This lesson is all about photography. In it, students will firstly brainstorm vocabulary related to the topic, and then do a mingle activity to find out more about their classmates photography habits. The classroom will then be ‘transformed’ into a photography exhibition, and students will practise giving opinions about a set of photos. Students will also invent a character based on a photo, and take part in a role play about a celebrity seeking paparazzi. Finally, there is a discussion activity so that students can discuss their attitudes to photos and photography.
• To review vocabulary related to photography
• To practise speaking skills
• To practise giving opinions
• To practise writing skills
Age group: 12- adult
Level: B1 / B2
Time: 60 – 90 minutes
Materials: Photography student worksheet and discussion statement cards.
By: Jo Budden
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