Reality TV - part 2 - A mirror of civilization or a symbol of dysfunction - ESL

Reality TV - part 2 - A mirror of civilization or a symbol of dysfunction - ESL
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Reality TV - part 2 - A mirror of civilization or a symbol of dysfunction - ESL
Reality TV - part 2 - A mirror of civilization or a symbol of dysfunction - ESL
Reality TV - part 2 - A mirror of civilization or a symbol of dysfunction - ESL
Reality TV - part 2 - A mirror of civilization or a symbol of dysfunction - ESL
Reality TV - part 2 - A mirror of civilization or a symbol of dysfunction - ESL
Reality TV - part 2 - A mirror of civilization or a symbol of dysfunction - ESL
Reality TV - part 2 - A mirror of civilization or a symbol of dysfunction - ESL
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  1. “Reality TV” - A mirror of civilization or a symbol of dysfunction? THIS IS A TWO-PART POWER POINT CONVERSATION PRESENTATION IN EDITABLE PPT FORMAT. Reality TV is a great debate topic, but it’s really big and it has many different aspects. I’ve decided to divide it into two consecutive one-hour le
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THIS IS THE FIRST PART OF A TWO-PART POWER POINT CONVERSATION PRESENTATION IN EDITABLE PPT FORMAT.
Reality TV is a great debate topic, but it’s really big and it has many different aspects. I’ve decided to divide it into two consecutive one-hour lessons.
From my experience, this type of subject creates a mess in a conversation form, since once a student gets the floor, they’re so exited that their arguments spill over and include the whole nine yards.
I tried to stir this conversation very carefully so that the students would argue over one part at a time and that clear conclusions could be reached and built on.
The two lessons are divided into:
“The angle of the viewers” and “The angle of the show”
Part one includes a work paper and part two ends with a role play activity (possible arguments examples are given in the ‘notes’ section).

Part two “The show”:

• The part of the judges.
• The participants: the effects of losing and winning.
• The “Stanford prison experiment”.
• “The Belmont Report”
• Should we subject reality shows to an ethics committee.
• The positive side.
• A role play activity.


Although created with ESL adult students in mind, this lesson will also work for English speaking high schoolers who are studying psychology or sociology units or for debate classes.

I hope you enjoy this lesson

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This download is appropriate for high school students, for students in Life skills classes, young students of ESL and adult ESL cultural and conversational classes.
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Teaching Duration
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