Written project - final version

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Unformatted text preview: UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE SO CARLOS Centro de Educao e Cincias Humanas Departamento de Letras rea de Lngua Inglesa e suas Literaturas Via Washington Luis, Km. 235 - Caixa Postal 676 Telefone /Fax (016) 260-8358 13.565-905 - So Carlos - So Paulo, Brasil TITLE: Punk: World Anarchy and its repercussion nowadays Group: Carlos Rocha RA 248541 rika Karina de Oliveira RA 260533 Nathalie Messias de Andrade RA 260762 Target Group: adolescents (15-18 years old) in a public high school Content: The history of Punk as a musical and political movement and its influences nowadays Intelligences Tapped: Logical Mathematical Intelligence, Spatial Intelligence, Interpersonal Intelligence, Intrapersonal Intelligence and mostly Musical Intelligence, Linguistic Intelligence and Bodily Kinesthetic Intelligence Linguistic Content: Past and future tenses, vocabulary and text interpretation Linguistic background level: Subject personal pronouns, objective personal pronouns, possessive adjectives, possessive pronouns, feelings vocabulary and the Present tense Objectives: To give the students the opportunity to learn the target language through music and history, using a subject that might catch their attention for a long period of time: the history of Punk. To give the students the opportunity to get to know a different kind of culture and to get in touch with others feelings and thoughts. Class Plan: TYPE OF ACTIVITY CONTENT LENGTH #1 - Warm-up Learning vocabulary though historical input (the history of Punk) 1 class of 50 #2 1 st Entry Point - narrative Show students how punx used to spread their ideas though zines vocabulary and text interpretation 1 class of 50 #3 2 nd Entry Point foundational Ask students to discuss the punk philosophy - speaking 1 class of 50 #4 3 rd Entry Point logical quantitative Ask students to relate the historical moment and probable causes of the Punk movement past tense and speaking 1 class of 50 #5 4 th Entry Point - aesthetic Ask students to tell their feelings and impressions over a frozen frame, and then let them see the entire movie to confirm or not their thoughts speaking and writing 1 class of 50 #6 5 th Entry Point experiential Ask students to make some punx instruments and try out the do it yourself philosophy 2 classes of 50 Feedback and Assessment The teacher should evaluate the students commitment, results and comprehension from each activity 1 class of 50 Materials:...
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