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Topic: Using Popular Culture (comics) Learning focuses: 1. Features of comics – direction, speech bubbles, captions, sound effects, illustrations and thinking bubbles 2. Let students create their own comics Previous knowledge:

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Topic: Using Popular Culture (comics)

  • Learning focuses:
  • 1. Features of comics – direction, speech bubbles, captions, sound effects, illustrations and thinking bubbles
  • 2. Let students create their own comics
  • Previous knowledge:
  • Students have watched the cartoon before and known the characters in Doraemon very well
  • Students have learnt present tense, past tense and future tense
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Topic: Using Popular Culture (comics)

Suitability of the lesson:

The target students of this lesson are P.4 students from a primary school with average English proficiency

Learning objectives:

By the end of the lesson, students should be able to

- recognize the format and language features of comics.

- use appropriate formats, conventions and language features when writing comics.

- use the simple present tense, simple past tense or future tense appropriately to express feelings, thoughts, conditions or actions in their comics.

past tense
Past tense

past

now

I _________ to kindergarten six years ago.

went

future tense
Future tense

future

now

I _________ to university ten years later.

will go

present tense
Present tense

now

Doraemon _________ a time machine right now.

has

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best friends

Doraemon

Nobita

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(After marriage)-husband and wife

Nobita’s dad

Nobita’s mum

(Before marriage)-girl friend and boy friend

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?

Shizuka

Nobita

features of comics
Features of Comics:

Comics tell stories using pictures.

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These bubbles tell us what the characters say.

Dad, I’m thirsty.

Dad, I’m hungry.

Dad, I’m bored. Let’s read.

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These are captions. They tell us about the pictures.

  • Dad gives Sam some food.
  • It is 11:00 p.m. Sam cannot sleep.

Dad, I’m hungry.

Dad, I’m thirsty.

Oh no!

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Speech and thinking bubbles are often written in the informal language with contractions.

E.g. Wow! / OK!

Oh, no! / Come back!

I’ll / I’m / don’t / she’s / you’re/

didn’t / won’t / can’t …

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Can you find out all these features in the comic (Doraemon) given?

speech bubbles

pictures

thinking bubbles

captions

sound effect images

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Can you find out all these features in the comic (Doraemon) given?

speech bubbles

pictures

thinking bubbles

sound effect images

captions

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What will he do?
  • What will he say to Shizuka?
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Task: Create a new comic with comic features

I was too naughty before. I want to change now. I will be a good boy… …

What’s wrong with you,

Nobita?

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You can add…

speech bubbles

pictures

thinking bubbles

captions

sound effect images

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Editing Time:

Any mistakes in your speech bubbles?

What form did you use for speaking in the comic?

Any sound effects needed?

Do you need thinking bubbles for private talk?

Any captions needed?

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Thank you!

Bye bye!

The End