It's not Christmas without sharing an enjoyable holiday tradition with your students - the movie Elf! Elf is the perfect movie to show students during the month of December when their attentions are waning and final exams are approaching.
Use this movie guide to keep students focused, engaged, and thinking with visual texts when you have extra time, on days when you need to leave sub plans, or when occasions like ugly sweater day arise - and you know your kiddos will be thinking about anything and everything except your rigorous lesson plan.
This movie guide is designed just like a comprehension guide for a short story. It contains chronological questions that require students to pull out specific facts, to make inferences, to make connections to the real world, and to analyze important underlying messages.
The Elf movie guide has 50 questions total that span over three pages.
It also has small coloring features in the bottom right hand corner for students who enjoy doodling and coloring as they listen. A complete answer key is included. Just print and teach!
This movie guide is meant to accompany the 2003 version of Elf starring Will Ferrell.
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