added a youtube animated video to this which teachers can use as an introduction, review, or students can access on their own devices. You can find similar products at the links below; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/history-graphic-readers-comic-book-style-11537790 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ww1-life-in-the-trenches-comic-book-11155177 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/women-s-suffrage-comic-book-11081943
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Crime Based Reading and Writing Activities For All Ages

Crime Based Reading and Writing Activities For All Ages

A bundle of my two Murder Mystery video based interactive stories plus a set of Textual Evidence Activities for use with classic literature villains. Can be adapted to most levels with all three resources containing fun tasks that will readily engage young and older learners.
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Murder Mystery 2 - Video Based Interactive Story

Murder Mystery 2 - Video Based Interactive Story

My second fun and engaging interactive murder mystery that can be adapted for any student grade. The focus of this one is on witness observation and deduction from visual and aural clues within the story. This resource can be used to practice a variety of different skills, including the basics of listening, writing, vocabulary and grammar or more advanced skills such as use of inference and critical thinking. Great for regular writing classes, group work, homework assignment or a fun fill in class. The main advantage of this resource is that the teacher can mix and match the materials outlined below to work with any class. There are materials for print only, display (slideshow), multimedia classrooms, or student iPad/laptop use. This gives the teacher the flexibility to make a lesson adapted to not just the age or level of the class, but the available technology as well. In addition, there are teacher explanations for each resource. The materials include: 1. The story video. This is an animated story about a group of 6 people attending a house party to celebrate the owner's purchase of a new painting. There is a blackout and one person will die. The students will watch and listen to find clues as to what happened to the victim and deduce the identity of the murderer. 2. A student task sheet consisting of 8 pages in PDF, containing and outline of the story, resources for recording the timeline and suspect movements, the murder scene, suspect motives, story cards and print for essay writing. 3. A set of separate motive cards with pictures of the suspects. In color and black and white. 4. The same suspect motives as a short movie. This is available as an online video. It can be used where listening is the focus of the lesson. 5. A separate worksheet for new vocabulary for those students that need it. 6. A 12 page PDF explanation resource for teachers. 7. As of November 2017 have added a small video of the suspect motives to this, along with a promo Youtube video of part of the movie. Altogether this resource contains 34 pages in PDF. If you've enjoyed this resource please take a look at my best selling product; Murder Mystery - Video Based Interactive Detective Story This is also part of a 3 part Murder Mystery Bundle; Murder Mystery Activities for All Levels
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Jekyll and Hyde - Comic Book Part 1

Jekyll and Hyde - Comic Book Part 1

This is the first part of my Jekyll and Hyde comic book series. An eight page graphic novel based on the First section of the story entitled 'Story of the Door' . The language has been edited to appeal to learners of ESL/EFL or it can be used as an introduction to younger readers of the Robert Louis Stevenson classic or any student who enjoys graphic novels. The materials included are; 1. Two comic book style versions of the movie script in PDF. One in colour which can be used for presentation purposes by the teacher or on students devices such as notebook computers or iPads. The other is BW for easier printing. Both comic books also include writing and question tasks at the end of the story. 2. A teacher explanation outlining the purpose and uses of the comic book and also containing the answers to the questions on the story. Total number of pages for this product is 18 (PDF). This comic book is also part of a larger resource containing an animated video of the story and extra vocabulary practice materials for students who need this kind of resource. It can be found here; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/jekyll-and-hyde-part-1-video-multimedia-lesson-11532456
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The Gothic Horror Multimedia Bundle

The Gothic Horror Multimedia Bundle

All of my Gothic horror multimedia resources in one bundle. Includes videos, comic books, PDF slideshows and worksheets, (one each Prezi and Keynote presentations) As well as an introduction to Gothic Horror there are reading, writing and listening resources covering such classic stories as; Frankenstein Dracula Jekyll and Hyde The Raven poem The Tell Tale Heart short story Classic Literature Villains Altogether, 12 of my premium resources bundled at a discount of 33% off. With the upcoming bundle sale of a further 30% discount, The Gothic Horror Multimedia Bundle is a steal!
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Frankenstein Animated Video 2 - Captain Walton Letters

Frankenstein Animated Video 2 - Captain Walton Letters

The second in a series of short animated movies with attached learning materials to provide an introduction to the classic novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. This movie is based on the Letters from Captain Walton section that provides the introduction to the story. It covers a core curriculum need in literature classes to evaluate content presented in diverse media formats including visually and aurally. This product is an engaging way of reaching this standard. 17 pages plus original video The full lesson contains; 1. A task sheet (pdf) for the movie containing several types of listening and reading and writing tasks which provide a useful and original introduction to the story. This comes with script and teachers answer sheet. 2. An animated Quicktime video of the Captain Walton's letters part of the Frankenstein story. There is also a link to an online HD version of the movie along with the password necessary to view it. The first video in this series, an introduction to Mary Shelley and her novel Frankenstein can be purchased at the link below; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/frankenstein-by-mary-shelley-video-introduction-to-the-author-and-book-11118759
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 The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe - Comic Book

The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe - Comic Book

My aim in designing this comic book is to create a visual setting for the narrative of 'The Raven' that will help the student come to a better understanding of the story line by supplementing the literary devices and symbols that Poe used when writing his famous poem. It can be printed for easy distribution, displayed as a slide show on a computer or used on an e.book reader, iPad or other tablet. This is a useful resource for classes studying the Gothic Horror genre. It also makes a great addition to classes during the Halloween season! 49 pages This product includes; 1. A twenty one page color version of the comic with an explanation of the story and hints on how to use it. There are PDF and EPUB versions for use on computers or tablets. 2. The same twenty one page comic in black and white for easy printing. (There are two BW versions. Version 2 has no background which makes it easier to print) 3. A two page work sheet that can be used by students to record new words and expressions, make notes on their understanding of each stanza, and write an analysis based on their studies. 4. Five pages of teacher notes containing suggestions on the use of the comic with students, along with web links to other useful resources. You can find my other resources, including more comic books and multi-media resources here; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources-shop/kibishipaul Other Edgar Allan Poe resources in my store; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-tell-tale-heart-by-edgar-allan-poe-comic-book-11123649
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