Divided in 4 parts.
For lower-level students
From 7 to 11 years old.
“Some days, when you’re having tea with a very large pink rabbit, strange things can happen,” Kelly thought, just before everything started to get very odd indeed.
Kelly and the Peculiar Pink Rabbit is a short film, loosely inspired by Cinderella, Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland – among others. The film is adapted from our stage play “Kelly’s Day Out”. It can be used entirely separately from the play or in conjunction with it.
We meet Kelly, a naturally happy 12-year-old girl, who is bullied by her much older brothers, Peter and Paul. One day, when she’s very frustrated with everything, she sees a large rabbit who gives her a bag as a present. There seems to be nothing in the bag, except for the very one thing that she most needs at any particular time.
After a series of adventures, she returns home with a greater strength to stand up to her brothers.
Kelly and the Peculiar Pink Rabbit is a comedy, in our house style, and it comes with a class activity pack. The pack includes both audio-visual and printed material with a full range of language activities related to the short film. It also includes suggestions for use.
The film breaks neatly into four parts but can be easily divided further, as you choose, or it can be seen all at once as an online “short film”.
All our ETC Clickacts are aimed to be both entertaining and useful. They can be used whenever you want and as many times as you want, within the period you have chosen.
(We do have security measures in force to safeguard misuse by others but this will not limit your freedom at all)
Put together in parts for you to decide how much you watch at any one time
Including a full pack of activities and exercises focussing on comprehension, language, themes and skills work
Online workshops; guided by one of our trained, native English – speaking, professional actors
For lower intermediate - intermediate students
For higher intermediate and advanced students
High School and Adults
For higher intermediate and advanced students.
For High School and Adult learners.
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