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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. The Right Balance: Mixing Energy Resources - National Geographic Education

    The tasks can be studied as interdisciplinary project.

    Pupils will learn about different sources of energy; then they will discuss in groups the best ones or present their idea of an area with the best energy solution.

    Tatjana Berg - 01.10.2013 22:43

  3. Travel Tours & Guided Trips | National Geographic Expeditions

    Travel the world with National Geographic on our guided wildlife safaris, expedition cruises, active adventures, family trips, photography workshops, and more.

    The link can be used to find destinations and "sell" them in a virtual travel agency. Students can select and "sell" trips to different groups of customers or to individuals. They have to meet the needs of the "buyers".

    Tatjana Berg - 01.10.2013 23:10

  4. BBC - Skillswise - English

    BBC Skillswise enables adults to improve reading, writing and number skills. Level one and entry level three literacy and numeracy resources - worksheets, quizzes and games.

    Tatjana Berg - 13.05.2013 16:00

  5. Beautify: Fashion Designer. Make a Brochure

    Students practise different basic skills. They also use Cooperative Learning techniques (placemat) to learn the vocabulary from their line of work.

    Students make a brochure by using Microsoft Publisher

    Tatjana Berg - 31.10.2013 20:29

  6. Mechanic, Welder and a Panel-technician: Present your future job

    The assignment has 5 tasks that should provide the opportunity to practise basic skills, such as reading, listening and speaking/talking.

    Tatjana Berg - 20.11.2013 13:51

  7. In Sickness and Health. Vocational education programme: Health and social care

    Students choose a disease they want to present. Afterwards, they collect information, interview people ( e.g. patients, friends or family)

    Next, they make a short film or PowerPoint-presentation.

    During this activity students practise reading, speaking, writing as well as numerical and digital skills.

    Eventually, the final product is presented in class.

    Each person can self-evaluate himself/herself but it is possible to ask peers to evaluate each other too.

    The set of criteria for evaluation is provided in the file.

    Tatjana Berg - 16.12.2013 14:01

  8. 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

  9. Everyday First Aid | British Red Cross

    The British Red Cross wants to help you feel confident and willing to give first aid. This site makes it easy to learn the skills you’ll need to treat a range of injuries and illnesses.

    Tatjana Berg - 15.05.2014 21:35

  10. 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

  11. Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens: mini project

    Students will study the film based on Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens; they will learn about the Victorian age (listening activities from the BBC)

    Students will practise basic skills, such as listening, reading, talking, writing.

    They will search the internet for some information on child labour today (digital skills)

    Tatjana Berg - 24.10.2013 13:17

  12. Deola Sagoe: Authentic and Chic (Nigerian Fashion Designer)

    The assignment helps improve vocational vocabulary.

    Students practice basic skills, such as writing, listening and speaking.

    The assignment is based on a documentary made by Al Jazeera.

    Tatjana Berg - 17.09.2015 11:34