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  1. Keep the Wheels Turning: Cycling in London

    Photo: Tatjana Berg. CC-by-nc-sa

    Pupils learn new vocabulary, watch and listen to a video clip from YouTube, prepare a short speech and write an instruction: How to Use Boris Bikes

    Tatjana Berg - 14.05.2013 11:12

  2. Cholera in Papua New Guinea | Global Education

    The link targets reasons for cholera, treatment and prevention. The topic can be used as an interdisciplinary project. Students improve reading, understanding, listening and speaking skills (e.g. class discussion). The link below is a set of video clips focused on water-based diseases.

    (http://www.worldvision.com.au/resources/SchoolResources/PNGResource.aspx?id=792ec31e-5acc-41ad-8974-0c97d295cbfa)

    Tatjana Berg - 14.05.2014 09:27

  3. Any Day Can Be A Bad Day. A Wedding Planner (written communication in FYR)

    The activities improve basic skills in reading, talking and writing.

    The final product is a message to a Facebook friend.

    Tatjana Berg - 04.12.2014 14:30

  4. Edgar Poe`s Gothic Fiction (Collaborative Learning)

    Students practise different basic skills by watching two animations, taking notes, writing a Gothic Story and recording it with sound effects.

     

    Tatjana Berg - 30.04.2015 11:23

  5. The Importance of Being Esperanza

    Hispanics in the USA

    Reading and Writing: Pupils read some chapters from The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros, do exercises focused on vocabulary and grammar and then write their own texts inspired by the author: A letter to a character from the book and a vignette about their dream house.

    Listening Comprehension: Pupils listen to an interview with Sandra Cisneros and answer some questions.

    Tatjana Berg - 13.05.2013 15:39

  6. Go To Gate. Project: Guide

    Lisens: CC-by-nc-sa, foto: Norwegian, NTB Scanpix

    Pupils apply for a job in a travel agency by sending their application and CV. Then they are invited for an "interview" and eventually they are given the job. Pupils choose a country and a city in any English speaking country as their destination. The whole project has different stages, e.g.day 1: From the airport to the hotel (a "guide" has to inform "tourists" about the hotel)

    Tatjana Berg - 14.05.2013 12:58

  7. Could you pass a US citizenship test?

    A questionnaire  with correct answers will help revise some knowledge on the USA.

    Tatjana Berg - 04.09.2015 13:40

  8. The Ultimate Safari by Nadine Gordimer (full text online)

    The story is told through the eyes of a child; thus, it is not difficult to follow. However, it is a bit too long (has 2 parts)

    The important issues: refugees, war conflicts, refugee camps, families, compassion, empathy, global challenges, general humanity, children in war conflicts.

    The author reads from The Ultimate Safari:

    http://www.pen.org/book/nadine-gordimer-the-ultimate-safari

    Tatjana Berg - 21.05.2015 11:15

  9. Traffic in Nigeria: writing an e-mail (written communication in FYR)

    Pupils practise basic skills: reading and writing

    First, pupils read an easy article on Nigerian traffic (website).

    Second, pupils write an e-mail following the instructions.

     

    Tatjana Berg - 04.12.2014 12:00

  10. Moby Dick by Herman Melville, animation, 4 parts; easy book, level 2

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMVzhQgt6cw (Moby Dick, part 1)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WKwKgea4K0 (Moby Dick, part 2)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UfSwF2Hyq4 (Moby Dick, part 3)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MD65Bmfc9zQ (Moby Dick, part 4)

    Tatjana Berg - 04.04.2016 19:53

  11. Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe, level 2 From novel to essay

    Pupils improve their basic skills by reading a Penguin edition of the famous book, level 2.

    http://www.penguinreaders.com/pdf/downloads/pr/teachers-notes/9781405878708.pdf (the set of exercises and guidelines for teachers)

    Pupils can watch a cartoon version and practise their listening skills: www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRscJGE13OA

    Tatjana Berg - 08.02.2016 19:06

  12. The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie (audiobook)

    The full text of the novel and audio recording online.

    The source is easy to use and it is free of charge.

    The book is not difficult to read and understand due to quite simple vocabulary and sentences.  The students who have difficulties reading and understanding English might benefit from a great deal of drawings in the book as well as the audio in two possible speeds: high and low.

    Moreover, Sherman Alexie himself reads the whole book.

    The access to free audiobook:

    Tatjana Berg - 01.12.2016 10:25

  13. Journalism Trainee Scheme at the BBC: mini-project

    Students practice basic skills: writing, reading and listening.

    IT competence is important to complete the task successfully.

    Students collect information from the BBC website.

    Plakat "Morning Journal"

    Foto: akg-images / NTB Scanpix. Lisens: CC-by-nc-nd

    Tatjana Berg - 18.12.2014 12:53