We do not have any Charlie Brown related lessons on this site and that will simply not do.
I have two classes. One for slightly younger students (grades 2 through 4) and a second class for more advanced students (grades 3 through 5)
Class 1, we will watch the first part of "Race For Your Life, Charlie Brown." I intend to skip through the scene where they are writing letters. So, roughly the lesson I created ends at 17:00
I would show them the entire film, but I am under time constraints. Besides which, some of the younger students were early yesterday by a few hours and this is how I kept them entertained. http://youtu.be/4Kbz8rzK5dM
Next we will go over the vocabulary words PPT and fill in the blanks.
This will largely be a writing exercise. The PPT I made has a lot of room for practicing dialogue or various sentences about what they are doing. Next, I will give them printouts of the blank comics and a list of sentences they can choose from. I like this idea because my students, even if they understand English really well still have a difficult time coming up with original material so this saves them from that by giving them a multitude of choices that they can then piece together however they like.
If you have more time than I do, you can just show them more of "Race for your Life, Charlie Brown". The entire thing is on Youtube, either in one part or several. It's my personal favorite out of all the Peanuts movies and I have very fond memories of it, not to mention that I went 20 years without seeing it and I could still remember the song. It's one of those songs that I will hear while running sometimes, completely out of the blue.