ESL - Based on the Short Film KIWI (by Dony Permedi)

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These lesson plans are designed for English students and based around short films and other media. They can also be used to explore with the students the different themes of the film through debate and discussion.


With 42 million views on YouTube there’s a large chance your students have already seen this masterpiece, however, the incredibly emotional story of the brave Kiwi bird will surely compel another viewing. 


This film looks at birds & life difficulties.


Level: Elementary (A2) & Intermediate (B1) 


Time: 60 min


Age: Teenagers & Adults


Language: Birds & life difficulties 


Additional resources: none 

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Last Updated: Nov 28, 2022

These lesson plans are designed for English students and based around short films and other media. They can also be used to explore with the students the different themes of the film through debate and discussion.


With 42 million views on YouTube there’s a large chance your students have already seen this masterpiece, however, the incredibly emotional story of the brave Kiwi bird will surely compel another viewing. 


This film looks at birds & life difficulties.


Level: Elementary (A2) & Intermediate (B1) 


Time: 60 min


Age: Teenagers & Adults


Language: Birds & life difficulties 


Additional resources: none 

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