Tea on TV

For our final tea-themed post this month, we’re looking to exploit the artistic and creative talents of our students. They’ll be storyboarding an ad using some of the the same elements that appear in this actual commercial from Japan, which they don’t get to see until the end. Hopefully, it’ll be as surprising as it is funny…

Click here for theĀ Teacher’s Notes.

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6 Comments on “Tea on TV”

  1. […] For our final tea-themed post this month, we're looking to exploit the artistic and creative talents of our students. They'll be storyboarding an ad using some of the the same elements that appear …  […]

  2. […] For our final tea-themed post this month, we're looking to exploit the artistic and creative talents of our students. They'll be storyboarding an ad using some of the the same elements that appear …  […]

  3. […] For our final tea-themed post this month, we're looking to exploit the artistic and creative talents of our students. They'll be storyboarding an ad using some of the the same elements that appear …  […]

  4. […] For our final tea-themed post this month, we're looking to exploit the artistic and creative talents of our students. They'll be storyboarding an ad using some of the the same elements that appear …  […]

  5. eflnotes says:

    hi guys

    just a quick comment to say used this with my multi-media students and it went well; though they needed more than 15mins to come up with storyboards;

    also added one comprehension question asking them what two reasons weren’t mentioned in your worksheet;

    been using camera shots as a lesson plan a number of times before and this one really complements one i made in the past and it probably will eventually replace that one!

    cheers :)

    mura

    • All.at.C says:

      Hi Mura,

      Glad you liked it and thanks for the comments. We like people playing around with our worksheets too. Nothing’s written in stone on this blog!

      All the best,

      Tom and Steve


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