This film unit for the movie A Monster in Paris (French version) will be enjoyed by your extended French or Immersion class. It includes:
• pre-viewing activities
• tons of teaching tips throughout
• comprehension questions for the movie, broken into segments
• deeper discussion and comprehension s
Enjoy using these boarding passes in your classroom as you bring your lesson to life.
I created this freebie to use with my Polar Express book study. Feel free to use in your classroom as you read the Polar Express story and then watch the movie!
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Learn about Christmas tradition around the world in this fun Free / FREEBIE video. Santa and his reindeer are flying around the world to drop off presents to the far reaches of the globe and teaching us about the traditions of boys
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Perfect for those last few days before Winter Break when you’ve wrapped up your last unit, the students want to do something fun but you still want them to be engaged in a worthwhile activity.
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Students will be drawn to the science and social studies topics covered in this pack!
FUN with Non-Fiction Text! Students need explicit instruction and practice with finding evidence in text in order to answer t
This was created for students to use at the end of a simple machine and force and motion unit. However you can use it as an introduction or just use pieces of the project. You can have students watch the whole movie or just the night of the attack.
The force and motion questions are created to go w
This 7 page movie guide with handouts accompanies the film "The Peanuts Movie (2015)"
• 15 comprehension questions to complete during the movie
• Word search
• Kite design
• Completing profiles for 6 characters
• Answer sheets for the comprehension questions and word search
This document includes:
- 23 comprehension questions
- 6 essay questions to have students think
- A who said what short activity
- 1 appreciation question about the movie
What's fun with these activities is you don't have to do them all. You decide which ones you want, print and put together. and
Feel good about showing that movie to your students!
A wonderful handout to keep students on-track while viewing the movie "How the Grinch Stole Christmas," based on the awesome picture book written by Dr. Seuss. Questions range from basic comprehension to higher-order thinking questions asking stu
This 7 page movie guide with handouts for grades 1, 2, 3 and 4 accompanies the film "Disney's Frozen (2013)"
• 20 comprehension questions in multiple choice and full sentences
• Word fun
• Drawing fun
• Sentence fun
• Answer sheets for the comprehension questions and word fun.
This full-film length activity for the movie A Monster in Paris (French version - Un Monstre à Paris) will be enjoyed by your Core French, Extended French or Immersion class. Use it to have students practice making predictions, inferences, and generating questions (both for clarification, and to "wo
These are movie questions for the 1993 movie ''Groundhog Day'' by Harold Ramis.
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This document includes:
- 5 Before watching the movie questions
- General knowledge about the movie questions
* 4 characters to describe
* 5 setting elements
* The plot to fill in
- 31 comprehension questions
- 2 activities regarding Phil's personality and interactions
- 3 essay ques
This product includes: 15 Short Answer comprehension questions for students to record answers as they watch the movie.
Questions are in sequential order and have the movie times located next to them in case you need to pause or go back and review a question!
Full Answer Key provided!