Thursday, November 30, 2006

EFL/ESL and films

This idea, like so many great ideas, is so simple that you kick yourself for not having thought of it first.

"Last night in one of the classes that I taught here in the Community College, I put students in pairs and asked them to choose two letters of the alphabet. Then the pair had to use those two letters to make a movie title. For example a team might choose M and T. They could make a movie title like, "Murder Train." Then I told them to make up a story line for that movie."

Thanks to Daniel Kirk, EFL in Japan.

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