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Collection of Lesson Plan

The phenomenon of reflection and refraction of light

Subject taught
- Physics

Language Skills Developed
- Listening
- Reading

Transferable/Scientific Skills Developed
Students will develop communication skills, time management, self-motivation, analytical skills and problem-solving skills.

General goals
Students will be able to:
• Learn the concept of reflection and scattering and refraction of light.
• Indicate the phenomenon of reflection and scattering of light in everyday life.
• Distinguish and demonstrate the discussed phenomena
• Describe the phenomenon of light refraction on the border of two media.

Linguistic goals
Students will be able to:
- watch English video with ease
- analyze their listening experiences and share them with peers
- learn the main ideas of observing these phenomena
- understand the topic correctly
- translate words related to the topic from English into your native language.

Students will be able to:
- explain the phenomena of reflection and scattering and refraction of light
- observe these phenomena in life
- find the application of these phenomena in real life and learn about their consequences
- conduct experiments

Age of target groups:
Primary school students 13 + 14 years old.

English language proficiency level (CEFR)
B1 / B1+

Time needed to use the resource with students: 2 hours (1 hour to introduce these phenomena, and the second hour to apply the learned issues in experiments and consolidate the knowledge).

Stages of the lesson
1. Introducing the topic of the lesson (the phenomenon of reflection and refraction of light), the teacher asks students to carefully watch the movie with the theory (invites students to write down new words and write down

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Teaching Resources (reviewed)

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