Robots Lesson Plan
With my second grade students we are doing a thematic project on toys. As in the last classes we’ve been talking about robots, I’ve decided to prepare a lesson plan on the trailer of the film “Robots”.
I started the class by asking them if they had seen the film. As most of them answered yes, I asked them how many characters there were in the film, if they remembered their names, their colours and what they can do.
After that, we watched the trailer. They were supposed to count how many robots appeared.
After watching it, I asked them: Can the robots talk, sing, walk, take photos, kick, read, cook? Then, we watched it a second time and I stopped the video each time a new robot was introduced. I questioned them:
What colour is it? Is it a boy or a girl? Is it tall or short? Is it fat or thin? Is it beautiful or ugly?
Finally, I gave each of the students a picture of one of the robots. They had to colour it and complete the sentences about it. You can download the worksheet here.
The following class, my students in groups created their own robots. They made a poster in which they draw them and wrote similar sentences about them.
Hope you find it useful and if you use it in your classes share your experience with us. I would also love to get more ideas on how to work with this topic in my class. Thanks in advance!
Posted on June 13, 2010, in Lesson Plans, Resources for tesl/tefl and tagged abilities, adjectives, can, colours, efl, esl, films, lesson_plans, resources, robots, tefl, toys, video, YL, young learners, You_Tube. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.