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Intermediate level


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Main Aims

  • The main aim is for students to learn and practice vocabulary in the context of films or cinema.

Subsidiary Aims

  • The sub aim is for students to focus on speaking about the subject of films or cinema


Warmer/Lead-in (5-5 minutes) • To set the aim of the lesson context on the topic

T welcomes the Ss to the lesson. Opens a powerpoint presentation shows pictures to guess the subject of the lesson T gets feedback from Ss on the topic they have to learn

Pre- teaching vocabulary (5-7 minutes) • To provide context for the target language through the given words

T Ss T shows one word at a time for students from the powerpoint to pronounce and learn the meaning of the words. Ss T reply by repeating the words they hear, until the T is satisfied they are pronounced correctly

Controlled Practice (8-11 minutes) • Understand the vocabulary definitions through listening

T asks Ss to do the exercise from the powerpoint individually: page 159, ex 2a. Ss students write their answers to the exercise. T-Ss The exercise is checked from the listening audio, page 159 2b Ss-T Students give feed back on any definitions they were unsure about.

Pair work activity (10-12 minutes) • To understand what movie genres students know

T-Ss T gives Ss exercise 1a, page 159 T-Ss T explains that they have to match pictures with the vocabulary in pairs in the breakout room Ss-T When Ss return from the breakout room they will give their answers. T-Ss T plays the audio of the text for Ss to check their answers Ss-T Ss give feedback on their answers to T, whether correct or incorrect.

Clarification (8-10 minutes) • To provide students with free practice of topic.

T-Ss T asks Ss to look at the question below 1b, page 159 T- Ss T shows Powerpoint slide with questions on the topic learnt PW S-S Ss go to their breakoutrooms to discuss their questions and answers Ss-T Ss will report on what their partners discussed Ss-T If there is enought time Ss can ask T the same questions

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