Week 39 H4

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EngelsMiddelbare schoolhavo, vwoLeerjaar 3-5

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What if you tick several of the 'threatening' boxes?

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Do you know any celebrities
who are people of colour and who also
belong in the LGBTQIA+ community?

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TV host and famous dragqueen
Ru Paul is black and gay.
He uses he/him pronouns when dressed as a man and 
she/her pronouns when dressed as a woman.

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Singer Janelle Monae is black, pansexual
and nonbinary.

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Actress Laverne Cox is black and a trans woman 

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Rapper Lil Nas X is black and gay

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Singer Hayley Kiyoko is of Japanese descent and identifies as a lesbian.

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Queer Eye's host Tan France
is a brown, gay man.

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Let's read the story of a gay, black man.
And about how racism makes it harder to come out
for people of colour.

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Listening task (20 mins):
Use your phone to answer the questions in LessonUp 

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1.Phil Samba’s family are
originally from Sierra Leone.

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2.At secondary school, Samba stood
out because he was openly gay.

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3. In his early 20s, Samba was
still living with his mum.

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4. Samba’s sister was very
understanding about his sexuality.

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5. Samba was confident his mother would understand him.

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6. The relationship between Samba and his mother improved.

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7. After Samba had moved into a student flat, he felt very lonely.

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8. Samba was one of the few black
gay men in his neighbourhood.

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9. Samba got a lot of positive
reactions to his awareness campaign.

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10. Samba’s mother has finally accepted his sexuality.

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Find the main idea of the five sections in "Black and Gay",
WR p. 6+7

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Expert groups: ass.10 SF p. 3 (5 min)   
  • Work in groups of 3
  • Every group will be assigned 1 paragraph
  • Every individual student gets letter A, B, C (this will be used to make new groups later)
  • With a highlighter, mark the 2 most important sentences of the paragraph

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Mixed groups (10 mins)
  • Make a new group of 3 people who have the same letter as you (A, B or C)
  • In your group, everyone tells their group which sentence is the most important sentence of their paragraph.
  • Everyone highlights the most important sentences of their group members' paragraph

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What do you notice when you look
at the highlighted parts in your text?

Slide 39 - Open question

E.L.Z.A -method
  • Eerste
  • Laatste
  • Zin
  • Alinea

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No HW!
Next time:

  • Grammar: making questions 
  • Writing: interview

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This lesson's menu
  • Grammar
    Goal: turning positive sentences into questions 
  • Writing
    Goal: writing a formal e-mail with interview questions
  • HW

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What was the text "Black and Gay" about?
  • Answer in full sentences!

1. The text is about someone who is black and gay. --> Is the text about someone who is black and gay?
2. The text explains other people's opinions. --> Does the text explain other people's opinions?
3. His mum would not accept his identity. --> Wouldn't his mum accept his identity?

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Let's turn your sentences into questions!

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3 types of questions:

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Do ass. 13, SF p. 4-5
  • Work in pairs
  • You get 10 mins. 

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Check ass. 14, SF p. 4-5
  1. Do people see being gay as a ‘white thing’?
  2. Is only 0.9 per cent openly gay?
  3. Were there a lot of barriers between them?
  4. Couldn’t he suppress his feelings any more?
  5. Did you like him straight away?
  6. Does it mean that they’ve chosen to imitate white westerners?
  7. Should we be more understanding?
  8. Was the response extremely positive?

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Do ass. 15 SF p. 5 
  • Work in pairs
  • This assignment is homework, so both of you write it in your notebook (not a loose sheet!)
  • Use your phone for mijnwoordenboek.nl and the tip below:

  1. Download the source "FORMAL + INFORMAL SENTENCES" (in next lessons' agenda in It's Learning)
  2. Use the "formal" sentences on the left to start your e-mail

Do ass. 14. But first, take your earphones, click this link in this lesson  up and watch the video.

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Fun stuff for next time: 
  • ass. 14+15 SF p. 5 (both of  you write it in your notebook and bring to class)
  • Use your phone for www.mijnwoordenboek.nl:

  1. Download the source "FORMAL + INFORMAL SENTENCES" (in next lessons' agenda in It's Learning)
  2. Use the "formal" sentences on the left to start your e-mail

Done early?
Take your earphones, click this link to watch the video and do ass. 14 SF p. 4-5

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Do you know your genders?

Drag the correct gender to its correct flag
2. cisgender
(gender given at birth matches experience always: male sex + male gender identity)
1. gender fluid
(experience moves  between different genders and changes from time to time)
4. transgender (sex assigned at birth does not match gender experience)
6. intersex
(born with both male and female characteristics. This can be hormonal, physical or chromosomal)
5. non-binary
(experience falls outside or in between the binary of only female or male)

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