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Macmillan Life Skills: Critical Thinking – Movie review

Level: Pre-intermediate, Intermediate Type: General lesson plan

In this Macmillan Life Skills lesson, students use pictures to write their own film review developing the following life skills: expressing opinions, analysing information and critical thinking.

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  • Thanks for your ideas. Perhaps teachers can integrate them into their lessons when using this worksheet.

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  • Excellent idea and good pictures to prompt discussion and work. However, needs much more preparatory input of vocab, sample reviews ( as in lesson 21 Restaurant Reviews). Also, some cultural info and talk about famous people ,films might be useful for students from different cultures.

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Free pragmatics lesson plans brought to you by Macmillan Dictionary as part of the Macmillan Year of Life skills.



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