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Teaching with Film

A resource book for
teachers of English
as a foreign language

Are you looking for new ways to motivate your students?

Would you like to bring more film into your classes?

Do you want to add something extra to your English lessons, something visual with a bit of magic
, something from which students can learn as well as be entertained?

Then the resource book
Teaching with Film is for you.

This volume contains 163 memorable scenes from 100 critically-acclaimed movies with over 350 follow-up tasks.

You want your students to
practise one of the four skills; you want to lead in to a topic; you're looking to illustrate a (business) skill, then you will find a clip here.

See a sample film from the book).

The scenes contain a wealth of vocabulary, show native speakers using the language in "real life" and give your students an invaluable and fascinating window into the culture of the English-speaking world.
This book is aimed at teachers of English as a foreign language working in schools, higher education or language schools with students of an intermediate level and upwards and using communicative language teaching methods.

Martin Bradley
is a film enthusiast, working in higher education. He has combined his knowledge of film with his teaching experience to create a unique resource book for the classroom of the 21st century.

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Creativity through Film in the English-language Classroom


Teaching with Film
A resource book for
teachers of English
as a foreign language

276 pages
Trade paperback
155 x 230 mm

€ 24.90
(CHF 35.50)
(GBP 20.90)
(USD 32.90)

Martin Bradley
stone river books, 2013

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