See how you can animate your classroom

Teachers around the world are constantly coming up with new and inspiring plans on how to use Plotagon in the classroom. Everything from special ed to economics, to foreign language or social studies. Browse through our lesson plans to find something that inspires you or add your own with the submission form below!

5 Reasons Why To Read!

Author: Plotagon Education

Reading is important for a variety of reasons. Find 5 reasons why students should read!

Mental Health Awareness

Author: Plotagon Education

Children usually are unaware of what mental health means or how to get help.

What Is an Adjective?

Author: Plotagon Education

English grammar rules & usage to encourage students develop their skills in a fun way.

Creative Writing | Poem

Author: Plotagon Education

Creative writing can helps your students clarify their own ideas and beliefs

Arguing for or against a topic

Author: Muriel Raes

Learn to argue for or against a topic using Plotagon as an aid.

Past Simple – endings | Learn English

Author: Plotagon Education

Past Simple – endings | Play grammar games with your students about regular and irregular verbs

Understanding Ancient Egypt

Author: Plotagon Education

Lesson plans presented in animated videos and clips showcase the daily life of people in the Egyptian history.

Much or Many? | Learn English

Author: Plotagon Education

Do you want your students to practise using ‘much’ and ‘many’ in English? Then engage them with this lesson plan.

Different Ages, Different Faces

Author: Plotagon Joe

What makes characters look older or younger? It’s all in the faces.

Bring Shakespeare to life!

Author: Plotagon Joe

Are your students timid about reciting Shakespeare aloud in front of their classmates? Help them connect with each line of a Shakespeare tex

Music Theory 1

Author: Helen Rupp

This lesson looks at the union of minor and major with happy and sad emotions.

Introduction to figurative language

Author: June Caulfield

Introduction to figurative language

Make Your Movies Sound Awesome

Author: Plotagon Joe

Learn how to make your movies sound as good as they look.

Making an animated movie using StoryCubes

Author: Klas Holmlund

Create a short animated story using StoryCubes

Introduction to Anthropology

Author: Dianna Georgina

Anthropology is the study of what makes us human. This lesson offers a brief overview of the field of anthropology.

Kindergarten Weekly Plans

Author: Maria Crilley

Using plotagon to personalise emails and/or websites in Kindergarten is great way to tell parents what the class has been up to.

Online Bullying

Author: Maria Crilley

68% of teens agree that cyber bullying is a serious problem. Tell us how to handle this kind of abuse?

One-sided Dialogue

Author: Muriel Raes

Using Plotagon will stir students’ interest when they watch the other pairs’ dialogues at the end

Grammar Dialogue

Author: Muriel Raes

Dialogue is used as an introductory teaching technique to present English grammar

Historia – Tänk Om…

Author: Klas Holmlund

En spekulativ historialektion om Sverige där Gustav III överlevde mordförsöket 1792

Historical quotes with Kahoot!

Author: Klas Holmlund

Create a Kahoot historical quiz using Plotagon!

How to Stage a Debate

Author: Plotagon Joe

In this Plotagon Academy lesson, learn how to turn a standard essay-writing assignment into a fun, collaborative movie debate!

Turn an Essay into a Speech

Author: Plotagon Joe

In this Plotagon Academy lesson, learn how to turn a typical essay-writing assignment into a moviemaking experience.

Find the Right English Word

Author: Plotagon Joe

Learn how to describe an English word that you don’t know to make yourself understood to native speakers.

A First Look At Advance Search

Author: Mark Comerford

Understand the basic functions of search engines

كيفية تقديم نفسك باللغة الإنجليزية

Author: Plotagon Education

يركز الدرس على كيف يمكن للطالب أن يقدم نفسه باللغة الانجليزية

Make a movie from a Tweet.

Author: Klas Holmlund

Create a movie based on a tweet in different subjects

Animate a poem reading

Author: Klas Holmlund

Select one or several poems and let the students dramatise it using Plotagon.

Foreign Language

Author: Muriel Raes

Create a news bulletin with three headlines

Animated essay

Author: Plotagon Joe

Turn a standard essay-writing assignment into a fun moviemaking activity!

Movie debate

Author: Plotagon Joe

Turn a standard essay-writing assignment into a fun, collaborative movie debate!

History – a day in the life of

Author: Rebekah Ebrev

An imaginary interview with a person from the time of the American revolutionary war.

Quote from history

Author: Klas Holmlund

Recreate a famous quote by a historical person using Plotagon.

Using Kahoot! with Plotagon

Author: Niss Jonas Carlsson

Kahoot is a great educational tool to activate and engage students in the classroom. Together with Plotagon that experience gets even greate

Six-step Confrontation Process

Author: Jeff Kuznekoff

A process in which the parties call attention to problems or issues as they occur between them and express their feelings.

Foreign Language

Author: Tim Elge

Allow students to not only work on writing in a foreign language but also speaking. Students can create a scene to learn a new language.

Math/ Science

Author: Tim Elge

Set up a lesson by having the mathematician / scientist give an introduction to the days lesson.

American History

Author: Tim Elge

Use Plotagon to introduce a new history lesson by bringing back to life someone who helped shape our history.

English / Reading

Author: Tim Elge

Use Plotagon to summarize chapters or books while reading. This is a great way to engage students and make their thinking visible.

Math

Author: Tim Elge

You or your students can create your own words problems. Either take a problem from their assignment or make up your own.