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Where are our goods made in? …

Where are our goods made in?
Are they made in our country?
In our continent?
Or far away?

Students collected labels from all the products they use: clothes, shoes, food, toys, school materials...
Then they classified the products into countries and continents.
Students collected data, processed it into a bar chart, checked the information and ended the project making an oral presentation.

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  • 1. Made in...Where are our goods made in?
  • 2. Where are our goods made in? Are they made in our country? In our continent? Or far away?Students collected labels from all the products they use: clothes, shoes, food, toys, school materials...Then they classified the products into countries and continents.Students collected data, processed it into a bar chart, checked the information and ended the project making an oral presentation.
  • 3. Collecting labels from different products we use: T-shirts, pencil cases, dolls, jeans, scarves, pens, track suits, … If we don’t know thename of the object we look in the dictionary
  • 4. Then we fill a chart with thecountries where the products were made
  • 5. Some countries’ names sound strange: Indonesia, Mauritius, Bangladesh… Where are they?
  • 6. Now we know and we canfind them on the map!
  • 7. It is also a good moment to learn about the continents. The teacherprepared a “continents jigsaw” for us to solve. We had great fun!
  • 8. Time for reflection! Processing data into a bar graph, checking the information and preparing the oral presentation.
  • 9. Bar graph
  • 10. Time to speak!
  • 11. Language we use• “My T-shirt is made in China”• “My scarf is made in Portugal”• “There are 19 items made in China and only one made in Pakistan”• “Where is your tracksuit made in?• It is made in Indonesia”• “In our group we’ve got two objects made in Morocco”• “Where’s Bangladesh?• I don’t know!”• “Why don’t you look in Google or in an atlas?”• “How many items comes from Asia?”
  • 12. credits Students of Grade 5School Els Convents. Martorell Teacher: Enric Calvet February, 2012