Lesson Plan: 9/11
Today is another anniversary of 9/11. When such schocking things take place, we tend to remember them as if it was yesterday. For that reason, you may start the lesson by asking your students “what were you doing on 9/11 2001 (when the twin towers fell)?”
There is a very good explanatory video available in Brain Pop for free during September. You will also find a quiz your students can do after watching the video.
You may also watch the trailer of the movies United 93 or World Trade Center and have a class debate on films based on true events.
Here you have some questions you might want to use during the discussion:
1) Have you seen United 93 or World Trade Union?
2) If not, do you want to see them? Why (not)?
3)If so, what did you think of them? How well do they evoke the horror of the events of that day?
4)Do you think it is right to ake a film about such events?
If you want, you can share your point of view on this issue in the comment section. Feel free to add any other idea to make this lesson plan more appealing for our students.
Posted on September 11, 2008, in Lesson Plans, Resources for tesl/tefl and tagged 9/11, efl, esl, films, lesson_plans, listening, society, tefl, video, You_Tube. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.