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I have been in Japan for nearly 30 years as a teacher of English as a Second Language. During this time I have taught students of all ages and abilities from kindergarten through university and adult classes. I am currently employed in a Senior High school teaching grades 8 through 12. In addition, I also teach listening, reading and writing skills at an evening preparatory school and one morning of play English at a kindergarten.

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I have been in Japan for nearly 30 years as a teacher of English as a Second Language. During this time I have taught students of all ages and abilities from kindergarten through university and adult classes. I am currently employed in a Senior High school teaching grades 8 through 12. In addition, I also teach listening, reading and writing skills at an evening preparatory school and one morning of play English at a kindergarten.
Murder Mystery 2 - Video Based Interactive Story
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Murder Mystery 2 - Video Based Interactive Story

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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
The Raven - Animated Text Video
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The Raven - Animated Text Video

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This is a silent movie of Edgar Allen Poe's, 'The Raven'. It takes the form of an illustrated presentation with animated text and pictures. There is a suitable musical background but no recitation of the poem. It was made using Apple Keynote software before exporting to video. The video is in m4v format and is 8 minutes long. This resource is suitable for use as an introduction to the poem. It can also be used in the classroom or on students notepads/laptops to learn about the poem, practice recitation, or research various aspects about the poem, including new words, tone, assonance, internal rhyme and historical references. For those who have access to Apple products I have also included the first two stanzas of the poem in the original Keynote format, which can be used as a teacher's aid. I am offering this video at a low price for a short period of time, and will add the full Keynote version of the poem later. Earlier, if anyone requests it. The short Keynote is 7 slides long. The full Keynote (coming later) has 42 slides. This resource can be combined with my 'The Raven - Comic Book, which is also available in my store here; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/-the-raven-by-edgar-allan-poe-comic-book-11121052
WW1 Life in the Trenches - Comic Book
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WW1 Life in the Trenches - Comic Book

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An engaging lesson for Remembrance Day, or Veteran's Day. Thirteen page comic book style text to introduce the history of trench warfare during World War 1. Great resource for use with teens. It outlines why and how the trenches were constructed and what life was like for the soldiers who used them during such horrific battles as the Somme and Passchendaele. It also includes some unusual facts about trench life and a page of memorable quotes from characters who lived through the war. Contains a quiz and other useful resources, and can be printed out in black and white, used as a slide show on a computer, or as a PDF e.book on a tablet. 35 pages Contents; 1. A thirteen page PDF color version of the comic with a comprehension quiz at the end. This can be printed out or displayed as a slideshow on a computer or used as an e.book on a tablet. 2. The same thirteen page PDF comic in black and white for easy printing. 3. An ePub version for teacher's use on a tablet. 4. A student print that has a section for dictionary work and an exercise for practicing some of the more difficult words in the comic. 5. A student answer print for the comic quiz and dictionary tasks. 6. Two writing prompts to extend the lesson. The first is a creative exercise to write a news report from the front line of any historical battle. The second is an essay question to use memorable quotes from World War 1 to illustrate the student's thoughts and feelings about war. 7. A teacher's notes print that provides directions on using the comic and useful links to sites about World War 1 and trench warfare. All prints are in PDF format. Other short comics in this history series can be found at the link below: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/kibishipaul Other video and comic book history resources in my store; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/guy-fawkes-and-bonfire-night-video-lesson-11082341 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/shackleton-and-endurance-a-multi-media-introduction-11185501 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/women-s-suffrage-comic-book-11081943 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/halloween-history-graphic-reader-and-video-11733233
Murder Mystery - Video Based Interactive Detective Story
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Murder Mystery - Video Based Interactive Detective Story

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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
Shackleton and the Endurance - Animated Video and Worksheet
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Shackleton and the Endurance - Animated Video and Worksheet

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A short animated video. The incredible survival story of Ernest Shackleton and his 27 crew stranded on the Antarctic ice for 2 years after the crushing of their ship, Endurance. This video is based on journals from the expedition written at the time the vessel was abandoned, and takes the form of four diary entries outlining life in the Antarctic and being set adrift on the ice. It is intended for social studies classes and is meant to act as an introduction to or supplement the reading of a book about the heroic adventure. 25 pages plus original video The full lesson contains; 1. A small sized version of the movie that can be played on an iPad (640:360). The movie is about 6 minutes long. 2. A task sheet (pdf) for the movie containing several types of listening and word quizzes about the events leading up to the destruction of the Endurance. There are also reading and writing expansion exercises. 3. A teacher resource sheet with answers to the task sheet questions and details on how to view view the online video. (There is a link to an online HD version of the movie along with the password necessary to view it) More of my multi-media and comic book based lessons can be found in my TES store at; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/kibishipaul
Classic Literature Villains - Textual Evidence Activities
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Classic Literature Villains - Textual Evidence Activities

