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This 11 page movie guide with handouts accompanies the film "E.T The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)". This guide will also work well as a sub plan for your substitute teacher.★★ Check out the full preview! ★★Part 1 - Consists of 6 questions all on the subject of aliens to be completed before the movie. The students get 20 minutes to complete this part, then discuss together as a class. The idea is that the students become familiar with vocabulary related to aliens as well as listening to other opinion
The following twelve-page study guide film packet is used to accompany the Steven Spielberg-directed 1982 science fiction fantasy film "E.T. the Extra Terrestrial." It can be used in an English or film studies classroom. The first page contains a list of cast and crew and a background and introduction on the film. The second page is a page that allows viewers to jot and take down their own notes. Pages three, four, five, six, seven, eight, and nine are comprehension questions to guide the viewer
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education
The following quiz is a 15-question multiple choice quiz on Steven Spielberg's 1982 comedy drama "E.T. The Extra Terrestrial" starring Henry Thomas and Drew Barrymore that can be used in an English, film studies, or media studies class. This assessment is not a trivia quiz about the story or production anecdotes; it is also not a simple, low-level comprehension quiz based on events in the film. The quiz contains high level, critical thinking questions on the understanding through evaluation leve
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8th - 12th, Higher Education
This is a complete set of questions (103) to provoke and test students' learning when studying the film E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial. I have divided the film into 10 short parts/episodes. Each part is approx. 10 minutes long. I usually read the questions first (to help students focus), show a section of the movie, and then ask students to write answers to the questions. Some of the questions are basic fact-finding. Others require students to understand why characters act in a particular way, or sa
This resource contains 25 questions and 5 open-responses that go with the movie E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (from 1982). Point values for grading are provided for all, and an Answer Key is provided for the question portion. The questions are written so students can answer them as they watch the movie, and the open-responses can be answered after the movie. The questions and open-responses encourage students to both watch the movie and think more deeply while connecting with the movie. Provided in
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Not Grade Specific
This Word document is a summary of the plot of the PG rated movie E.T. The Extra Terrestrial in "fill in the blanks" format. I have divided the film into four parts. Each part is approx 25 minutes long. 1. E.T. and Elliott2. E.T. becomes part of the family3. E.T. phones home4. Crisis and ResolutionAfter viewing each part, students complete the cloze test. In this way, I'm ensuring that they understand the plot. A word bank to assist students is included at the end of each section. This method wo
Crossword puzzle with word bank and solution based on the PG rated movie.There are 25 clues. Each is the name of a character, a location, an artist involved in the creation of the film, or a missing word from a quotation. To see the words used in the puzzle, download the preview file. This is the solution grid.This resource/activity could be used as an in-class assignment or as homework, to help revise the text, or just for fun. It is a summary quiz, designed to be used after viewing/studying th
Grades:
8th - 10th
***VETTED AND APPROVED BY REAL SCIENCE EDUCATORS!***Use this lesson to help your students understand Moon phases! Students will students examine scenes from the movie E.T. to see if the phases of the Moon match the time frame of the story. This scenario will prompt grade 6–8 students to work collaboratively on analyzing problems, asking questions, posing hypotheses, and constructing solutions. KEY WORDS AND CONCEPTS: Moon phasesCROSSCUTTING CONCEPTS: Patterns and systems and system modelsThis co
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6th - 8th
"E.T. Hangman" is an alternative to hangman. It uses easy ways to draw, follows the same rules and is easily identifiable by name. On the slide, there are letters on the left side of the side, a "build" button and boxes for the hidden word at the bottom of the slide Click on a letter to highlight it and indicate that it has already been selected.Click the "build" button to build the spaceship. Click on the green squares to reveal the correctly guessed letters.During your class, divide the studen
AND NOW... for our FEATURE MUSICAL PRESENTATION....E.T. THE EXTRATERRESTRIAL (1982) COMPOSED BY JOHN WILLIAMSMovie music is a great way to continue teaching your students higher level listening and music comprehension skills. Imagine covering all of your required material while also using music that is unique and new to them instead of the same old tunes and songs. Give them something to think about as they watch their favorite sci-fi movies! And give them to the tools to analyze, decode, and un
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5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Fun introduction to points of view! Watch a quick clip from E.T. when characters meet (linked on handout). Then match the points of view with each character. Finally, write a description of the short scene from E.T.'s point of view, either first person or third person limited. E.T. the movie is from Universal, directed by Steven Spielberg.
