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International week homework project

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  • 1. International Week My Culture From November 15-18, we will be celebrating our cultures during International Week. Prepare the following items to share with our class: Festivals • Tell us about one important festival in your country (eg: Australia Day, Eid, Hanukkah, the 4th of July) Flag • Make a flag on the piece of paper given to you. It may have 2 different flags (one on each side) if you wish. Languages • Write out the numbers from 1-10 and teach us some basic greetings in a language spoken in your country (other than English). eg: Hello, How are you?, My name is…. Facts About Your Country • Tell us something about your country eg: geography, weather, population, highest mountain, nearest countries, languages spoken… Tourist Attractions • What are the most interesting places to visit and things to see in your country? **Use a poster, Power Point slideshow, travel brochure, booklet or any other form to present your information.
  • 2. Things to Bring • An object from your country- Bring an item to show to the class eg: photos, coins, stamps, a hat, boomerang, kiwi… • Books- Share a book in your native language, or a legend from your country. Find • A website- Find a tourism website that we can look at in class to find out more about your country. Extra For Experts • Design a travel brochure for the main attractions in your country. Images Globe-hands-sm by noticelj http://www.flickr.com/photos/noticelj/2878326718/ Be a Patriot:Buy a Flag! by cobalt 123 http://www.flickr.com/photos/cobalt/182919642/ Globe by Patrick Q http://www.flickr.com/photos/patrick_q/204252734/