It has quite a few up-to-date movies that are reasonably easy to access. You can search for a particular name or browse by genre or by alphabetical listing.
There's a landing page with a few ads on before you get to the actual script link, but one you get to the script it's reasonably easy to print or copy for you students.
As I said, there are lots of ways you can use these scripts:
- Get students to learn and act them out
- get students to read parts of the script and try to imaging the way the actor would say the lines (what kinds of emotions they would express through the words etc) then watch the films and compare.
- Get students to watch the film and follow + analyse language
- Get students to listen and mark on any features of pronunciation
- Get students to listen the film and try to imitate pronunciation and record themselves
- Use small parts as reading activities
- You could cut and paste the script into something like CuePrompter and get them to read lines from it that way.
I hope you and your students enjoy them. Here you can find activities for exploiting movies
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- Subtitling your video clips
- Transcribed Videos for EFL ESL
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- Free Educational TV Channels
- Open source video animation
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