The best videos for class are often those with a twist to them — and this one has two! They come at around 3m 40s and then at 5m 30s and, to get the most out of this, you probably want to stop right before them and discuss what's been seen up to that point. If you then show your learners the twist, you can get a huge amount more debate (and thus language) from the same clip.
I'd break this one down roughly as follows:
- Before watching, have the learners find out from their partners/groups what younger and/or older siblings they have and how they treated each other as kids
- Watch to 3m40s. To avoid everyone spending all that time in silence, I like to pair my learners and encourage them to talk to each other about what they're seeing on the screen while watching
- Stop at that point and then discuss what happens; why; what the Dad is doing right/wrong; what you/your parents would do/did
- Play to 4m 30s and then stop there (a) to check understanding, if necessary playing that section again; and (b) to see if we still think what we've previously said about the Dad, etc.
- Play to 5m 30s and stop and discuss again
- Play to the end and discuss further
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