This Advanced ESL lesson plan aims to challenge students’ understanding of consumerism through reading, discussion, and interactive grammar activities. It provides ample opportunity for students to engage, discuss, and critically think about the topic. Students will learn about and practice the use of inversion.
Students will start by answering provocative questions about buying things we don’t need, with money we don’t have, to impress those we don’t like.
Students watch a humorous video “Don’t buy stuff” and discuss the questions that follow.
Brief explanation of the concept of inversion: its uses, types and purpose.
Students are tasked with a “find the mistakes” exercise. They are also asked to create inversions from the given sentences. A creativity-inducing exercise ends this section.
Students read a thought-provoking text on consumerism and weigh in on potential solutions to the problem.
Finally, the lesson wraps up with a discussion about consumerism aided by a word cloud.
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