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1 WATCH, SING AND LEARN Teaching English Through Videos and Songs Carlos Gontow

2 Note: I can’t include the songs or videos in the Power Point presentation for copyright reasons. Most of them are easy to be found on the Internet. If you have questions, contact me at Thanks, Carlos Gontow

3 A: Hello, old friend B: Hello, old friend A: It’s really good to see you once again Hello, old friend B: Hello, old friend A: Really good to see you A & B: Once again

4 - great source of authentic language Using videos and songs - motivating and fun - a fabulous learning experience - hard work to prepare - show students that they can watch and listen to real things and understand

5 Keep your eyes open! Where to find videos and songs?

6 Can we find songs and videos for any level? Keep your eyes open!

7 FACIAL EXPRESSIONS AND GESTURES Select short scenes from movies. Watch the videos and copy the facial expressions and gestures you see.

8 Watch the videos again. How are the people feeling?

9 “I have to go to the bank.” Watch the videos again. Say the sentence above many times, copying the gestures and facial expressions.

10 Select scenes from movies or TV shows. Show students the dialog (a short one) Ask them how they would say that. They can practice the dialog in pairs. Then show the movie scene for them to compare. Use different scenes.

11

12 Fred Casely Roxy Hart Amos Billy Flin

13 In this scene from the movie “Chicago,” Roxy and Billy are talking to a group of journalists. Watch it and write the questions that are missing. Write the lyrics of the song. Students watch it and write down the questions.

14 What’s the difference? Brasil Brazil mel anel pastel azul will well call sold

15 Understandable, understandable Yes, it’s perfectly understandable Comprehensible, comprehensible Not a bit reprehensible It’s so defensible Play this part of the song again. Students practice the /l/ sound.

16 The “th” sounds We have to “convince” students of the correct articulation. Show pictures or videos where we can see people pronouncing the th sound. Check at Key words: carlos gontow th

17 Using songs for drills Short extracts Repetition of the same sound /ᶞ/ The “th” sounds

18 They both reached for the gun Sing this part of the song again, paying attention to the th sound

19 Songs with everybody, nobody, anybody, etc Good to teach the use of the third person singular.

20 Everybody makes mistakes Everybody has those days 1, 2, 3, 4 Everybody makes mistakes Everybody has those days Everybody knows what, what I’m talking about Everybody gets that way That’s right Everybody makes mistakes Everybody has those days Everybody knows what, what I’m talking about Everybody gets that way Hannah Montana’s “Nobody’s Perfect”

21 Yeah Nobody’s perfect I gotta work it again and again till I get it right Nobody’s perfect You live and you learn it ‘Cause everybody makes mistakes Oh, nobody’s perfect

22 Have you noticed anything? Which verbs follow the words nobody and everybody?

23 Everybody makes mistakes Everybody has those days 1, 2, 3, 4 Everybody makes mistakes Everybody has those days Everybody knows what, what I’m talking about Everybody gets that way That’s right Everybody makes mistakes Everybody has those days Everybody knows what, what I’m talking about Everybody gets that way

24 Yeah Nobody’s perfect I gotta work it again and again till I get it right Nobody’s perfect You live and you learn it ‘Cause everybody makes mistakes Oh, nobody’s perfect

25 Everybody ______________ to rule the world. wants

26 Everybody, everybody Everybody _________ to be a cat Hallelujah Everybody, everybody Everybody _________ to be a cat Everybody, everybody Everybody _________ to be a cat wants

27 And now it’s your turn! With a partner, write three sentences using nobody, everybody, everybody, anybody, etc.

28 Past Tense – final ed Work on the three ways to pronounce it: /d/ /t/ / I d/

29 And while she tried to be a star

30 Tony always tended bar across the crowded floor

31 And while she tried to be a star, Tony always tended bar across the crowded floor

32 They worked from 8 till four

33 He was escorted to his chair

34 And when she finished

35 He called her over

36 And when she finished, he called her over

37 Tony sailed across the bar

38 And chairs were smashed in two

39 But that was thirty years ago when they used to have a show

40 Still in the dress she used to wear

41 And now let’s sing!

42 Her name was Lola, she was a showgirl With yellow feathers in her hair and a dress cut down to there She would merengue and do the cha-cha And while she tried to be a star, Tony always tended bar Across the crowded floor, they worked from 8 till 4 They were young and they had each other Who could ask for more?

