1. Elicit
2. Group Work
Next, you need some pictures, one per group of three. Select some pictures
which might be suggestive of stories for movies. It's a good idea to try and
select  one action picture, one romantic picture, one comedy
picture, one horror picture etc. to match as many film genres
as possible.  Try to choose larger pictures- poster size- because they will
be put up on the walls around the classroom.
Distribute the pictures and and tell the students to answer the above questions
about  their pictures in note form.
3. Speaking
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       Magic Lesson- create a plot 

       Finally, put the  "movie posters" up around the walls of the classroom. Ask
one student from  each group of three students to remain with his or her picture  with the "movie notes".  The other two students walk around the room asking the questions above and choose the best movie story. At the end of the activity
count up the votes  to find a winner.
First,  draw a suggestive picture
on the board  and write the question template below.

Title:                 ??????
Location:         ??????
Main Characters: ?????
2 Main Events:  ????
Ending:      ?????????                 

Then elicit  first the questions
and then answers  imagining the students were entering a competition   to  create a scenario for  a movie . The only guideline is that the picture is central to the movie. This is a fun and  class warming exercise.