In the last workshop I delivered on material writing, I invited the audience to customize their lessons through material development and I am happy to say I have received really good ideas! Alternatives I would never have thought of, and that's the whole point of this blog: sharing, learning and enriching.
To continue on this path, I'm sharing a great scene from the X men - Days of the past movie- What would you use it for? What would you teach with this dynamic scene?
I'll let you know what I used it for but first, I look forward to listening to your ideas!
Check all the things the boy had done before the bullets hit the wall.
He put on his headphones, his glasses.
He tried some sauce.
He hit the policeman.
He touch another policeman's cheek.
He threw a plate.
He made a policeman hit himself.
He put on a cap and changed the bullet's trajectory.
Will this scene help you explain the use of past perfect in a clear way? I believe so.
Do you agree?