VELKOMIÐ AÐ
LANDAFRÆÐI !
HOW MANY LANGUAGES DO YOU
THINK ARE SPOKEN AT PRIORY?
HOW MANY LANGUAGES ARE
SPOKEN IN THIS ROOM?
‘THE RIGHT TO ENJOY YOUR OWN
CULTURE, USE YOUR OWN LANGUAGE,
AND FOLLOW YOUR OWN RELIGION’
Article 30
Where in the world is….?
Area of school? What country is
this?
What language do
they speak here?
How can you say
hello in this
language?
What is th...
Area of school? What country is
this?
What language do
they speak here?
How can you say
hello in this
language?
MEDC or LE...
Are we respecting the right to use your
own language here in school?
How does language affect your right to
learn?
HVAÐ HEFUR LÆRT ÞÚ?
WHAT HAVE YOU LEARNT?
Earn your ‘visa’ stamp!
BLESS!
Good morning
Good afternoon
Hi
Thank you
Bye
My name is….
Please
nzuri asubuhi
(un-zoo-ree az-oo-boo-hee)
nafn mitt er
(na...
Icelandic Swahili
Good morning Góðan daginn
(gothan daginn)
nzuri asubuhi
(un-zoo-ree az-oo-boo-hee)
Good afternoon Góðan ...
International Languages Day Geography lesson
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  • Welcome to Geography!
  • Take suggestions. Then discuss in table groups and quiz each other – do you speak any other language? Which? How many?
  • Link to Rights Respect Responsibility / RRSA
  • Introduce students to the upside down map. Orient them. Practise together first. Can use grid refs as practise too.
  • Quick orientation explanation first. Thenquiz in pairs. Use an atlas and / or tablets for some quiz and tour of the world work. Pick 5 areas of the school, students to identify from the map / atlas what countries this corresponds to. Then using atlas / tablet they research that country to find language spoken here, and how to say hello etc,. Mark on the map what location it is. Complete the grid.
  • Year 7 or 8. Atlas or Win8 device / mobile.
  • For year 9 – link to development unit, use development data to prove MEDC or LEDC. Challenge stereotypes.
  • Discussion – link to school signage, difficult finding areas, language barriers in class, barriers to learning, right to an education, etc,.
  • ‘What have you learnt?’
  • Exit plenary – stamp their books with the ‘mobile@priory’ stamp as a visa exit stamp. Students must demonstrate increased awareness of languages across the world, language barrier, links to Unicef charter.e.g. 50 words to explain the links between language and right to learn, 3 facts about the countries ‘visited’ on the world map, etc,. Depending on ability.
  • Goodbye!
  • Extension – card sort, cut up languages and can they match up to the correct phrase in the correct language? Iceland and Swahili
  • Correct answers
  • International Languages Day Geography lesson

    1. 1. VELKOMIÐ AÐ LANDAFRÆÐI !
    2. 2. HOW MANY LANGUAGES DO YOU THINK ARE SPOKEN AT PRIORY? HOW MANY LANGUAGES ARE SPOKEN IN THIS ROOM?
    3. 3. ‘THE RIGHT TO ENJOY YOUR OWN CULTURE, USE YOUR OWN LANGUAGE, AND FOLLOW YOUR OWN RELIGION’ Article 30
    4. 4. Where in the world is….?
    5. 5. Area of school? What country is this? What language do they speak here? How can you say hello in this language? What is the capital city? One interesting fact St Andrew’s House Quad Dance & Drama Studio (DDS) Norway Spain
    6. 6. Area of school? What country is this? What language do they speak here? How can you say hello in this language? MEDC or LEDC? Prove it – how do you know? FACT! St Andrew’s House Quad Dance & Drama Studio (DDS) Norway Spain
    7. 7. Are we respecting the right to use your own language here in school? How does language affect your right to learn?
    8. 8. HVAÐ HEFUR LÆRT ÞÚ?
    9. 9. WHAT HAVE YOU LEARNT? Earn your ‘visa’ stamp!
    10. 10. BLESS!
    11. 11. Good morning Good afternoon Hi Thank you Bye My name is…. Please nzuri asubuhi (un-zoo-ree az-oo-boo-hee) nafn mitt er (narf meet-air) Hujambo (who-jam-boh) Bless (bless) Góðan dag (gothan tag) jina langu ni (jean-a lan-goo knee) Takk (Tack) Góðan daginn (gothan daginn) Bye (buy) Halló (Hal-low) Tafadhali (Taff-add-harley) Shukrani (shoe-crah-nee) habari za mchana (hab-arriee tza um-charna) Vinsamlegast (vin-sam-lay-gassed)
    12. 12. Icelandic Swahili Good morning Góðan daginn (gothan daginn) nzuri asubuhi (un-zoo-ree az-oo-boo-hee) Good afternoon Góðan dag (gothan tag) habari za mchana (hab-arriee tza um-charna) Hi Halló (Hal-low) Hujambo (who-jam-boh) Thank you Takk (Tack) Shukrani (shoe-crah-nee) Bye Bless (bless) Bye (buy) My name is…. nafn mitt er (narf meet-air) jina langu ni (jean-a lan-goo knee) Please Vinsamlegast (vin-sam-lay-gassed) Tafadhali (Taff-add-harley)

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