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ESL Flow

Rating: 5 stars
Used in Course: Not used in course
Submitted by: Chang-Ching Chen (Student), Feb 19, 2002
Comment: Hi, there:

The following is my evaluation of Titanic Lesson Plan.

1.To employ asking questions to students as a kind of warm-up can let students
have the blueprint of this lesson.
2.Using the authentic material?the Titanic script?can somewhat promote students?
interests in learning English.
3.The activity?placing the scenes in chronological order?trains students?not
only reading comprehension but also organization.
4.By dividing students in teams of two, students can do peer cooperation.
1.The teacher can put the feedback time within the teaching procedure to check
if his or her students like this activity.

Personal Comments on How to Use Titanic Lesson Plan:
I think this reading lesson plan can be used in both ESL and EFL settings.
However, if this reading lesson plan is used in the EFL setting, students?level
should be probably in intermediate to advanced level.

If you are interested in this Titanic Lesson Plan, you can click here If you want to know more about
where this lesson plan comes from, you can visit ESLflow at

Best Regards.

Chang-Ching Chen