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All That We Share Lesson Plan

This ESL lesson plan is designed around a short video titled All That We Share by Danish TV channel TV2Danmark. In the lesson students talk about the communities they belong to, find out what they share with their classmates, watch and discuss a video about what a community shares.

 

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This ESL lesson plan is designed around a short video titled All That We Share by Danish TV channel TV2Danmark. In the lesson students talk about the communities they belong to, find out what they share with their classmates, watch and discuss a video about what a community shares.

 


Language level: Intermediate (B1) – Upper Intermediate (B2)

Learner type: Teens and adults

Time: 90 minutes

Activity: talking about communities, watching and discussing a video

Topic: Communities and empathy

Language: Vocabulary related to communities

 

 

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12 comments on “All That We Share Lesson Plan

  1. I’ve been using this the video in my classes for some time now. The response has been astonishing so far!
    It’s a great video. Elicits a lot of vocabulary and debate too!
    The way it moves from apparently shallow questions to deeper ones is very clever. Some of my students talked about bullying in class. It was very moving.
    Great idea for a lesson!

    1. Hi Teresa,
      I’m glad the video has worked well with your students.
      All the best,
      Kieran

  2. Hello,
    I watched this video a couple of months ago. Unfortunately I cannot use it in class because I teach young learners. A brilliant idea for those who teach teenagers and adults.

    1. Hi Liana,
      I’m very happy you like the film and lesson; just a shame you can’t use it with your students.
      Cheers,
      Kieran

  3. Thank you for sharing! It is a really powerful video and very relevant issue!

    1. Hi Tatiana,
      A pleasure. I’m happy you like it.
      Cheers,
      Kieran

  4. Beautiful lesson. I’m going to edit it slightly as using it with young teens so the mention of ‘having sex’ will produce nothing but hilarity and disruption. Thanks for this lovely video.

    1. Hi Abena,
      I’m delighted you like the lesson so much. Good idea to edit the video if you’re using it with younger children.
      All the best,
      Kieran

  5. Love this lesson and the video – thanks once again, Kieran!

    1. Hi Linda,
      It’s a pleasure. Just happy you like the lesson and video.
      All the best,
      Kieran

  6. Luminita Tiuliuliuc says:

    Well, so much to tell… It’s really been a life lesson to those who have always felt they are vulnerable, ignored, abused or bullied.. It’s been about the fears and hopes each of us has…I haven’t tried it with my students yet, but I’ve found so many things in common with the ones in the video, even with me, personally.
    Due to such , I call, “experiments”‘ in their positiveness, of course, lots of deepest hidden secrets of humans can be revealed. So, I WILL definitely use this plan to better know who my students really are.
    Thanks a lot for that opportunity!

    1. Hi Luminita,
      Thanks very much for commenting. I hope your students enjoy the lesson and video as much as you do.
      All the best,
      Kieran

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