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The main purpose of this product is for students to take on the role of either defender or prosecutor of the main villain from one of the literary classics listed below. Using the resources supplied here they can investigate the book for textual evidence that will support claims that the character has or has not carried out any crimes or villainy and then, either on paper or in the classroom, engage in a mock trial to demonstrate their persuasive argument skills. The works covered are; • Frankenstein • Jekyll and Hyde • Dracula • Twenty Thousand Leagues Beneath the Sea • Sherlock Holmes – The Adventure of the Final Problem • Oliver Twist Resources There several different sets of materials that can be utilized with the novels I have included. They can be used alone or in combination. These are; 1. A PDF slideshow to introduce the characters from the novels and elicit knowledge of their ‘villainy’. 2. A set of ‘Wanted Posters’ in color and black and white for the characters; The Monster, Mr. Edward Hyde, Count Dracula, Captain Nemo, Professor James Moriarty and Bill Sikes. 3. A set of ‘rap sheets’ in color and black and white containing picture and background information relating to the history and alleged crimes of the same characters. 4. The same ‘rap sheets’ without the background information. 5. Student explanation print outlining the type of information they need to find for the purposes of the lesson. 6. A student note taking print. 7. A student writing print for making either a character analysis or a persuasive essay. 8. Teacher Notes print. These materials can be used with the actual books, targeted chapters, graded readers, or movies based on the works. As they are PDF files they can also be opened in most note taking apps on teacher and student iPads. For more multi-media resources for ELA and history classes, please visit my shop at; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources-shop/kibishipaul
Shackleton and the Endurance - Comic Book
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Shackleton and the Endurance - Comic Book

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This is a twelve page comic book version of Ernest Shackleton's expedition to Antarctica aboard the Endurance. It is an adaptation of journal entries from the days around the time of the destruction of the Endurance by ice floes. The language has been edited to appeal to learners of ESL/EFL or it can be used as an introduction to the topic for younger readers. The images used for this are taken from an animated video which will be published shortly. The comic consists of four journal entries and this version also contains a set of questions based on the text with an answer page and simple map of Antarctica. It is meant as an alternative introduction to the story for which there are many full size novels available. #Important: The strange characters that replace word spaces in the product view here are an artifact of this site. The PDF downloads do not have this problem. If you are concerned about this, please download my free product which suffers from the same viewing problem here: 39 pages https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/frankenstein-comic-free-version-11135372 1. There are three versions of the comic. A PDF full color version, a low resolution easy to print version and an ePUB version that can be used in slideshow mode on a computer or tablet. 2. There is a student work print containing two vocabulary tasks on words taken from the comic book. There are two essay prompts for expansion work including writing a fictional dictioanry entry from the Endurance and another for researching the topic of courage and endurance. 3. A short answer sheet for the work print. 4. A teacher print with an explanation of the resource and its use. This also contains links for several websites that contain further background and resources for a more in depth look at the story. If you enjoy my resources you can find more comic books and multi-media resources in my shop at; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/kibishipaul
Frankenstein Animated Video 2 - Captain Walton Letters
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Frankenstein Animated Video 2 - Captain Walton Letters

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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
Ernest Shackleton (Prezi)
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Ernest Shackleton (Prezi)

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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 Prezi - similar to a Powerpoint presentation but a lot more fun! An explanation of a Prezi and how it works is contained in the Teacher print. The lesson contains; 1. A Prezi (120mb) which contains 11 slides that tell the story visually, with humorous speech bubbles, and full narration. The last part contains a short video of a journal entry from a fictional member of the crew. 2. A pdf file of materials to use with students, including; a. A one page text outlining the story. b. Learning materials for new vocabulary. c. Listening and reading comprehension quizzes. d. A journal writing exercise. e. Page link to the Prezi (Can be viewed online or downloaded) f. Page link to a short animated video. 3. A full set of teachers notes and explanation on how to open and use the Prezi along with a contact e.mail for enquiries. A comic book style resource about Shackleton and the Endurance is also available on my teacher store here; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/shackleton-and-the-endurance-comic-book-11173538
Classic Literature Villains - Textual Evidence Activities
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Classic Literature Villains - Textual Evidence Activities

