This is another lovely animated movie. This scene is perfect to talk about childhood memories. I. Work in pairs: Your teacher will read some words out loud. Tell each other what memories come to your mind when you think about your childhood.
This lesson plan is designed around Seconds of Beauty a short film competition sponsored by Montblanc and the theme of moments. Students watch a short film, describe moments, speak about beautiful moments and create their own one-second videos.
David Corp's insight:
Last week I suggested that teachers might like to exploit mobile tech in the summer intensive courses. This lesson is an interesting way for students to use their phones (or ipads or whatever).
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