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  1. British accents - The British Council

    Students can listen to the same story read by locals from 10 different parts of the UK and interact by making judgements about how friendly, attractive, intelligent and trustworthy each accent sounds. Students could also be asked to note how understable they find each accent and which words/sounds are particularly different.

    Bronia Hamilton - 04.10.2013 09:28

  2. Visit a wiseman - work experience

    This is a lesson based on a cooperative learning structure from Spencer Kagan and Jette Stenlev. It is to be used after work experience for students to share and reflect on their experiences. It predominantly involves oral work but can also be completed with the group producing a short text.

    Bronia Hamilton - 15.10.2013 11:08

  3. Video: Dropout Nation PBS Video

    Every year, hundreds of thousands of teenagers in the United States quit high school without diplomas - an epidemic so out of control that nobody knows the exact number. FRONTLINE takes you inside a former "dropout factory" in Houston, Texas, for an unforgettable portrait of four students in crisis and the teachers, counselors and principal waging a daily struggle to get them to graduation. Watch online: Dropout Nation from FRONTLINE. On demand, streaming video from PBS

    Bronia Hamilton - 14.11.2013 09:27

  4. Meet the Somalis - Including illustrated stories about Somalis in the UK

    Meet the Somalis is a collection of 14 illustrated stories depicting the real life experiences of Somalis in seven cities in Europe: Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Leicester, London, Malmo, and Oslo.

    Use the stories of those in Leicester or London to discuss social issues in the UK or simply use the texts as an alternative form of text to discuss. The story of the family in Oslo is rather poignant.

    Bronia Hamilton - 14.11.2013 09:41

  5. Personal stories of members of the Stolen Generations

    These stories are part of the Bringing Them Home report that the Australian Human Rights Commission undertook to look at the effects of the forceable removal of Aboriginal Children. These are very powerful stories and would most likely need to be edited in terms of language. However they are worthwhile using since many students will find these geniuine first person accounts very moving.

    Bronia Hamilton - 16.11.2014 00:14

  6. Typisk Norsk - barnehage og skole

    Students choose an age group at childcare (1 years old, two year olds, etc.) and prepare information about this age group. They will research and use their experiences from work practice to prepare a presentation about what is typical Norwegian for children in their chosen age group.

    Bronia Hamilton - 18.11.2014 15:30

  7. Solar Power Makes Electricity More Accessible On Navajo Reservation

    A current article (April 2015) about electrcity on Navajo Reservation including relevant links if you would like to work more on this topic.

    Bronia Hamilton - 21.04.2015 12:27

  8. English as a world language

    What does English mean to individuals around the world, how has the English language been affected by other languages? The English Effect exhibition examines these questions and more

    Bronia Hamilton - 04.10.2013 09:23

  9. Consensus Placemat - Customer Service Case Studies

    Students will read a case study situation and each write down how they would respond step by step. They must then each share their response and come to a consensus as a group about the best way to respond.

    This can be repeated with several different case studies and the responses then shared again as a class.

    Bronia Hamilton - 15.10.2013 13:54