Arbeitsblatt: Fight Club
The novel "Fight Club" by Chuck Palahniuk is introduced in this lesson.
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Alte Kantonsschule Aarau Class: G3B Working material: Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk Single lesson Overall aims: Students Students Students (45): October 18, 2019 (14:55 – 15:40) establish opinions on some of the themes of the book Fight Club. are introduced into an argumentative essay. They should justify their opinions. start reading Fight Club and work on the following aspects: content and narrative level structure. Time 15‘ Task Warm-up Discussion Actions Phrases The lesson is introduced by kahoot game. Discussion of the results after each question or at the end of the questions. Interaction Individual with mobile phone do kahoot survey 10‘ Writing Individual writing text 5‘ Reading out in class In plenary Blackboard 15 Start reading Students write statement on the following topic: The biggest problem in our society is and justify their opinion. Some students read out their writings in class. The other students have to comment on the text: In how far did they agree with the author? Originality of examples. Teacher announcement: Fight Club is novel that deals with the subjects discussed. Language-wise it is not particularly difficult book but its structure makes it challenging. That is why we are going to read and discuss the first few paragraphs in class. Aspects that have to be discussed: 1. content and narrative level the narrator is in life-threatening situation person called Tyler Durden is pushing gun into his mouth 2. structure Media Projecting kahoot Students using their mobile phones or computers Topic on blackboard Individual reading the text, sharing ideas in pairs, collecting results in plenary Blackboard Discussion Alte Kantonsschule Aarau Class: G3B Working material: Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk very jumpy thoughts (flashback: job in the past, gun, flashback: friends, back to present with gun, details about gun (What does this say about the narrator?)), Tyler: becoming legends, foreshadowing: explosion, Tyler and narrator relationship, details about explosives Students should read the first two chapters. HW reading