Watching a movie in class is always a treat for both students and teachers, but what if enjoying a film could be educational as well? There are several academic benefits that go along with movies, such as memory performance. Students may get tired of hearing about the same topic in class, but when they are exposed to it in a film, they are intrigued all over again. They are able to retain information they see in videos better than what they read in books or hear in a lecture.
There are also countless opportunities for completing worksheets and activities after the movie is over, from listening practice to reading and writing. It's a great way to combine entertainment with education, no matter which grade level you teach. In this movie worksheet roundup, we've compiled the hottest activities for students, covering films like The Lion King, Maleficent, Home Alone, and Hamiltion the Musical!
10 Movie Worksheets
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