Vocabulary Development Powered By Film Credits for English as a Second Language Students


“When everyone thinks alike, then nobody thinks. – Walter Lippman

The development of technology plays a dynamic role in the evolution of media presentations an outdated technology to contemporary music for your messages to reach all individual consumers. As a result, the media are obviously making observed changes between the genre, such as films that show complex to impress the public structures. In addition, you can see that movie posters to their final credits are invisible factors that tend to be very educational for the acquisition of English as imaginative and seriously by language the language of the teachers. This awareness inventive anchor with the theory of media education supporting this material to improve language skills and communication students. This concept we find a solid idea of ​​the characteristics of each film not only function as a simple entertainment and could be noticeable in the exercise of the language. In other words, each element having interact or develop teaching strategies. One of its important components are known as end credits not limited to distribution and crew list is at the end of a movie. To be able to explain their pedagogical value, an example passing from an Edge of Darkness movie. Generic end of the film have been dissected as inputs for innovative vocabulary teaching through a series of interplaying tasks constructed with simple words, collocations, phrases, clauses and sentences.


The material is an end edge under the credit direction of the black film produced in 2010 by the film crew, Warner Bros.


Mel Gibson – Mr. Tom Craven Bojana Novakovic – Emma Craven, daughter of Mr. Craven Damian Young – Senator Jim Pine Caterina Scorsone – Melissa Wayne Duvall – Chief of Police Gbenga Akinnagbe – Detective Darcy Jones Paul Sparks Northampton Christy Scott Cashman – Detective Vicki Hurd
Gordon Peterson – Investigator
Timothy Sawyer -Dr. sawyer
Molly Schreiber – Reporter
Charles Harrington – neighbor
Lisa Hughes – news presenter
Charlie Alejandro – Boston Police
Cindi Alex – driver
Terry Conforti – wife of Senator Pine
Nicholas Grava-basketball player
Dan Marshall – Visit to the hospital
Robert Masiello – businessman
Gary Roscoe – first page editor
Reporter Edward Stanley -Radio
Vyvian friends Stevens Tom Craven
Darryl Wooten -Reportero TV News
Adam Zalt – Business Traveler