In this Intermediate ESL lesson plan, students learn to use the phrases “be expected to” and “be supposed to”. They also acquire new vocabulary related to the media.
We kick off with a brief discussion on how the media influence our daily lives.
Students watch a video titled “How the media shapes the way we view the world” and discuss the questions that follow.
This section explains the use of the phrases “be expected to” and “be supposed to”, and provides useful examples.
In this section, the use of the phrases “be expected” and “supposed to” is exemplified and practiced. This is accomplished through various interactive exercises.
Students read a thought-provoking text on the influence that the media have on the general public and answer the questions.
Finally, the lesson wraps up with students discussing their feelings towards a hypothetical situation involving the impact of the media on a young boy.
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