Famous films

We must encourage our students to participate in our classes. Activities, tasks, projects... should be designed bearing in mind their different styles and preferences.People learn in different ways and by providing our students varied inputs relating to different senses and different intelligence types (click on multiple intelligence), we will be offering them more effective learning opportunities.
The other day, we were talking about films and they did this activity that has to do with visual intelligence 

They had to:
-identify the films above
-say what kind of films they are
-choose one and write about its plot, main characters and review.

Once they have done it, they will create a mind map about films just here

They will include:
-different types of films
-films posters
-a link to Wikipedia
-another link to a site with interesting information (plot summary, video clip...)
-their opinion

Students' works coming soon.

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2 Responses to Famous films

  1. Mayte says:

    Hi Ana,

    This activity is great to work with visual learners as a way of warm-up, and at the same time they are planning their writing, looking for information on the web, etc.
    I take note of the link you've provided about the human being and the effective element. It's really helpful.

  2. Hi Mayte,
    Accepting our students' differences can help us learn and be better techers; this must be the reason why I like Multiple Intelligences so much.
    Glad you think the link may be of some help.We have been working on this website about humanistic approaches for a long time.

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