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The main purpose of this product is for students to take on the role of either defender or prosecutor of the main villain from one of the literary classics listed below. Using the resources supplied here they can investigate the book for textual evidence that will support claims that the character has or has not carried out any crimes or villainy and then, either on paper or in the classroom, engage in a mock trial to demonstrate their persuasive argument skills. 63 pages The works covered are; • Frankenstein • Jekyll and Hyde • Dracula • Twenty Thousand Leagues Beneath the Sea • Sherlock Holmes – The Adventure of the Final Problem • Oliver Twist Resources There several different sets of materials that can be utilized with the novels I have included. They can be used alone or in combination. These are; 1. A PDF slideshow to introduce the characters from the novels and elicit knowledge of their ‘villainy’. 2. A set of ‘Wanted Posters’ in color and black and white for the characters; The Monster, Mr. Edward Hyde, Count Dracula, Captain Nemo, Professor James Moriarty and Bill Sikes. 3. A set of ‘rap sheets’ in color and black and white containing picture and background information relating to the history and alleged crimes of the same characters. 4. The same ‘rap sheets’ without the background information. 5. Student explanation print outlining the type of information they need to find for the purposes of the lesson. 6. A student note taking print. 7. A student writing print for making either a character analysis or a persuasive essay. 8. Teacher Notes print. These materials can be used with the actual books, targeted chapters, graded readers, or movies based on the works. As they are PDF files they can also be opened in most note taking apps on teacher and student iPads. For more multi-media resources for ELA and history classes, please visit my shop at; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources-shop/kibishipaul Another resource for students to use inference and critical thinking skills can be found here; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/murder-mystery-video-based-interactive-detective-story-resource-11248257
The Hindenburg - Comic Book Resource
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The Hindenburg - Comic Book Resource

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An eleven page comic book to introduce the history of the Hindenburg. It outlines the development and first year of this gigantic airship before describing what happened on the fateful day. Contains a quiz and other useful resources, and can be printed out in black and white, used as a slide show on a computer, or as a PDF e.book on a tablet. 32 pages Contents; 1. An eleven page PDF color version of the comic with a 12 question quiz for understanding at the end. This can be printed out or displayed as a slideshow on a computer or used as an e.book on a tablet. 2. The same eleven page PDF comic in black and white for easy printing. 3. A student print that has a section for dictionary work and an exercise for practicing some of the more difficult words in the comic. 4. A student answer print for the comic quiz and dictionary tasks. 5. Two writing prompts to extend the lesson. The first of these involves making a theory and providing evidence on the reason(s) for the Hindenburg crash. The second is a creative exercise to write a news report from an eyewitness. This can be extended into making a live radio broadcast of the event. 5. A teacher's notes print that provides directions on using the comic and useful links to sites about the Hindenburg. All prints are in PDF format. There are other short comics in the 'Pocket History' series which you can find by clicking on the links below. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ww1-life-in-the-trenches-comic-book-11155177 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/shackleton-and-the-endurance-comic-book-11173538 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/women-s-suffrage-comic-book-11081943
Aviation History 1 - Triumph and Disaster
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Aviation History 1 - Triumph and Disaster

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Two important events from the early years of aviation history. The triumph of Lindbergh's crossing of the Atlantic which triggered the massive growth of the aviation industry and the later disaster of the Hindenburg which signaled the end of the giant zeppelin's as a viable form of air transport. Both are presented in an engaging comic book format and contain quizzes, worksheets and links to useful videos and other sources of information. There is a need in literature and history classes to evaluate content presented in different media formats including visually and aurally.' I believe that comics and graphic novels can fulfill this standard and I hope you find this product an engaging way of teaching your students. 76 pages Contents; 1. PDF color versions of each comic with a quiz for comprehension at the end. These can be printed out or displayed as slideshows on a computer or used as e.books on a tablet. 2. The same eleven page PDF comic books in lo-res format for easy printing. 3. A student print that has a section for dictionary work and an exercise for practicing some of the more difficult words in the comic. 4. A student answer print for the comic quizzes and dictionary tasks. 5. Two writing prompts to extend each lesson. 5. A teacher's notes print for each that provides directions on using the comics and useful links to sites including film archives about Lindbergh's historic achievement and the Hindenburg disaster. All prints are in PDF format.
Frankenstein Comic Book Collection - Parts 1-3
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Frankenstein Comic Book Collection - Parts 1-3

