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74 worksheets about cinema, theatre, and museum vocabulary
. They are all free, printable, and easy to use to make lesson planning less time consuming. There is no need to reinvent the wheel when ESL teachers around the world cover the same topics in their classrooms. We can all learn from and help one another.
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. This sample worksheet would be best for intermediate students because of the amount of text. There are three exercises; the first one is about going to the cinema, the second about reviewing a film, and the final exercise, while still focused on this theme, helps students practice using prepositions. If this is not a good activity for your students, there are also word searches, film related worksheets, and other activities included in this section. Take your time looking through the available worksheets until you find something that best suits your needs.
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This PowerPoint contains different signs that we can see in different places, such as shops, hospitals, restaurants, libraries, parks, museums, etc. You can encourage students to talk by asking th ...
The worksheet suggests activities which are focused on watching the video-fragment "The Globe Theatre in London" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3VGa6Fp3zI). It includes three tasks: to write whe ...
The worksheet is based on a movie Gnomeo and Juliet. Students work with the vocabulary from a review of the movie, answer questions about the movie itself and compare it to the original version of ...
This little guessing game is for warm-up and is very suitable for getting students to speak. Ask students to write a short description of the genre and give 1 or 2 examples. They read them aloud w ...
Presentation that includes pre-teach vocab, article and speaking activity. Meant for students of B-C level. Article focuses on the statue of David in Florence and its decay. Students can talk abou ...
This is a set of simple exercises for training vocabulary related to cinema. Originally it was made for 16-18-year-old college students, but it may obviously be used for teaching students of other ...
Donald Duck celebrates his birthday on the 9th June. Hand out this reading comprehension to your students to celebrate his birthday! It includes many interesting facts about the world famous carto ...
These are cinema posters from the year 2013 (more than 50). They are in Word format, so you can make them bigger or smaller for any activity related to movies or the cinema. One possible activity ...
The presentation is about three British artists from three different periods of history. The artists are JMW Turner, LS Lowry and Tracy Emin. Originally used in a lesson for bilingual students in ...
Student read a brief information about 'Iron Man' film and then they have to write WH-questions for the answers given in the exercises. This worksheet is used for teachers to explain how to create ...
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This worksheet is a simple matching exercise for students to learn basic vocabulary for describing a horror/suspense film. It can be used as group work or individual work. It works best after the ...
This is a film based vocabulary worksheet where words are given in an unjumbled form.The doer needs to find the words.This helps to learn some good vocabulary about films. As the doer will take t ...
This exercise is matching the movie with its synopsis. The movies are very famous, I think your students will like them. You can ask your students to match each movie with each synopsis, and then ...
This is a great worksheet to improve listening skills based on the topic: Disney songs. It includes 4 different songs: "Give a little whistle" from Pinochio, "Hakunna Matata" from the Lion King, " ...
In 2012 Russian government considered introducing a new law – to ban one of the nation’s favorite cartoons “Nu Pogodi!” because the main character Wolf smokes. It caused a ...
Do films like Les Miserables make you cry? This activity was inspired by the BBC 6-minute English audio file, which can be found on: http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/general/sixmi ...
This is a great competitive activity to test your students’ knowledge of famous movie quotes. Students team up, choose the films from a list, read an incomplete phrase and try to guess the c ...
I use this worksheet to check listening comprehension. It relates to the topic entertainment and media, cinema, movie and has keys. Students make first activity without listening to the recording, ...
This is a worksheet for a game about superheroes. Every st completes the worksheet including a drawing, inventing a name, the hero's strengths and his/her cryptonite. When finished, the teacher an ...
This worksheet is a whole-year test for my 3rd graders. The units tested on this worksheet are: Music, Cinema, Food, Children's Rights and Natural Wonders. It contains the main skills: listening, ...
Here is a test in a form of a conversation. Many activities are included ( act about relative pronouns, act: prepositions, writing act: daniel radcliffe's biography ).I'll hope you will find it useful
This is a word search worksheet where students have to search for the words provided under the mixed letters. Words can be in all directions from right to left or the opposite from up to down or o ...
Listening activity for beginners and elementary level: The worksheet consists of a gap fill listening activity followed by an exercise using the new vocabulary. You can use this before or after ...
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