Sunday, 9 February 2014

Cineforum: movies taken from British or American novels for children


 

I've always used movies to improve students' listening comprehension, but I've always preferred movies taken from novels. So I have the chance to talk about literature, as well. 

This is a poster about my cineforum I created with Piktochart. You can save you poster as an image, as the following, or you can make it interactive, as you can see clicking on the next link.



Below you can find the above poster, but now it's interactive...





Below you can have some more information. This time I used Blendspace.
There are links to the movies' trailers, to some information about the novels they are taken from, to sites about movies or books for EFL students. 

          http://blnds.co/1gXfZtP




 "I think cinema, movies, and magic have always been closely associated. The very earliest people who made film were magicians".
Francis Ford Coppola
 

2 comments:

  1. Angela Mitchell from Google + community11 February 2014 at 17:17


    Roberta, I enjoyed your last post on travelling teachers blogspot. Although I am not directly in the classroom, I do share with my colleagues who all the time ask for suggestions. I have updated my blog so my colleagues will see your post. Thanks

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