The Emma BBC mini-series is another movie that we watched for improving SAT vocabulary and reading skills.
Watching Emma BBC to improve your SAT reading score
The Emma BBC television mini-series doesn’t seem to stick as closely to the original as the Pride and Prejudice BBC series.[link] The vocabulary isn’t is advanced. So while this television miniseries is a good to the plot of the novel, it’s a drawback of you’re trying to improve your vocabulary from movies without reading the books. In either case, my girls were greatly amused by watching Dumbledore (from the Harry Potter movies, Michael Gambon) play the part of Emma’s father, Mr. Woodhouse.
Before watching Emma BBC miniseries
Before you watch Emma, read my tips on how watch movies to improve your SAT score.
I watched all of these movies with my teen girls in mind. However, sensitives vary. If you have any question about a movie, the reviews on Common Sense Media are an excellent resource.
After watching EMMA BBC miniseries
The BBC miniseries version of Emma doesn’t seem to have an extensive vocabulary, the but novel Emma is an excellent book to improve your vocabulary and reading skills and has an ATOS readability level of 9.3.
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