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Which subjectArt
What topicFilm Skins
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



Grade or Age Group

Doesn't matter



National Curriculum

The lesson objectives align with the national curriculum requirements for art education.

Class Size

20 students

Lesson Structure

Step Number Step Title Length Details
1 Introduction 2 mins Introduce the topic of film skins and explain their use in the film industry.
2 Presentation 5 mins Use the projector to show examples of film skins used in popular films. Discuss the different types of skins and their significance in the film's story and visual aesthetic.
3 Card Activity 10 mins Give out printable card templates to each student. Instruct them to design their own film skin by drawing and coloring on the card. Encourage creativity and experimentation.
4 Break 3 mins Lead a short physical activity to energize students. Play music and have students stretch or dance.
5 Card Collection 8 mins Collect the completed film skin cards from students. Shuffle the cards and randomly select a few to showcase to the class as examples of creative design.
6 Homework Assignment 2 mins Assign homework, which may involve further research on film skins or a related activity.
7 Conclusion 1 min Recap the key points of the lesson and thank students for their participation.

Note: Step 8 is the checking of the homework from the previous lesson, which will be done without asking any students to present it in front of the class.

Lesson script

"Good morning class, today we will be discussing the concept of film skins and their use in the film industry."


"Firstly, let's take a look at some examples of film skins used in popular movies. Please pay attention to the different types of skins, their significance in the film's story, and their visual aesthetic."

Card Activity

"Next, I will be giving each of you a printable card template. Your task is to design your own film skin by drawing and coloring on the card. Please feel free to be as creative and experimental as you like."


"Before we move on, let's have a short break to energize ourselves. Please stand up, stretch, and dance to the music for 3 minutes."

Card Collection

"Alright, now that you've finished designing your film skins, please hand them over to me. I will shuffle the cards and randomly select a few to showcase to the class as examples of creative design."

Homework Assignment

"For homework, I would like you to conduct further research on film skins or a related activity. Please prepare a short presentation or report on your findings for the next class."


"Thank you for participating in today's lesson and designing some wonderful film skins. Remember to think outside the box and use your creativity to your advantage. See you all in the next class!"


  1. What is the purpose of film skins in movies? Provide examples from movies you have watched.

  2. Research and find three different types of film skins that are used in the industry. Explain how each of them is used and their significance.

  3. Watch a movie that uses film skins for its visual aesthetic. Write a short report on how the film skins contribute to the overall visual appeal of the movie.

  4. Choose a scene from a movie you have watched and draw a film skin that you think would enhance the scene's visual appeal. Write a short paragraph on how your film skin would contribute to the scene.

  5. Conduct research on the history of film skins in the movie industry. Write a short essay summarizing your findings and the impact that film skins have had on the industry.


| --- | --- | | What is the topic of today's lesson? | Film skins and their use in the film industry | | What is the task for the students in the card activity? | Design their own film skin on a printable card template | | What is the homework assignment for the students? | Conduct further research on film skins or a related activity and prepare a short presentation or report on their findings for the next class |

Backup questions

  1. Can you explain the role of film skins in the visual storytelling of a movie?
  2. How do different types of film skins affect the mood and tone of a film? Give examples.
  3. If you could design a film skin for a movie, what would it look like and why?
  4. How do filmmakers use film skins to create a sense of time and place? Give examples.
  5. Can you think of any films where the film skin was particularly memorable or iconic? Why do you think that is?

Physical break

  1. Jumping jacks
  2. High knees
  3. Lunges
  4. Squats
  5. Push-ups
  6. Arm circles
  7. Toe touches
  8. Running in place
  9. Mountain climbers
  10. Sit-ups

Or as a poem:

Jumping jacks, high knees too Lunges, squats, and push-ups for you Arm circles, toe touches, and running in place Mountain climbers, sit-ups, let's pick up the pace!