Ismail Ismail

Straightforward level


In this lesson, students will be introduced to new vocabulary related to films. After the lead-in, which is a picture to set the context, student work together to come up with named of films they have watched.


Abc Handout

Main Aims

  • To teach vocabulary in the context of types of movies

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide speaking practice in the context of types of movies


Lead in (4-7 minutes) • To set the context for the lesson and get students focused

T shows Ss a picture of people watching a movie and asks them to guess where they are and what they do. Then, Teacher suggests to Ss to play a game in order to check the vocabulary they already know: Her is the game- Snowball: First student Names one type of a film that he/she knows. Then throw the ball to another student, who, in turn, repeats everything his/her friends had said and add one more.

Highlighting the target language (4-6 minutes) • To provide context for and highlight the target language

T gives Ss pictures of movies and asks SS to match each pictures with the word/type of the movie. T monitors and takes notes while Ss do the task. Then, Ss share their answers with their partner and tell the teacher. T writes answers on WB. T offers feedback if needed

Clarifying the target language (4-8 minutes) • To clarify meaning and form so Ss know how to use the words

At this points, Teacher uses Ss answers (previously and clearly written) on WB and starts clarifying each vocab. ( Teacher follows the rule -MFP) Vocabulary to be introduced: Comedy Horror Love story science fiction carton western thriller Once this done, teacher drill each word collectively and then individually.

Pronunciation (4-8 minutes) • To help students practice saying types of movies

T prepares sentences with types of movies (learned in this lesson) and practice them with students. First, collectively and then individually

Controlled practice (4-6 minutes) • To allow students to use the target language

T puts Ss into A and B pairs. Ask student A to turn to page 138, and student B to page 135. Ss take turns to ask each questions. At the end, ask a few students to summarize what they partner said.

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