Movie Segments to Assess Grammar Goals contains a series of movie segments and activities to assess or practice grammar points through fun, challenging exercises. Here you will find the movie segments, the lesson plans, printable worksheets with answer key for each activity, and the tips to develop your own grammar activities with the DVDs you have at home. New activities are posted regularly. Teaching grammar with movie segments is inspiring and highly motivating.
Oct 22, 2011
A Bug's Life: Pre-Determiners - Such, What
This is such an interesting animation. I used this scene to teach pre-determiners - such and what. My lesson was contextualized and fun.
PRE-DETERMINERS: SUCH, WHAT
These words are normally placed before the indefinite article.
Such and what are often used to express surprise or other emotions:
a. What a lovely day!
b. She's such a lovely woman!
c. What an incredible film!
d. He's such a fantastic guitarist!
I. Watch the movie segment and choose one of the adjectives provided to complete the sentences, according to the movie. Then rewrite the sentences, using the pre-determiner in parentheses and the adjective you have chosen. Follow the examples in the introduction.
1. Ants are very (organized/intelligent/agile) insects.