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Penguin Readers Teacher's Guide to Using Film and TV

 
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The guide describes:
• the role of Graded Readers in the learning of English and the main ways in which they can be used
• the advantages of using videos of feature films and TV series with graded
Readers
• how the use of videos fits in with reading classes and the development of students’ ability to read in English
• how to choose video material for use with Graded Readers
• a wide variety of activities and suggestions for using video clips with a class
Reader:
-before reading the book or sections of the book
-after reading short sections of the book
-after reading the book

The student’s worksheets include the following activities:
• Establishing the characters
• Previewing a part of the book
• Getting the picture
• The starting point
• Thinking about character
• From book to film
• Conversation: same or different?
• Timelines: same or different?
• Remembering the characters
• Favourite scenes
• Book compared to film
• A film review





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