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Protest Songs - scenariusz zajęć

Danuta Nowak
ENGLISH LESSON PLAN
Protest Songs

Time: 90 minutes
Level: B1 wg CEF (pre-intermediate) adults, young adults
Materials: Video clips and mp3 recordings of songs
Video projector and notebook
Topic: PROTEST SONGS
Aim: To discuss social problems against which people protest (TELC EXAMINATION B1 Speaking Part 3)
To offer extra practice in the matura topic “PAŃSTWO I SPOŁECZEŃSTWO” (preparation for the essay writing practice)

Warm-up (2-3 min.): Brainstorming session: What do people protest against? How do people protest? Unemployment, discrimination, mines, war, poverty, mistreatment ...

1. Introduction (5 min.):
What do we know about protest songs?
A short introduction into slave songs, freedom songs, Vietnam war and hippie movement.
Among social movements that have an associated body of songs are the abolition movement, women's suffrage, the labour movement, the human rights movement, civil rights, the anti-war movement and 1960s hippie culture, animal rights movement, environmentalism.
2. Songs presentation: (15 min.):
Play the videos:
Bob Dylan: Blowing in the Wind or Pete Seeger: We Shall Overcome
Sinead O'Connor: Famine (1994)
Pink Floyd: The Wall (1982)
Michael Jackson: They don't care about us (1995)
What is the protest against?

3. Suggest the song by Michael Jackson and repeat the protest (2-3 min.):
All I wanna say is that they don't really care about us

CHECK – Matura listening comprehension (20min.):
1. Do the T/F examination task See: WORKSHEET
2. Explain the vocabulary which affected their wrong answers.

Follow-up (5 min.):
1. Homework: (TELC A2-speaking part 3).
Choose one social problem and prepare to talk about it.

Vandalism at stadiums
Animal Rights
Bullying
Child Labour
Violence in Video Games

WORKSHEET
Listening Comprehension

You will hear a program recorded by Barbara Klain about American folk music.
Listen to Barbara and the songs and decide whether the statements below are true or false.

1.
Ledbelly was the first to record “Good Night Irene” in 1932.
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2.
Bob Carlin thinks that some folk songs were written to express social and political unrest.
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3.
Seeger changed the lyrics of his most famous song.
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4.
Tom Dula was a war veteran who was executed in 1968 for killing his girlfriend.
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5.
Woody Gurtie recorded only one record although he had written many more songs.
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6.
One of his songs was intended to express his pride in America.
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7.
“Blowing in the Wind” was a protest against the Vietnam War.
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8.
Amy Speace wrote a song about the death of her brother in the desert war.
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9.
“Freak Folk” is a kind of folk music which blends rock with traditional folk.
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10.
Nowadays folk music is considered old-fashioned because it concentrates on old-fashioned ideals.
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