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  • Video:  “Ormie,  the  pig”   Skill:  speaking                                                                                                                                                                                                    Level:  4th  Secondary  Education     “Ormie the pig” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EUm-vAOmV1o BEFORE WATCHING THE VIDEO 1. In pairs. Write the name under the picture. a broom - a stool - a pile of books - an ironing board - a bowling ball - a pile of boxes a trampoline - a plunger - a mechanical saw - a swing - a ramp - a rappel belt a bike - a pole - a fishing pole - a rocket - a plane - an unbrella 2. In pairs. Write the correct word next to its definition. • a large brush with a long handle, used for sweeping floors • a seat that has three or four legs, but no back or arms: • a tool for clearing waste that is blocking a kitchen or bathroom pipe. It consists of a straight handle with a rubber cup on the end. • a long thin pole with a long string and a hook attached to it, used for catching fish 3. Choose one of the words in exercise 1 and write your own definition. Read it aloud so that your classmates can guess what it is. 4. Which of the objects in exercise 1 would you use if you needed something which is on top of a fridge? II wwoouulldd uussee aa…… bbeeccaauussee // ssiinnccee //aass iitt iiss…… Ormie is a Pig, in every sense of the word. “Pig see cookie. Pig want cookie”. But they are out of reach… or are they? See Ormie’s attempts to gain the warm sweet taste that is his obsession. Watch the short film that has film festival audiences laughing and cheering. Ormie has garnered 8 Festival Awards including Best Short Film (Savannah FF 2010, Palm Springs Int’l Shorts Fest 2010, Sprockets 2010, Seattle Int’l FF 2010) and the Audience Award (New York Int’l Children’s FF 2011). Source: http://bilingualiesae.files.wordpress.com
  • Video:  “Ormie,  the  pig”   Skill:  speaking                                                                                                                                                                                                    Level:  4th  Secondary  Education     AFTER WATCHING THE VIDEO 5. SPEAKING. In groups (2-3) answer the following questions. Then, choose a representative and share your views with the rest of the class. It is forbidden to use the following words and expresiones: yes, in my opinion, sad. 1. What would you do to get something? 2. Have you tried something a lot and you failed? How did you feel? 3. Do you think that this short has a message? Which one?   If  you  ask  me…   In  my  view…   To  my  mind…   To  be  honest…   I  feel…   As  far  as  I  am  concerned…   To  be  honest…   From  my  point  of  view…   Sure Certainly Of course Definitely Absolutely