Create Your Own Country

Create Your Own Country
are aware of differences in cultural
conventions in English and their mother
tongues, such as in greetings.
they need to do reasarch
students learn about different cultures
Learners become acquainted with
norms and behaviors in a variety of
cultures.
Learners are aware of various ways in
which English differs from their home
language.
Learners appreciate the nature of
language and the differences between
English and other languages.
Learners appreciate literature that is
written in English and through it
develop sensitivity to a variety of
cultures.
give respectful and informative
feedback to your classmates
present your country to the class
alternative assessment
review and edit presentations based on
feedback from peers/teacher.
use digital media tools, such as pod
casts and Web 2.0 tools.
express ideas and opinions about
general topics using main and
supporting ideas
Learners use appropriate vocabulary
and accurate grammar for this level,
incorporating discourse markers,
following conventions of prosody/print.
Learners organize and present ideas
and information orally and in writing
about general topics, suiting register
and text type to purpose and audience.
Learners present ideas and information
in an organized, planned manner in a
variety of formats in spoken and
written English on a wide range of
topics, using print and digital media.
the capital city
the population
the landscape
the culture
the political structure
the language
name
currancy
use of former knowledge to describe
your country
use information tools, such as a
dictionary or simplified Web 2.0 tools.
interpret information from visual data,
such as graphs, diagrams, and maps.
follow directions and a sequence of
complex instructions in a variety of
contexts.
Learners obtain and use information by
applying knowledge of vocabulary,
grammar, punctuation, text structure,
digital media and a variety of discourse
markers.
Learners access information in English
from oral and written texts from a wide
range of printed and digital media and
make use of that information for a
variety of purposes
process
focus on learner
authentic task
group work
higher order thinking skills
use the new vocabulary and future
tense correctly
able to have discussion
make decisions as part of a group
use new vocabulary
follow directions on how to create your
city
create, collaborate and respond to a
variety of written texts in  print or
handwriting, as well as  digital media
engage in conversations about general
topics, such as current events, and
future plans, using language to suit
context, audience and purpose.
interact for a variety of purposes, such
as agreeing and disagreeing, giving
and following instructions and
directions, complimenting, and giving
advice.
express and elaborate on personal
wishes and opinions.
Learners use appropriate vocabulary  and accurate grammar for this level.
Learners interact fluently using
appropriate register for a limited range
of social contexts.
STANDARDS
PBL
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