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Which subjectArt
What topicFilm Beautiful Skin
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/Age Group

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Lesson Structure

Step Number Step Title Length Details
1 Introduction 2 minutes Welcome students to the lesson and briefly introduce the topic of film beauty.
2 Recap of previous lesson 3 minutes Review the homework from the previous lesson. Homework should have been submitted prior to the lesson.
3 Film analysis 8 minutes Show a short film clip and discuss the use of lighting and color in creating mood and tone.
4 Group activity 10 minutes Assign students into groups and provide them with printable cards that they must fill out together. They will analyze the film for its use of lighting and color.
5 Discussion 5 minutes Lead a whole-class discussion about the different cards and findings of each group.
6 Individual Activity 7 minutes Students will create a movie poster using the topic of beauty in films. They will use their knowledge of lighting and color to create the mood and tone of the poster.
7 Conclusion 5 minutes Collect the posters created by the students and briefly summarise the key points of the lesson. Assign homework related to the topic.

Lesson script

Hello everyone and welcome to today's lesson. Today we are going to be talking about the concept of film beauty and how it is portrayed through the use of lighting and color.

Recap of previous lesson

Before we get started, let's take a few minutes to go over the homework from our previous lesson. I hope everyone had the opportunity to complete it.

Film analysis

Now, let's move onto our main topic. To start this off, I'm going to show a short clip from a movie and we'll discuss how the lighting and color contribute to the mood and tone of the scene.

Group activity

Next, I want to split everyone up into groups and distribute these printable cards. You'll need to analyze the film clip we just watched and fill out the cards with your observations on how light and color are used in the scene.


Once everyone has completed the analysis cards, let's come back together to discuss our findings. We'll go through each group's cards and compare and contrast the different observations that were made.

Individual activity

Now it's time to put our newfound knowledge to the test. For the next activity, I want everyone to create a movie poster that focuses on the topic of beauty in films. You should use what we've learned about lighting and color to create the tone and mood of the poster.


Great work everyone! I hope you enjoyed today's lesson and learned something new about the concept of film beauty. Please turn in your posters and remember to complete the assigned homework related to this lesson.


  1. How does lighting contribute to the mood and tone of a film scene?
  2. Explain how color is used in film to create a specific atmosphere.
  3. Give an example of a film scene where the lighting and color work together to create a specific emotion or feeling.
  4. Analyze the lighting and color in a movie of your choice and explain how they contribute to the overall aesthetic of the film.
  5. Why is it important for filmmakers to understand the role of lighting and color in their work?


| -------- | ------ | | How is film beauty portrayed through lighting and color? | | | Can you give an example of a movie where lighting and color contribute to the mood and tone of a scene? | | | What is the group activity for this lesson? | | | What is the purpose of the individual activity? | | | What should the movie poster focus on? | |

Backup questions

  1. How does lighting affect the mood of a scene in a film? Can you think of an example from a movie or TV show you've seen before?

  2. In our discussion, we talked about how color can also play a role in setting the tone in a film. Can you give an example of how a director might use color to create a specific atmosphere?

  3. In your individual activity, you were asked to create a movie poster that focuses on the topic of beauty in films. What visual cues did you use to convey the mood and tone of the poster?

  4. How do you think changes in lighting or color in a movie can affect the way an audience feels about a particular scene or character?

  5. In our group activity, we analyzed a film clip together and noted how the lighting and color contributed to the overall mood of the scene. Can you think of any other factors that might influence the way a director chooses to light and color a scene in a film?