Ahmet Duran LESSON PLAN Time: 15 min.

Level: Intermediate Age: 14-15 Materials: A video, PowerPoint slide Interaction: T Ss , Ss Ss

Assumptions: Ss know tenses, modals and the meaning of the words the T uses Anticipated problems: Some students may not want to speak or participate in the activities and they may have difficulty in understanding the activity. Possible Solutions: The teacher should try to guide them to speak and give the instructions clearly. PRE-SPEAKING Time: 4 min. Materials: A video ( a short part of a movie ) Interaction: T Ss What students do: Ss watch a video. They try to guess why they watched the video and whether there is a relationship between the features of this movie and their teacher s characteristic features. Grouping: Whole class Objectives: Steps: To motivate Ss for the lesson To attract their attention to the topic To arouse their interest 

The teacher starts the lesson by asking Ss whether they like movies or not. After collecting the answers he asks whether they want to watch a part of a movie. The possible answer will be yes .  The teacher shows a short part of a movie. Then the T asks Do you know this movie? Do you like it? What kind of a movie is it? 

After getting Ss answers, the T asks Ss whether there is a relationship between his characteristic features and the features of the movie.  After getting answers the T says Do the movies people watch reflect their characteristic features? Do you want to test this relationship?  The T provides Ss helping language for the activity and gives the following structures: What kind of movies do you like? , What s your favourite movie? , Why do you like this movie? , Comedy movies makes him happy. , Romantic movies helps her to relax. , He likes action movies because he is an adventurous person. And the teacher gives main film genres to Ss: drama, comedy, romantic, action, history, horror etc.

WHILE-SPEAKING Time: 10 min. Materials: Interaction: Ss Ss What students do: They ask their partners about their favourite movies and they try to explain why he/she chose this movie by using the structures they have learnt. Grouping: Aims: To encourage them to speak English To get the Ss involved in a conversation To create a communicative atmosphere To get them to use the structure of What s your favourite movie? , Why do you like this movie? , Romantic movies helps her to relax. , He likes action movies because he is an adventurous person.

Steps: 

The T asks the students to work in pairs and explains the activity.  Pairs ask each other their favourite movies and they tell a summary of them.  The T gives them two minutes to make up their sentences. Then they will try to explain the relationship between the movi e and their partners characteristic features.  The T corrects the mistakes or errors of the students at the end of the activity.  After this activity the T gives Ss the mistakes they made in this activity as a photocopy.

POST-SPEAKING Time: 1 min. Materials: Interaction: T/Ss What students do: Ss find a favourite movie in common with their group members. They act out a part of the movie in the class as a group. Grouping: Group work Aims: 

To get the Ss to act out a part of their favourite movie in the class as a group.
Steps: 

The T asks Ss whether they want to be in their favourite movies or not.  The T wants Ss work as a group of four  The T asks Ss to prepare a part of their favourite movie and act out that part in the class for the next session.

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