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Which subjectReligion
What topicFilm boys of st Vincent
What length (min)30
What age groupDoesn't matter
Class size20
What curriculum
Include full script
Check previous homework
Ask some students to presents their homework
Add a physical break
Add group activities
Include homework
Show correct answers
Prepare slides
Number of slides5
Create fill-in cards for students
Create creative backup tasks for unexpected moments

Lesson plan

Film Boys of St. Vincent

Objectives

Materials

Grade/Age Group

Doesn't matter

Subject

Religion

Lesson Structure

Step Number Step Title Length Details
1 Introduction 5 min Explain the purpose and objectives of the lesson. Briefly introduce the film and its themes. Invite students to share their thoughts or prior knowledge about the topic.
2 Screening 15 min Play the film Boys of St. Vincent. Encourage students to watch actively and take note of important scenes and messages.
3 Group Discussion 5 min Divide students into small groups of 4-5. Ask them to discuss the film and share their thoughts with each other. Prompt them with guiding questions, such as: What did you think of the film? What themes or messages did you notice? Who were the main characters and how did they experience events in the film?
4 Reflection 5 min Invite students to share their reflections based on the film and the group discussion. Ask guiding questions, such as: What did the film teach you about resilience, courage, and hope? How did the experiences of the characters in the film relate to your own life or community?
5 Card Activity 5 min Give out printable cards to each student. Explain the instructions for the activity: students should fill out the cards with a message of encouragement or support for someone they know who might need it. Encourage them to be creative, thoughtful, and sincere.
6 Card Collection/Random Check 5 min Collect the cards or check them randomly without calling out individual student names. Thank the students for their participation and encourage them to keep the message of the film close to their hearts.
7 Homework 5 min Assign homework that relates to the film and its themes. For example, students could write a reflection paper on a person or event in their own lives that exemplifies the values of resilience, courage, and hope. Clarify the due date and instructions for submission.

National Curriculum

The lesson aligns with the national curriculum standards for religious education, which emphasize the development of students' spiritual, moral, and cultural awareness. The lesson also fosters the skills of critical thinking, empathy, and communication, which are important for students' personal and social growth.

Homework Checking

The homework will be checked by the teacher without requiring students to present it in front of the class. The teacher may provide feedback to individual students or the class as a whole, depending on the size of the class and the goals of the homework assignment.

Group Task

The group discussion in step 3 is a task performed in groups, which allows students to share their perspectives and learn from each other. The teacher may assign different roles or tasks to each group member to ensure active participation and fairness.

Printable Cards

Step 5 of the lesson involves giving out printable cards to students, which can be used as a creative and engaging way to integrate the theme of the lesson into a practical activity. The content of the cards can be tailored to the specific needs and interests of the students and the goals of the lesson.

Card Collection/Random Check

Step 6 of the lesson involves collecting or randomly checking the cards that students fill out in Step 5. This activity provides an opportunity for the teacher to assess students' understanding and engagement with the lesson content, while also creating a positive and supportive classroom culture.

Lesson script

"Today, we will be watching Boys of St. Vincent. Our objective for this lesson is to understand and analyze the film and its themes, reflect on the messages conveyed by the film, develop critical thinking, and relate the messages of the film to our own lives and values."

Screening

"We will now begin the screening of Boys of St. Vincent. As you watch the film, pay close attention to important scenes and messages."

Group Discussion

"Please divide into small groups of 4-5. Take 5 minutes to discuss the film with each other and share your thoughts. What did you think of the film? What themes or messages did you notice? Who were the main characters, and how did they experience events in the film?"

Reflection

"Let us now share our reflections based on the film and the group discussion. What did the film teach you about resilience, courage, and hope? How did the experiences of the characters in the film relate to your own life or community?"

Card Activity

"Next, I will hand out printable cards to each of you. Your task is to fill out the cards with a message of encouragement or support for someone you know who might need it. Remember to be creative, thoughtful, and sincere."

Card Collection/Random Check

"I will now collect the cards or check them randomly without calling out individual student names. Thank you for your participation, and remember to keep the message of the film close to your hearts."

Homework

"For homework, please write a reflection paper on a person or event in your own life that exemplifies the values of resilience, courage, and hope. The due date is [insert due date], and please follow the instructions for submission provided."

Printables

| --- | --- | | What is the title of the film you watched? | | | What is the objective of this lesson? | | | What should you pay close attention to while watching the film? | | | How long should you discuss the film with your group? | | | What themes or messages should you discuss in your group? | | | What is the purpose of the card activity? | | | What should you keep in mind while filling out the cards? | | | How will the teacher check the cards? | | | What should your reflection paper be about? | | | When is the due date for the reflection paper? | |

Backup questions