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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 news report on a driverless car is suitable to discuss new development in car industry.
Objectives: to understand basic information, to be able to summarise the news report in a short paragraph and to learn the new vocabulary used in the report.
Tatjana Berg - 25.03.2014 22:52
The link has an overview of famous people from different parts of the world.
Tatjana Berg - 30.03.2014 19:44
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
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
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
The short film can be complementary in teaching The Last Leaf by O`Henry (the short story is published in Targets)
The film has subtitles too.
Tatjana Berg - 08.12.2014 20:32
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
The website provides good sources to different topics: videos, articles, speeches and pictures.
Tatjana Berg - 06.01.2015 18:37
The webside can be useful to create a good discussion situation in class, in groups or pairs.
There are plenty of different topics with a set of questions there.
Tatjana Berg - 23.01.2015 11:07
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
Students practise basic skills by doing a survey and writing / delivering a speech.
In advance students keep a record of their meeting with American culture (a week record/diary)
The activity targets communication and writing skills.
The final product - a speech- can be recorded by using an app / software (lydinnspilling)
Tatjana Berg - 12.03.2015 11:29
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
A story is read by the author. The animation can be a starting point in learning some facts about Canada (Quebec) and its francophone population.
Tatjana Berg - 26.05.2015 19:16
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
Students can type in words or texts and listen to those afterwards.
The choice of different variants of English and other languages makes it a useful tool for students.
Tatjana Berg - 29.05.2015 10:06
Hispanics in the USA
Reading and Writing: Pupils read some chapters from The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros, do exercises focused on vocabulary and grammar and then write their own texts inspired by the author: A letter to a character from the book and a vignette about their dream house.
Listening Comprehension: Pupils listen to an interview with Sandra Cisneros and answer some questions.
Tatjana Berg - 13.05.2013 15:39
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
The different videos and recipes can be an additional material in educating children and teens about food.
The website is developed by Tesco.
Teachers can find some helpful worksheets there too.
Tatjana Berg - 16.06.2015 18:47
Lisens: CC-by-nc-sa, foto: Norwegian, NTB Scanpix
Pupils apply for a job in a travel agency by sending their application and CV. Then they are invited for an "interview" and eventually they are given the job. Pupils choose a country and a city in any English speaking country as their destination. The whole project has different stages, e.g.day 1: From the airport to the hotel (a "guide" has to inform "tourists" about the hotel)
Tatjana Berg - 14.05.2013 12:58