El Monstruo del Armario Movie Talk Pack

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Placido Language Resources
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8th - 12th
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short and sweet and very useable. I was able to embed the slides and the worksheet and the film into my powerpoint lesson taught via zoom in about 15".
This is a great MovieTalk to do around Halloween. I also add this to my supernatural unit that we do in the spring time. A fun video with engaging activities
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Based on Pablo Conde's 2009 film short, El Monstruo del Armario, this resource allows you to use this compelling story to the fullest.

2 simple readings. One is a more limited vocabulary written in present tense, while the other is a slightly more expanded vocabulary written in past tense.
Slideshow of screen shots from the film to assist you in telling the story prior to viewing the film.
Slideshow with captions to use as a teacher script or as a post-viewing whole-class reading (you could also print and bind together as a booklet for your class library!
Graphic-novel style readings.
Assessment/activity with answer key.
ALL activities and readings are available in past and present tense to allow you to use in multiple levels!

Warning: There is nothing in this film that would be considered inappropriate for middle or high school, it definitely has a bit of a "startle" factor and is suspenseful. Please preview before teaching!

The film can be seen here:

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Total Pages
56 pages
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Teaching Duration
3 days
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