Slapstick film often has engaging scenes to show to English Language Learners and for them to write and talk about what they saw. In fact, as I’ve previously written, I remember being shocked when I first showed some old silent slapstick films to my students and found that most of them had seen them already in refugee camps where they had lived (and I remember being shocked again when students in my mainstream classes saw the videos on my desk and had never heard of the films).
But slapstick doesn’t just belong to old films. Here a short commercial that I’m sure my ELL’s will enjoy and talk and write about:
Thanks to Adverblog for the tip.