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The first three of my Frankenstein comic books now in one set at a discount price. Included are 'The Walton Letters', 'Victor’s Story - Part 1', and 'The Monster’s Story - Part 1'. They all contain quizzes and other useful resources, and can be printed out in color, black and white, used as a slide show on a computer, or as a PDF e.book on a tablet. They can also be used on a SmartBoard. Fun materials for an introduction to Halloween! The language has been simplified from the original work to suit the comic book format. 45 pages The first comic in this series is free and can be obtained at; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources-shop/kibishipaul Contents; Depending on the comic there are some differences, but there are usually; 1. A PDF color version of each comic with a quiz for understanding at the end. This can be printed out or displayed as a slideshow on a computer or used as an e.book on a tablet. 2. The same PDF comic in black and white for easy printing. 3. A student answer print for the comic quizzes and dictionary tasks. 4. A student print that has a section for dictionary work and an exercise for practicing some of the more difficult words in each comic. (Monster’s Story only) 5. Two writing prompts to extend each lesson. (Monster’s Story only) 6. All of these also contain an ePub version for teacher's use on iPad. 7. The 'Walton Letters' comic is 20 pages long so has been divided into two parts. The other two comics are 14 pages each in length. All three of these comic books are available as single resources and you can find them here; Captain Walton’s Letters Victor’s Story The Monster’s Story Other other gothic horror and 19th century literature and poetry resources from my store; Frankenstein by Mary Shelley The Raven by Edgar Allen Poe The Tell Tale Heart Gothic Horror Elements - A Multi Media Introduction
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley - Video Introduction to the Author and Book
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Frankenstein by Mary Shelley - Video Introduction to the Author and Book

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This is a new product I am developing. A series of short animated movies with attached learning materials providing an introduction to classic literature. The first of these is Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. The movie is five minutes long and contains the story of the genesis of the book and one key scene from the story. I will follow up with more of these if enough interest is shown. 18 pages and video The full lesson contains; 1. A short full color comic of the scene where the monster is brought to life that can be used for writing exercises. 2. A task sheet (pdf) for the movie containing several types of listening and word quizzes about the events leading up to the writing of the book by Mary Shelley. This comes with script and teacher's answer sheet. 3. A full SD (640:480) version of the movie for use on computer, iPad/iPod. Be aware that the movie format is Quicktime. All materials created by kibishipaul (Paul Carr) You can find my other resources, including more comic books and multi-media resources here; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources-shop/kibishipaul Other other gothic horror and 19th century literature and poetry resources from my store; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/frankenstein-comic-book-collection-parts-1-3-11141133 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/-the-raven-by-edgar-allen-poe-comic-book-11121052 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-tell-tale-heart-by-edgar-allan-poe-comic-book-11123649 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gothic-horror-elements-a-multimedia-introduction-11140064 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/classic-literature-villains-textual-evidence-activities-11128566 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-snow-witch-a-japanese-tale-of-yuki-onna-11169478
Edgar Allan Poe - The Raven and Tell Tale Heart Comic Book Resources
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Edgar Allan Poe - The Raven and Tell Tale Heart Comic Book Resources

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Both of my Edgar Allan Poe comic books, The Raven and Tell Tale Heart as one pack. A great introduction to the writer's works. Useful for classes studying the Gothic Horror genre and also evaluating content presented in diverse media and other formats for literature classes. 75 pages This product includes; 1. Color versions of both comics along with an e.pub version for use by teachers on iPad or other tablets. 2. Two black and white versions for students. Version 2 has no background which makes it easier to print) 3. Workprints that can be used by students to record new words and expressions, make notes on their understanding of each work, and write an analysis based on their studies. 4. Teacher notes containing suggestions on the use of the comics with students, along with web links to other useful resources. These comics be purchased individually and can be found at the links below. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/-the-raven-by-edgar-allan-poe-comic-book-11121052 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-tell-tale-heart-by-edgar-allan-poe-comic-book-11123649
Shackleton and Endurance - A Multi Media Introduction
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Shackleton and Endurance - A Multi Media Introduction

