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Sunday, July 15, 2012

ESL Toolbox: find the script of a film

The label ESL teacher toolbox contains a list of on-line tools that facilitate the teachers' task.

Do you need  the script of a film? 

  • Go to the script-o-rama page and find out if the script is available (see link underneath).
  • Once you have found the script,  look for the except you need by going to EDIT (top tool bar) or by using the shortcut Ctrl +FThis will open a small window at the bottom of your page. Type a word/sentence that you know that appears in the except you need. 
  • Copy and paste the excerpt in Word (or similar).
Access the link HERE

Thanks to our teacher trainer Mike O'Neill for providing us with the link to this resource. Course 77 at the British Council Summer 2012.

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