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Carefully select a film that, while it entertains, supports the Precede the movie with an introduction. This will place the film in proper context and provide helpful background #3: Give the students a film study worksheet to read before prior to starting the film with the instruction that they will be asked to answer the questions after the movie is completed. The worksheet focuses student attention on those aspects of the movie that related to the subjects being covered in #4: Show the movie and allow several 3 - 5 minute breaks for students to make #5: Upon completion of the film, engage the students in a discussion which uses the interest generated by the movie to stress facts or explore concepts necessary to meet curriculum #6: Assign homework which, also uses the interest generated by the film to stress facts or explore concepts necessary to meet curriculum standards.
Study one specific grammar rule and focus on it one at the time until you are fully aware and able to use it successfully. For example, if you are focusing on usage of verbs in the past tense, then you should study in detail its usage throughout the day. If you are not sure how to put a specific verb into past tense, you should resolve it by finding the correct answer during the day until you got it right. As time go, you will be able to know the correct verbs into past tense and thereafter you could move on to the next challenge with other grammar problems that you may be having.
Today, electronic devices like portable computers, mobile smart phones, tablets and PDAs are ubiquitous. The new generation is often rightly referred to as the "screened-age." And it is true that the majority of media and story-based content on the electronic devices that dominate our age is delivered through a screen, be it a movie screen, TV screen, computer screen or mobile phone screen. In every day use written text are being limited to the technical and the old-fashioned.
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