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Elf video activity packet- Spanish - YOUR Vocabulary and Grammar

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Ready to print video activity sheets to go with the Will Farrell movie, Elf. Grammar: Preterite and Imperfect, PLUS generic grammar and vocabulary sheets--practice your vocabulary or use the movie's.

Whether you watch a short clip from a movie or show the whole thing, you can use these activity sheets to keep students engaged and interacting with the target language. Even high-schoolers love the movies they watched as children, and they often know the story well, which helps their comprehension as they watch in a new language.

Rather than watching a movie 25 times so you can come up with movie-specific questions and activities (I did that years ago with Hercules, and by the end I had it memorized!), why not focus on your current grammar and vocabulary instead? The video is a high-interest path to students' ability to show their understanding of the concepts they have been working on.

These sheets require minimal teacher preparation time and can be used in class or at home. They are offered in Word format so that they can be customized for your classes' needs.

If you like this product, leave me feedback! If you have suggestions for improvement, contact me at michelle.jolley@rsd.edu.

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On  December 20, 2009,  Buyer asked:
I just purchased your Elf packet for the video. In the sections where you have boxes for vocabulary, what words did you use for that? Do you pick words that they already know from class or words that are associated with the video?
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On  December 20, 2009TeacherMichelle answered:
I use vocabulary from the current lesson if it is at all applicable. The kids often surprise me with the ways they tie their words in to the video. Of course, you can always put together a list of movie specific words as well. I hope your students enjoy this activity! Let me know how it gies!
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Elf video activity packet- Spanish - YOUR Vocabulary and Grammar
Elf video activity packet- Spanish - YOUR Vocabulary and Grammar
Elf video activity packet- Spanish - YOUR Vocabulary and Grammar
Elf video activity packet- Spanish - YOUR Vocabulary and Grammar