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The complete bundle of animated movie, Prezi and comic book for social studies students learning about the incredible survival story of Ernest Shackleton and his 27 crew who were stranded on the Antarctic ice for 2 years after the crushing of their ship, Endurance. This resource is a bundle of all three of my current products, but at a 40% discount to buying them separately. 55 pages plus original video This product contains; 1. The 12 page Endurance Comic Book in color and black and white with several versions suitable for iPad, computer or printing. The comic consists of four journal entries and this version also contains a set of questions based on the text with an answer page and simple map of Antarctica. It is meant as an alternative introduction to the story for which there are many full size novels available. 2. The 11 slide Ernest Shackleton 'Prezi' (like a Powerpoint but more fun). This comes with a set of PDF learning materials and teacher guide. The Prezi (120mb) contains 11 slides that tell the story visually, with humorous speech bubbles, and full narration. The last part contains a short video of a journal entry from a fictional member of the crew. 3. The Shackleton and Endurance animated movie which also comes with its own set of learning materials and teacher guide. Please be aware the format for the movie is Quicktime. This video is based on journals from the expedition written at the time the vessel was abandoned, and takes the form of four diary entries outlining life in the Antarctic and being set adrift on the ice. All of these are still available as separate products, if you prefer, and are available in my store. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/kibishipaul
Gothic Horror Elements - A Multimedia Introduction
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Gothic Horror Elements - A Multimedia Introduction

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These materials have been designed to provide a brief introduction to Gothic horror and are also great for Halloween! I have provided a variety of multi media resources including two short animated videos and a ‘Prezi’ (like a Powerpoint but more fun!) along with associated quizzes and texts as a PDF resource which can be tailored to the needs of the students. There are two versions in this package. One for older students, and one for students of ESL or younger students The materials can be printed out and used in a multi media classroom, and the Prezi can be downloaded and installed on a computer for ease of use. Alternatively, copies of the PDF, which contains links to all online materials, can be purchased for students to install on their own computers so they can access everything directly. 16 pages The lesson contains; Version 1: Ages 14-16 1. PDF student and teacher documents that give an outline of the history of Gothic horror stories and the elements that are recognized as important to the genre. 2. A link on the PDF worksheet to view online or download the Prezi which contains 9 slides that describe the elements of a Gothic story visually with humorous speech bubbles and full narration. 3. Links to two animated videos and learning materials for new vocabulary, listening and reading comprehension quizzes along with a comic writing exercise. 4. A set of teachers notes and quiz answers along with a contact e.mail for enquiries. Version 2: Younger students or those studying ESL 1. The same PDF student and teacher resources. However, these have simplified language and vocabulary and have been changed from book form to discrete lesson parts that can be distributed as handouts in any order. These have the same links to the movies and 'Prezi'. 2. There are also a wider range of review materials for this version, including a crossword, reading review, word quizzes, comic book text fill and a reading and word test based on the language learned. If you have any questions about using Prezi or the iPad lesson, please feel free to contact me through TpT or download the preview and use my mail address. My other products related to literature and horror can be found at the link below. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources-shop/kibishipaul
The Gothic Horror Multimedia Bundle
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The Gothic Horror Multimedia Bundle

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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!
Frankenstein Comic - Free Version
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Frankenstein Comic - Free Version

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This is a seven page comic book version of the scene from the Frankenstein classic where the monster is brought to life. 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 Mary Shelley classic. The zip file contains four versions of the comic. A PDF file color, and black and white version for printing, an ePUB version and a version with with empty text boxes for writing practice. This means it can be viewed on various platforms including computers, e.book readers and tablets. It can also be printed out in full color or black and white. This is a free version so I would greatly appreciate any feedback or advice you can give as to the usefulness of the product. There are further comics in this Frankenstein series and other English and History subjects which will be premier versions. Please follow me if you are interested in these.
Frankenstein Comic - KeyScenes 1
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Frankenstein Comic - KeyScenes 1

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(This resource was updated on Sept 30 2015. There are now two new black and white versions for easier printing) This is a seven page comic book version of the scene from the Frankenstein classic where the monster is brought to life. 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 Mary Shelley classic. The zip file contains four versions of the comic. A PDF file color, and black and white version for printing, an ePUB version and a version with with empty text boxes for writing practice. This means it can be viewed on various platforms including computers, e.book readers and tablets. It can also be printed out in full color or black and white. This is a free version so I would greatly appreciate any feedback or advice you can give as to the usefulness of the product. There are further comics in this Frankenstein series and other English and History subjects which will be paid for versions. Please follow me if you are interested in these. Check out some of my other resources here; Captain Walton’s Letters Victor’s Story The Monster’s Story Frankenstein Comic Book Collect - Parts 1-3