Teach English Using Harry Potter Movies

Without doubt, using movies to teach English can be fun and engaging to students. With visual and audio appeal factor, students will be easily hooked. However, it largely depends on the type of movie as well as the connection to the objectives of a lesson. Here, there are three simple worksheets on vocabulary and comprehension questions worksheets which can be modified to suit students of lower-intermediate level. These worksheets are collected from ESLGalaxy.com. Do visit the site for more useful worksheets.

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  1. Norasikin says:

    always use the subtitle hahahah

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  3. wans says:

    Two ears should be as sharp as one eye.

  4. BK says:

    I think this is a great idea. I was planning for a learning English through movie session too; it should be fun doing that.

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  6. Fatimi Estar says:

    it is a brilliant idea…we can always adapt this to any other movies especially the children movies which are simpler with easier to understand dialogues.

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  8. IPGteacher says:

    Personally, I grew up with these movies..these British-accent movies and I got caught up in imitate how they pronounce every words..same goes to American movies but I prefer British movies..

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