Read in the BBC web site these four stories about migrants’ journeys and take notes.
Which story interested you most?
Omar, Staf, Ahmed, Om?
What are their countries of origin?
While your classmates take the oral exam, you will work on this BBC article about India. There are ten different aspects of the country which are addressed in the text. Read the whole article and summarise the ten main ideas.
You have been working in groups on different on going conflict areas. You had to find out data on different aspects: death toll, casualties; displaced people.
In this short video from the BBC, you will be able to hear some testimonies of Syrian kids that are now living in refugee camps.
We have already discussed what the causes of conflict and war might be. In this interactive map you can locate on going conflicts and wars. In the site you will also find what the different icons stand for according to colour and size. By clicking on them you will get information on the conflict. We shall be using the map in class.Now, listen to this you tube video and identify in the map the 10 active wars that are mentioned.
Five years ago, inspired by a Spanish you tube video that went viral, a group of 4th ESO students from European Sections recorded their vindication of the printed book experience in Catalan. Also, Molly, our American assistant teacher at that time, recorded in two short videos the English version of “book” to celebrate Book day.
Five years later, let’s “retrieve data” to pay homage to printed books. In this pdf you will find the transcript. Maybe you’d like to memorise it (one line each) and put it on stage as the students of 4th ESO did 5 years ago. You are really good as choreographers, so let’s see… something really fun might come out of it. Good Luck!
Here follow the Spanish viral video, the Catalan version staged by European Section students and Molly’s English contribution.