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A bucket list is great fun! Imagine a list full of things you would like to do in your life, such as places you’d like to visit or food you’d like to taste. It’s like a list of promises to yourself. What would be on yours?
In your opinion, what is the relationship between the characters?
Guess why the title of the film is The Bucket List.
DVD sleeve (front) for The Bucket List, directed by Rob Reiner, 2007.
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Exercice 2 : A plot summary
Read the DVD sleeve. Were you right about the title? Can you find more details about the characters and the story?
Write a list of activities; which ones will the characters achieve?
Create a dream bucket list for the class! Places to go, people to meet, things to do…
DVD sleeve for The Bucket List
You only live once, so why not go out in style?
That’s what two cancerward roommates, a billionaire (Jack Nicholson) and a mechanic (Morgan Freeman), decide when they get the bad news. They compose a bucket list - things to do before you kick the bucket - and head off for the around - the - world adventure of their lives. Sky dive? Check. Drive a Mustang round a race track? Check. Gaze at the pyramid of Khufu? Check. Discover the joy in their lives before it’s too late? Check!
“A perfect remedy to the hype of the season”
DVD sleeve (back) for The Bucket List, directed by Rob Reiner, 2007.
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Exercice 3 : Mind reading
Look at the illustration: what information can you gather from it?
Listen to the conversation and write down keywords.
Tick off what Jenny will complete. What won’t she manage to do? Why?
Spot the different polite ways to say hello, ask questions and say goodbye.
Why was Mrs Crystal Clearsight destined to do this job?
I want a little bucket of water, not a bottle!
Betty Botter bought a bit of butter; “But,” she said, “this butter’s bitter!”
Observe: I will go somewhere exotic, I’ll meet someone nice from Spain and I will do something special for Christmas: go to New Zealand!
Think: Do the words in bold refer to something specific?
Practise: Work in pairs. Think of ideas for a great Christmas bucket list!
You will be happy.
Roleplay a mind reading session
Use Video. Visit a fortune-teller and roleplay a mind reading session.
How far can you go?
A1+ I can ask or answer basic questions. A2 I can make enigmatic predictions. A2+ I can react spontaneously.
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