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Stephen Wiltshire | Film English Posted on September 6 2012 by kierandonaghy This EFL lesson is designed around a beautiful short film about Stephen Wiltshire an artist who draws and paints detailed cityscapes Please Teach Me English As a child Stephen was mute and did not relate to other people When he was three he was diagnosed as autistic At school his talent for drawing was recognised and encouraged I would ask all teachers who use Film English to consider buying my book Film in Action as the royalties which I receive from sales help to keep the website completely free Language level Intermediate B1 – Upperintermediate B2 2 Learner typeTeens and adults Time 60 minutes Activity Watching a short film speaking and writing Topic Cities and autism Language Vocabulary related to cities Materials Short film and video Downloable materials stephen wiltshire lesson instructions Support Film English Film English remains adfree and takes many hours a month to research and write and hundreds of dollars to sustain If you find any joy or value in it please consider supporting Film English with a monthly subscription or by contributing a oneoff payment Monthly subscription €700 EUR monthly€300 EUR monthly€1000 EUR monthly€2500 EUR monthly Oneoff payment €1000 EUR€2000 EUR€3000 EUR€4000 EUR€5000 EUR€10000 EUR Step 1 Put your students in pairs and show the following drawings of cities Ask them to discuss the following questions about the drawings Which cities are they Are there any landmarks or famous buildings you recognise What do you know about the city Have you ever been to this city Image source httpwww stephenwiltshire co uk After 5 minutes get feedback from the whole class Step 2 Ask your students the following questions What preparations did the artist make What kind of person do you think the artist is Step 3 Tell your students they are going to watch a short film about the artists who created the drawings Ask them to answer the questions in Step 2 Show the film and then get feedback Please Teach Me English UBS “Stephen Wiltshire” from HUMBLE TV on Vimeo Step 4 Ask your students the following question What is special about Stephen Wiltshire Students may say that he has an incredible memory they may also have understood that he is autistic You may like to explain that he is an artist who draws and paints cityscapes he is famous for his ability to paint cityscapes after having observed them briefly Ask your students what Stephen said at the end of the film Elicit Do the best you can and never stop This seems to be Stephen’s personal philosophy on life Do they like this philosophy Step 5 Put the students in pairs and ask them to discuss the following questions What do you know about autism Have you seen any films which have featured an autistic character Do you know any people who are autistic Step 6 Tell your students they are going to watch a short video about the daily life of Stephen Wiltshire As they watch it they should answer the following questions In what ways does Stephen behave in an autistic manner What does Annette Stephen’s sister say about his behaviour What are Stephen’s interests What does Annette think about her brother After watching the video get feedback from the whole class Ask them how the video made them feel and what they think about Stephen Homework Give students a link to Stephen’s website and ask them to read his biography they should note five pieces of information about stephen which they find interesting I hope you enjoy this English language lesson Support Film English Film English remains adfree and takes many hours a month to research and write and hundreds of dollars to sustain If you find any joy or value in it please consider supporting Film English with a monthly subscription or by contributing a oneoff payment Monthly subscription €700 EUR monthly€300 EUR monthly€1000 EUR monthly€2500 EUR monthly Oneoff payment €1000 EUR€2000 EUR€3000 EUR€4000 EUR€5000 EUR€10000 EUR