This ESL flipped lesson plan deals with deepfakes, i.e. fake videos in which a person in a video is replaced with someone else’s using computer science.
The worksheet consists of many various activities and 2 videos: one which students are supposed to watch before class, and the other to watch during classes.
Generally, it is possible to do the whole lesson plan during the class as videos are short.
At home, students have to do 3 exercises. First, they need to match words to create pairs of synonyms. These words will then appear in the video that students will watch in the classroom so it’s important they know their meanings. Next, they fill in the gaps in the sentences provided with vocabulary from the first task. Both synonyms in each pair can be used in each gap. After that, we want students to watch a short video featuring Bill Hader who impersonates Tom Cruise. This video was manipulated and it’s an example of deepfake. The idea behind this task is to introduce students to the topic and make them curious about the topic discussed during the class.
The in-class worksheet starts with discussion questions about the video students watched at home as well as fake news, manipulating videos and the proverb seeing is believing. Then, students move to an exercise on vocabulary. They need to match words to create phrases that will be part of the second video they’ll watch. To practise a bit, students have to complete given questions with phrases from the previous task, and answer them in pairs. Finally, students watch the video about deepfakes and how to detect that a video has been manipulated, and answer five comprehension questions. This ESL flipped lesson plan finishes with discussion points to make students express their own opinions about the topic.
WORKSHEETS (incl. E-LESSON PLAN)
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VIDEO 1 – PRE-CLASS
VIDEO 2 – IN-CLASS
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