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A free downloadable lesson about Sophie Scholl, a young German girl who took the brave decision to stand up to the Nazis, during World War II. The lesson could be used to commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27th, or at any other time of the year.
The lesson starts with a couple of lead-in discussion questions and then students watch a short trailer for a film about Sophie Scholl. Note that the film is in German with English subtitles. In this lesson the video is only used as a lead-in, the main input is in a reading text.
After watching the video, the students read the text to check their ideas. They then carry out an exam style note completion task, before matching some possibly unknown words in the text with their definitions.
The lesson is aimed at B2/C1 students.
To round up there is a final discussion task.
Download lesson plan PDF here: elt resourceful Sophie Scholl and The White Rose
Filed under Exploiting authentic reading materials, Exploiting authentic recordings and videos, Vocabulary
Tagged as elt, ESL, esol, holocaust, holocaust remembrance day, lesson plan, moral courage, sophie scholl, white rose
British Council Safer Internet Day Supporter
About our SID activities
We work closely with the Child Protection team throughout the year to coordinate events to celebrate Safer Internet Day (SID) across the British Council. This year we will be sharing the materials from LearnEnglish Kids, LearnEnglish Teens and LearnEnglish with our global teacher network to ensure the online safety messages reach as many people as possible. Our TeachingEnglish website is also participating by providing lesson plans for English teachers covering the topic of online safety. Our social media channels will share online safety materials and information for teachers, parents and learners of English, and we'll host two Facebook live events during the day to raise awareness of the event to our global audience of teachers and parents.
What we are doing to support the SID slogan of "Together for a better internet"…
Safer Internet Day brings together colleagues and teams throughout the British Council who work closely with our Child Protection team. We work together to try and raise awareness about online safety issues through a series of campaigns. We use our global reach to share information and learning materials with learners of English, teachers and parents.
LearnEnglish Teens is the British Council's website for teenage learners of English. We provide free self-access online learning materials aimed at year olds who are learning English. Our sister site, LearnEnglish Kids provides materials for year olds.
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Part 2 of our 2 part series on green movements in ELT is now live on the SoundCloud page.
Tim spoke to Colm Downes from the British Councils Climate Action in Language Education department and Daniel Barber from ELT Footprint about the great work their organisations are doing to raise awareness of issues surrounding the climate crisis and drive change in the industry and wider society in general. Check it out!
If you want any further information about the movements and the topics discussed, take a look at the links below:
Colm Downes British Council Climate Action in Language Education
The Climate Connection Podcast: https://www.britishcouncil.cn/en/teach/climate-connection/CALE/podcast
Daniel Barber ELT Footprint Worldwide
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Improve your English lesson planning and explore teaching with technology
Effective lesson planning will help your English students get the most from your classes.
On this teaching English course, you will look at four professional practices, share your own experiences, and apply what you’ve learnt to your CPD.
As you explore the key components of lesson planning, you’ll learn the importance of relationship-building and using technology to engage and support your students.
You’ll also learn the best ways to manage your lessons and make the most of any teaching resources available to you.
What topics will you cover?
- Learner motivation.
- Building rapport.
- Getting learners talking.
Planning lessons and courses
- Why and how do teachers plan lessons and courses.
- What are the key factors to consider?
- Identifying aims and stages in your own and others’ lessons.
- Making the most of the resources available to you.
- The role of technology.
- Using flashcards and realia.
- Boardwork, Sharing resources with others.
Managing the lesson
- Factors that influence learning.
- Teacher language and the use of L1.
- Pair and group work.
- Engaging learners.
When would you like to start?
Start straight away and learn at your own pace. If the course hasn’t started yet you’ll see the future date listed below.
Learning on this course
You can take this self-guided course and learn at your own pace. On every step of the course you can meet other learners, share your ideas and join in with active discussions in the comments.
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to
Compare teaching approaches and experience with others from around the world.
Reflect on the factors involved in learner motivation and consider the implications for our teaching practice.
Identify and value diversity, and apply strategies to promote inclusive education.
Reflect on your approach to lesson planning and the factors that inform your planning decisions.
Interpret other teachers' approaches and decision making.
Identify appropriate teaching resources and assess their effectiveness.
Who is the course for?
This course is designed for English language teachers around the world who want to improve their teaching methods and lesson planning.
You could be teaching at a primary, secondary, or higher education level.
Who developed the course?
The British Council builds connections, understanding and trust between people in the UK and other countries through arts and culture, education and the English language.
We work on the ground in more than countries. In we connected with 80 million people directly and with million people overall, including online and through our broadcasts and publications.
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