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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. Indian Working Lives

    Objective: Improving basic skills in English/ Studying Indian society

    Assessment: each student gets a credit for the exercise. Some students are assigned a grade.

    Criteria: a good command of English, creativity, efficiency, understanding social issues in India today and ability to discuss those in a group.

    Pupils work in groups; they listen to a person from India and fill in Table 1. Then they report about their findings and after listening to their mates they fill in the empty spaces of Table 1

    Tatjana Berg - 20.08.2013 09:35

  3. Kattapult* : Project Table

    Pupils build a table in a workshop at school. They improve manual skills and learn to work as a team.

    English assignment targets basic skills such as writing, reading and speaking

    Tatjana Berg - 18.09.2013 10:28

  4. Jolly Good Fellows

    Students find out what typical British traits are. Then they make a list of typical Norwegian characteristics. Finally, they produce a poster and vote for the best one. Students work in groups of 4.

    Basic skills

    • Oral communication: listening and talking to peers
    • Digital skills: making a poster (photoshop)

    Tatjana Berg - 03.10.2013 10:25

  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. Food 4 Thought: Case Study

    Students practise different basic skills: reading, writing, talking.

    Interpersonal relations and team work are also important in this exercise.

    Tatjana Berg - 05.11.2013 10:08

  7. It`s All in the Hair: Hair Stylist. Make a Leaflet

    • Students make a leaflet by using Microsoft Publisher
    • Students practise different basic skills (reading, writing, talking, digital skills)
    • They also use Cooperative Learning techniques (placemat) to learn the vocabulary from their line of work

    Tatjana Berg - 05.11.2013 10:54

  8. Bon Appétit!

    1. Students watch a short video clip (4 min.) and write down the polite phrases they can hear in the video.
    2. They create dialogues following the instruction, write them down and practise them afterwards.
    3. Students practise and improve some basic skills: listening, writing, talking.
    4. They focus on polite phrases and special vocabulary.

    Tatjana Berg - 18.11.2013 18:10

  9. 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

  10. Jack the Apprentice: At the garage

    The assignment suggests 3 step activities focused on oral and written communication (basic skills)

    Tatjana Berg - 18.02.2014 12:58

  11. Native American Cuisine

    The assignment is an interdisciplinary project.

    The main focus is on getting some knowledge about Native American cuisine, making a typical dish and presenting it afterwards.

    Students practise and improve reading, writing, speaking, numeracy and ICT (Information and communications Technology) skills.

    Foto: Martin Jacobs/NTB scanpix (Lisens: CC-by-nc-sa)

    Tatjana Berg - 18.03.2014 13:28

  12. Blackout by Emily Barr: reading a novel (Quick Reads)

    The assignment is focused on reading, understanding, role playing, and writing a news report.

    Students can improve all basic skills while working with the assignment.

    Tatjana Berg - 13.02.2014 10:31

  13. A Pig in a Poke or How to Complain Successfully

    The activities help practise basic skills: speaking and writing.

    Students play roles by complaining about a product or service.

    Next, the model text - a letter of complaint - is analysed in pairs and in class (the link )

    Finally, each student writes a letter of complaint.

    Tatjana Berg - 03.12.2013 21:08

  14. 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

  15. The Secret Life of Art: art periods, interdisciplinary project in Design and Crafts

    Students have to collect and record information about different art periods; thus, they practise basic skills such as reading and writing. Working with different sources -primary and secondary- is imperative for the project. Each group makes one piece of clothing or collage to represent the art period (vocational education class)

    Tatjana Berg - 15.01.2014 10:08

  16. Child Labour in the Past: written communication (writing in FYR)

    The activity targets basic skills: writing, listening, speaking and IT literacy.

    Pupils use laptops with headphones to collect some materials from the Internet.  Afterwards the findings are discussed in small groups or pairs.

    The materials from the Internet should help write a letter (Written communication)

    Pupils change their identity by stepping into the shoes of a child from Victorian Britain and write a letter to a friend. The worksheet has  some questions to help pupils to write a successful letter.

    Tatjana Berg - 10.11.2014 18:58

  17. Brakes: oral communication in FYR (mechanics)

    Pupils practise different basic skills: writing, talking, reading and IT literacy.

    Warm up activity: 3 min. writing about brakes

    Pair work: discussing questions in pairs (the set of questions aboout the brake system)

    Role play: pupils write a dialogue between a mechanic and an American tourist that has faulty brakes.

    Follow up activity: Pupils can read Drive in a motorcar by Roald Dahl (short story analysis)

    The website www.wikihow gives step by step instructions on different operations in the garage.

    Tatjana Berg - 04.12.2014 10:32

  18. 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

  19. Farming: oral and written communication

    The activities improve different basic skills: listening, talking, writing.

    Pupils take different roles in a group, e.g.  a writer, an  editor, a secretary.

    Tatjana Berg - 17.12.2014 13:30

  20. Living Side By Side: Multicultural World and Inclusion

    Students practise their basic skills in reading, talking and writing.

    The activities  help practising interpersonal skills and team work.

    Tatjana Berg - 05.02.2015 18:31

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