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Published by: AlexSRWalsh on Mar 12, 2012
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Lesson Plan by Alex Walsh (Hyundai High School, Seoul) Twitter @AlexSWalsh www.alienteachers.com
Activity 3 ± Video Work.
Watch the video then answer these questions:1) How old was John when he started losing his sight?2) How did John prepare for going blind?3) What is the only thing John can¶t do that he could do before he wentblind?4) What does John say painting is the same as?5) How does the paint that John uses allow him to see it?6) How can he tell the difference between colours?7) Is the world more colourful for John now or when he had sight?8) Does the film have a message, if so what is it?
Activity 4 - How would you do if you were a blind painter?Activity 5 ± Student A
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How are blind people treated in your country?
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What can you do to help blind people?
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How would you feel to find out your best friend was going blind?
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How would you feel to find out you were going blind?
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In what ways have you used your five senses in the past hour?(discuss together)

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