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RandallV RandallV, 2012-04-30
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Język angielski, Scenariusze

scenariusz lekcji z języka angielskiego

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AIMS
- to create the context / introduce the topic
- to raise students’ interest and motivation in the topic through using authentic
- to make students familiar with the plan of a review
- to make students familiar with vocabulary helpful while writing a review
- to prepare the students for the further lessons
- to make the students speak
Context/topic - the film
Target sentences/vocabulary - types of films
Assumptions - students can answer the simple questions connected with the film
- students know the titles of popular films which appear in the exercises
Anticipated problems and solutions - the students may have problems with expressing their ideas because of poor speaking skils
Materials - quiz , pictures , reviews ( taken from film nagazines, newspapers and coursebooks )


Activity 1 .
Aims :
- to introduce the topic
- to raise the students’ interest and motivation

Interaction :
- ind. work

Time :
- 5 min

Procedure :

As the introduction and warm-up the teacher provides the students with a quiz “Are you a film buff ?” ( App 1 ). Students are to get familiar with it and then answer the nine questions somehow connected with the topic, which is the film.

Feedback: the students count the points and find out how much they enjoy watching films. They discuss their results in pairs. The teacher checks who is the biggest “film buff“.

Activity 2.
Aims:
- to get the students involved in the topic
- to activate the students’ schemata
- to make them speak

Interaction:
- T-SS , SS-T

Time:
- 8 min

Procedure:

The teacher shows to the students pictures, photos ( App 2 ) from popular films of the recent years and provokes a discussion on the topic through asking questions such as:

- Have you seen the film ?
- Do you know the title ?
- What type of film is it ?
- Who plays the main role ?
- Do you know who directed the film ?
- Did you enjoy it ? Why / Why not ?
- Would you recommend this film ?

The teacher involves as many students as possible. He tries to elicit from the students words connected with the topic.

Activity 3.
Aims:
- to raise the students’ interest and motivation
- to present film vocabulary using a film poster
- to make them work more independently

Interaction:
- work in pairs

Time:
- 5 min

Procedure:

The students work in groups of four. They are shown the poster of the new film ( App 3 ). On the basis of it, they are to collect as many pieces of information about it as they can ( title, cast, director, music, strap line, the students’ 1st impression ).

Feedback: each group collects the information and then compares it with
other groups. They express their feelings about the film poster.


Activity 4.
Step 1.
Aims:
- to make the students interested
- to make the students practise reading skills
- to make the students work on the order of paragraphs

Interaction:
- work in pairs

Time:
- 8 min

Procedure:

The students work in pairs. The teacher provides them with the review of the new film with K. Reeves “Constantine“. They are to read it and match the descriptions ( a-d ) with the paragraphs (1-4) ( App 4 ).

a. the writer’s recommendation
b. facts about the film
c. an evaluation of the film
d. a description of the plot

Feedback: The teacher checks the students’ work. Later on he provides the students with the model plan of a review they are to stick to while working on it in further stages of the lesson.

Activity 2.
Aims:
- to focus the students attention on the specific information

Interaction:
- ind . work

Time:
- 5 min

Procedure:

The students are to read the review again and they are to report on the film, taking into account following issues :

- the type of film
- when and where the action takes place the story
- the characters
- the cast
- advantages / disadvantages

Feedback: After the activity, the teacher asks the questions and the
students report the collected information.

Activity 5.
Step 1.
Aims:
- to elicit from the students the knowledge they already have
- to involve them in the activity
- to make the students work on the matching task

Interaction:
- T-SS , SS-T

Time:
- 6 min

Procedure:

The teacher asks the students what types of film they know. He tries to elicit from them as many types as possible presenting the ideas on the wordmap on the board.

Then, he asks the students to have a look at the exercise ( App 5 ) in which they are to match the pictures with the types of films they are taken from.

Step 2.
Aims:
- to make the students work on the matching task

Interaction:
- ind. work ; T-SS , SS-T

Time:
- 5 min

Procedure:

The students are to match the popular film titles to the types of films. The teacher asks which of the films is the students’ favourite and why.

1. Home Alone a. science fiction film
2. Raiders of the Lost Ark b. Cartoon
3. Love Story c. adventure film
4. The Young Sherlock Holmes d. detective film
5. Star Trek e. romance
6. Friday the 13th f. horror film
7. The Lion King g. comedy

Feedback: The teacher asks the students to read the correct answers.


Activity 6.
Aims:
- to focus the students‘ attention on the text
- to make the students work with the text

Interaction:
- ind.work

Time:
- 3 min

Procedure:

The students get back to the review of “Constantine“. The teacher asks them what other information can be included in the very first paragraph of the review. The students, in pairs, are to underline the information such as: title of the film, director, place it is set in, what the story is about.

Feedback: the teacher asks the students to report the information to him.

Homework:
The students are given a review of a film with Penelope Cruz and
Matthew McConaughey “Sahara“ ( App 6 ). Its parts are put in a
wrong order. The students’ task is to arrange them in a correct sequence.
What’s more, the students are to underline the information which can be
found in the main body of a review, they regard as important.



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