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These activities are useful for B1/ B1+ students. No wonder, learning English from films is the most enjoyable and motivating process, it gives a visual context and natural expressions, makes language bright and flexible.
"Curly Sue" is a well-known film, with meaningful topics to be disccussed and a variety of vocabulary to be studied. It will greatly develop students' communicative skills and practise listening.
I have created the following tasks:
Fill in the chart below:
Part I . Find synonyms to the following words and word combinations. Refer a dictionary if necessary
Part II. Give context to the following words and expressions from the film. Make up your own sentences with these word combinations
Part III. Who said this? When and what?
Part IV. Fill in the following text with words and expressions from the movie.
Part V. Discuss the events of the movie you have watched:
- Imagine you are Sue. Write a paragraph for your diary about what your day is like.-
- Write down a paragraph to comment on the following: Who has never tasted bitter, knows not what is sweet.
enjoy working :)