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After watching Blood Diamond by Edward Zwick, students can answer easy questions about the plot, characters and the message of the film.
The task is focused on basic skills: reading, writing and talking.
Tatjana Berg - 13.05.2014 10:16
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.
Tatjana Berg - 14.05.2014 09:27
Child soldier Ishmael Beah speaks to George Stroumboulopoulos on TheHOUR about his experience fighting in Sierre Leone and his new book "A Long Way Home: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier"
Tatjana Berg - 13.10.2014 10:32
The material can be used to study literature and global issues.
The book is written by a former child soldier. The language is not diffiicult and can be easily understood by pupils. Ishmael tells the story of his life in Sierra Leone and later in Canada.
The interview with Ishmael Beah (NDLA/FYR) can be useful too.
Students can compare and contrast Ishmael Beah and the fictional character of Dia from Blood Diamond.
Tatjana Berg - 16.10.2014 09:36
The link has an overview of famous people from different parts of the world.
Tatjana Berg - 30.03.2014 19:44
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
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:
Tatjana Berg - 21.05.2015 11:15
The film is made in Afghanistan in 2003. Students can watch it with English subtitles on YouTube (app. 90 min.)
The simple story discusses the life of children (a girl named Osama) under the Taliban.
Tatjana Berg - 23.11.2015 09:43
World Vision. Teacher`s Resources: health,child rights, food, gender, indigenous peoples,refugees, disasters,environment.
The website has short films, pictures, background information, mind maps, posters, activities, and much more for studying different issues, e.g. health, food, child rights and so on.
The language of the films is simple.
The materials can be downloaded or copied.
Tatjana Berg - 14.05.2014 11:05
Students practice basic skills: writing, reading and listening.
IT competence is important to complete the task successfully.
Students collect information from the BBC website.
Foto: akg-images / NTB Scanpix. Lisens: CC-by-nc-nd
Tatjana Berg - 18.12.2014 12:53