Long-term plan unit: 7.3A Entertainment and Media (Language with content)
Recommended prior knowledge
Theme of the lesson:
Learning objectives(s) that this lesson is contributing to
- R2 understand independently specific information and detail in short, simple texts on a limited range of general and curricular topics
- W3 write with some support about personal feelings and opinions on a limited range of familiar general and curricular topics
- S3 give an opinion at sentence and discourse level on an increasing range of general and curricular topics
All learners will be able to:
Speak in general about film genres
Most learners will be able to:
Give opinion about film genres and their favourite film
Some learners will be able to:
Talk and answer the questions about entertainment and film genres in details.
Targeted vocabulary: cameo, documentary, usher, blockbuster, sequel, plot, genre, character,
Learners have met this learning objective if they can
- Get acquainted with film genres.
- Talk about film genres and favourite film star
- Work in groups of two, choose one film, research it and present the information to the class in the form of the film review
Values are instilled by teaching learners to respect each other’s opinions
Cross curricular links
The lesson is tightly connected with Geography
· Internet skills, creating learning activities using ICT, skills of writing in PPT
Space and Earth
Planned activities (replace the notes below with your planned activities)
Who am I?
In this game, the leader prepares cards with famous people's names on them. The leader tapes one card on the back of each member. Then everyone pretends they are at a party and asks each other questions to find out their own identities. When someone guesses their own name correctly, the name-tag gets taped to their front and they continue to chat with the party guests until everyone is wearing the nametag on the front.
Teacher starts the lesson with objectives.
Work with Vocabulary.
Teacher displays some phrases and adjectives for describing films.
Teacher prepares some cards with questions.
Students get a minute for preparation. And they speak two minutes.
Tree of knowledge
A sketch of a bare tree is drawn on the paper. Each pupil has a leaf shaped piece of paper. On it they write as briefly as possible what has been the most important thing they have learnt in the lesson – preferably one word. Pupils in turn stick their leaf on the tree and say what is on the leaf. Pupils then reflect on everyone's answers as they look at the tree.