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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
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
With a flight from Kenya to Australia, everything in Thon's life changed. He was free from 14 years in a refugee camp and about to start a new unimaginable life. ABC Open community contributor Kayla Warwick found out about his journey for One on One: Goulburn Valley Refugees.
Tatjana Berg - 14.05.2014 21:46
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
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
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
Students study 2 cases, write 2 dialogues and then practice the dialogues (small groups/pairs).
Basic skills: reading, talking, writing.
Tatjana Berg - 13.11.2013 10:34
Pupils practise different basic skills by reading some excerpts from the book by Ben Carson or watching a TV film based on the book.
There is an online educational package for teachers to stimulate oral and written communication in class.
Tatjana Berg - 14.10.2015 11:19
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 audio of the famous book by Erich Segal (with subtitles) is a good source for learning English and English literature in particular.
Pupils can work with the novel individually, in groups or in class. The level of difficulty is 3 , i.e. the text is quite easy.
The novel discusses many themes such as love, the American Dream, education, social inequality, challenges and so on.
Love Story can be used in vocational classes. Those students, who have problems reading long texts, can practice listening comprehension.
Tatjana Berg - 20.01.2016 18:12
An additional material on different global issues (video clips, true stories, projects and etc.)
Tatjana Berg - 14.05.2014 10:17
The audiobook is a good source to work with a short stories by Hispanics.
The chapters are short and can be taught separately.
Combining listening and reading is an essential way in improving English skills in the differetiated
Tatjana Berg - 11.01.2017 14:17