Watch this video about peepoople, an initiative that tries to tackle the problem of lack of sanitation. Then, do the activities in the pdf document you will find in slide share.
This is a flash animation about the Khan family. You should access the web page and investigate about them. You have to find out:
What is the Ferham Families project about?
Where is Ferham?
Enter the kids’ rooms and click on the objects they have. Select one object in each room and listen what they have to tell you about them.
Could you tell us something similar of an object you have in your room?
Bring the object or a pic of it to class and be ready to tell us the story.
. This will be the final activity of the immigration project.
All of you must have seen on TV or read in the news about last Sunday, November 9th, celebrations to mark the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Unfortunately, the world is still a walled place indeed. According to the Guardian, 6000 miles of walls have been built in the last decade. Spain is also among the countries that have built up walls. Many of those walls are built to prevent people from leaving or entering a country. We are about to start the new topic of this term, migration. Finding out where and why new walls are being built will help us understand why people want to move.
We’ve been travelling together since the beginning of the school year, haven’t we? This week you will finish presenting your travel projects that have taken us to distant lands.
Here we are again, on the move, forced to pack. This time for a different reason, not just for pleasure. Unfortunately, current news are an endless source of information about people who are forced to leave their countries and settle elsewhere.
- Why do people migrate?
- What are the push and pull forces that make people move?
- How do they feel about leaving their belongings behind?
- What do they take with them?
These are some of the issues we shall investigate. In this BBC site you can find some answers to the first two questions.