43 At the Copa, Copacabana (Copacabana) The hottest spot north of Havana (here) At the Copa, Copacabana Music and passion were always the fashion At the Copa....they fell in love Copa, Copacabana

44 His name was Rico, he wore a diamond He was escorted to his chair, he saw Lola dancing there And when she finished, he called her over But Rico went a bit too far, Tony sailed across the bar And then the punches flew and chairs were smashed in two There was blood and a single gun shot But just who shot who?

45 At the Copa, Copacabana (Copacabana) The hottest spot north of Havana (here) At the Copa, Copacabana Music and passion were always the fashion At the Copa....she lost her love Copa, Copacabana

46 Her name is Lola, she was a showgirl But that was 30 years ago, when they used to have a show Now it's a disco, but not for Lola Still in the dress she used to wear, faded feathers in her hair She sits there so refined, and drinks herself half-blind She lost her youth and she lost her Tony Now she's lost her mind!

47 At the Copa, Copacabana (Copacabana) The hottest spot north of Havana (here) At the Copa, Copacabana Music and passion were always the fashion At the Copa... don't fall in love (Copa) Don't fall in love Copacabana, Copacabana, Copacabana

48 Song “If You Were Gay” – good to teach the second conditional

49 Are you a Jellicle cat? Use the song “Jellicle Cats” from the musical “Cats” to work on question formation

50 Songs with used to

51 I WILL SURVIVE Gloria Gaynor It took all the strength I had not to fall apart Kept trying hard to mend the pieces of my broken heart And I spent, oh, so many nights just feeling sorry for myself I used to cry, but now I hold my head up high And you see me, somebody new I'm not that chained up little person still in love with you

52 THIS USED TO BE MY PLAYGROUND Madonna This used to be my playground This used to be my childhood dream This used to be the place I ran to Whenever I was in need of a friend Why did it have to end?

53 LOVE ME LIKE YOU USED TO Tanya Tucker We used to be each other's inspiration When it only took my touch to turn you on So love me like you used to When our love was brand new And darling when we're through You can love me again And hold me like you want to Instead of like you have to Love me like you used to love me When you used to love me

54 THE WAY THINGS USED TO BE Cory Morrow The way things used to be Wasn’t so long ago for me The way things used to be Wasn’t so long ago for me

55 I USED TO LOVE HER Guns and Roses I used to love her But I had to kill her I used to love her Mm, yeah But I had to kill her I had to put her six feet under And I can still hear her complain

56 And now it’s time for a story! A love story!

57 Now they see each other again... And it all comes back... A man and a woman were in love 18 years ago. Song “S.O.S” from “Mamma Mia”

58 Play the lines that contain “ used to” and have students write them. Then sing along.

59 Relative clauses Song: You’re the One That I Want

60 ‘Cause the power you’re suplying is electrifying.

61 ‘Cause the power is electrifying. You’re suplying the power. ‘Cause the power that you’re suplying is electrifying. ‘Cause the power (that) you’re suplying is electrifying.

62 Danny: I’d better shape up ‘cause you need a man Sandy:I need a man who can keep me satisfied

63 Danny: I’d better shape up ‘cause you need a man Sandy:I need a man who can keep me satisfied Sandy:I need a man. The man can keep me satisfied Sandy:I need a man who can keep me satisfied

64 You’re the one that I want (You are the one for) Ooh ooh ooh, honey The one that I want (You are the one for) Ooh ooh ooh, honey The one that I want (You are the one for) Ooh ooh ooh The one I need (What I need) Oh, yes indeed (Yes, indeed)

65 You’re the one. I want you. You’re the one who I want. You’re the one that I want. You’re the one I want.

66 The one I need You’re the one. I need you. You’re the one who I need. You’re the one that I need. You’re the one I need. The one I need

67 Guess it’s better to say Good bye to you Oh, oh, oh Good bye, baby (Good bye, baby) So long, darling Good bye to you Oh, oh, oh

68 Thank you! Carlos Gontow orkut: Carlos Gontow youtube: carlos gontow


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