Eman Ismail 1 Oct. 2022 Grade 10 Lights, Camera, Action
Intermediate - Grade 10 level
To provide gist and detailed reading practice using a text about Lights, Camera, Action in the context of film review
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of film genres and which type to prefer more and why?
Procedure (45-55 minutes)
1- The teacher tells students about her favourite movie. Why? 2- The teacher shows students a group of different well-known movies, then asks students to ask and discuss together what kind of film they think each one is. 3- which three criteria from the list below are most important? Why? - plot - soundtrack - happy ending - well-known actors - special effects - scenery
1- teacher sets the flashcards on the WB and asks students (which of these words are you familiar with? 2- teacher will use PowerPoint to elicit some of the new vocabularies from the students. The vocabularies are ( film buff- footage-inundated- unravel- pterosaur) - film buff:( noun) a person who is very interested in and knowledgeable about films. - synonyms : cinemaphile, filmophile. -footage:/ˈfʊtɪdʒ/ (noun) part of a film showing a particular event. -inundated :/ˈɪnʌndeɪt/ (verb) to give or send somebody so many things that they cannot deal with them all. - synonyms: overwhelm, swamp. -unravel :/ʌnˈrævl/( verb) unravel (something) to explain something that is difficult to understand or is mysterious; to become clearer or easier to understand. synonyms: dissolve, loosen pterosaur: /ˈtɛrəsɔː/a fossil flying reptile of the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, with membranous wings supported by a greatly lengthened fourth finger.
01- The teacher asks students to read the first four lines, then I will ask them: a) what type of text is this? - Film review b) where might you find this article? - in a magazine or website. c) what is its purpose? - to inform people about the films that National Geographic Entertainment has to offer. D) who do you think might read it? - Film buffs or whoever is interested in National Geographic content. 2- 1-I will set the purpose of reading clearly by telling students that they are reading to match the photographs with their names individually. 3- The teacher asks students some ICQs : a-are you going to answer in groups or individually? - individually. b- will read very quickly or in detail? - very quickly ( skimming) c- How many minutes do you have? - 5 minutes 3- The teacher will discuss answers with students and then show the answer key on the board.
1- The teacher asks students to go back to the text and scan it; to read for details to answer exercise (D) individually. 3- The teacher asks students some ICQs : a-are you going to answer in groups or individually? - individually. b- will read very quickly or in detail? - very quickly ( skimming) c- How many minutes do you have? - 5 minutes 3- The teacher will discuss answers with students and then show the answer key on the board.
1- I will set a communicative goal at the beginning of the task and ask students to work into two groups to compete who would analyze the movie better. 2- The teacher sets a video and asks students to fill out the worksheet, and at the end, we will judge who described it better. 3- The teacher gives her feedback by correcting any grammatical or spelling mistakes that students have made within the task.