I’ve just found more another optical illusion powerpoint on my hard drive.
I don’t know where it came from or who made it, or how I got it.
It’s an old favourite and perfect for a warmer, filler or just for when you have nothing else.
To get the most out of it
- Put students in pairs
- Have them discuss each one for a couple of minutes
- Ask for feedback.
You don’t have to do this for each one, but it will allow students to speak and produce more English.
Click the link below to download it.
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Here’s another PowerPoint warmer, filler or cooler for your English lesson. If you can’t be bothered to read the short blog – download the ppt file here. https://chrisspeck.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/rockwell.ppt
This week I’ve been talking about the paintings of the American painter Norman Rockwell. His pictures are great for generating conversation and speculation, although they are quite culturally ‘American’.
You can just show the ppt to your students, but it’s much better if you put students in pairs and ask them to answer the following questions.
– Describe what you see in the picture.
– Can you tell each other the ‘story’ in the picture?
Lots of these pictures reveal more about themselves the more you look at them and the story comes to life the more questions you ask. For example, why is the huge sailor getting another girl’s name tattooed on his arm? What is the expression on his face, it’s not happiness, is it?