Grades:
4th - 5th
The story "E.T." not only exams friendships but also the celebration of Halloween. Its general plot usually gives teachers the opportunity to use this lesson plan year-around.. Because it is a story about a boy becoming friends with an alien, several activities can be used with the theme of "Friendship."This lesson plan can be used for all grade levels (1-12) with changes made according to age group. The lessons are also appropriate for bilingual or ESL, EFL,ELD, with changes according to the
Through the scenario of an extra-terrestrial arriving at your school, students will apply the various topics in the Sociology Unit on Culture in a worksheet.
This is a long (2-3 hour) activity for advanced high school students or college students at the introductory level. The possibility of communicating with extraterrestrials is used as a "hook" to get students to use some algebra and estimation (Drake equation), to stretch their imaginations to look at our civilization from the outside (as they try to interpret the Voyager plaque and Arecibo message), and to actually search real-time radio signals to separate man-made artifacts from extraterrestri
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10th - 12th, Higher Education
Students learn about the planets of our solar system, moons and sun including physical characteristics, surface features, distance from Earth, atmospheric conditions etc... Afterwards, they are to create a 3-dimensional model of an E.T. that could potentially live on that planet, moon or star and present their finding to the class. Students will have an opportunity to give feedback to each student presentation. This is definitely a worthwhile project since students can use their creativity and
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4th - 10th
Students will learn about the different atmospheres of all of the planets in our solar system through research. They will use the information they gather to write a description of an extraterrestrial that they believe might live on the planet they choose. Students will also be given an opportunity to draw or build their extraterrestrial.
Grades:
3rd - 5th
Film Study booklet to hand out to students when watching ET: The Extra-Terrestrial.
Grades:
5th - 10th
3 ARTICLE BUNDLETEXT #1"URBAN LEGENDS" is a NONFICTION ARTICLE that explains POP CULTURE and URBAN LEGENDS. TEXT #2"ANOTHER URBAN LEGEND" is the story of a video game called "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial" made by Atari in 1982. Its reputation as "the WORST game ever made" and the rumor of unsold video games being buried in the desert turned it into an urban legend. Was it true? You'll have to read the article. TEXT #3"OLE WORM: THE GREAT DEBUNKER" is a nonfiction ARTICLE ABOUT OLE WORM, a scientis
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------For more background packs, click here!--------------------------------------------------------------------------------This background pack goes great with my Aliens clipart packs that can be found here! Our Alien Worlds vector clipart package has been made with love for the purpose of being used in digital products and printing, for in the classroom or at home! Backgrounds provided in this pack:Two planetsAlien field
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PreK - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Enjoy this adorable book trailer for E.T., now a Pop Classics illustrated storybook! Steven Spielberg’s classic sci-fi story of interplanetary friendship makes a perfect picture book for the whole family. When E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial was released in theaters back in 1982, its bittersweet story enchanted millions and the film surpassed Star Wars to become the highest-grossing movie of all time. Now the cinematic blockbuster is transformed into an illustrated storybook, with colorful, adorable
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READING & WRITING Comprehension - Analysis - Test Prep...................................................................TEXT #1"URBAN LEGENDS" is a NONFICTION ARTICLE that explains POP CULTURE and URBAN LEGENDS. TEXT #2ATARI - "ANOTHER URBAN LEGEND" is the story of a video game called "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial" made by Atari in 1982. Its reputation as "the WORST game ever made" and the rumor of unsold video games being buried in the desert turned it into an urban legend. Was it true? You'
I use this activity to teach Google Drawings line tools. The two best line tools for this assignment are the curve line and polyline tools. I do not allow my students to use the shape tools for this assignment. By the time we have progressed to this assignment, I feel that we are beyond using the shape tools.Google Classroom:1. Create a new assignment in Google Classroom.2. Upload Google Drawings E.T. Extraterrestrial.3. Students complete the assignment using Google Drawings.4. Students turn
Thank you for your interest in this journey through iconic American cinema! This product is a collection of writing & reflection prompts for cornerstone films produced between 1957 and the present, and is intended as a supplement to your unit. Chances are you don’t cover all of these films (the list is below), but this is an opportunity to purchase a bulk collection of prompts rather than individual selections (which are also offered if that suits your needs more effectively). Some of the ti
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6th - 12th
Spanish movie title trivia! Students determine the English movie titled based on the Spanish title. Spanish titles are official release titles from varying Spanish speaking countries and may not be direct translations.Perfect for fast finishers, Spanish Club, sub plans, etc. Includes printable activity and answer key.Movie titles featured:Black PantherLegally BlondeSpy KidsThe Nightmare Before ChristmasJurassic ParkThe IncrediblesMen in BlackTangledA Series of Unfortunate EventsGuardians of the
Grades:
7th - 12th

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