July 1, 2010
Tower Hamlets SLN today! As promised here are the slides from today’s presentation which can find on the presentations page.
You can find further links to some of the resources I mentioned in this posting about the ALL Cambs meeting in May.
Here also is the link to the Cola cola Charter for football.
A PDF version of the MFL framework and the exemplification materials is available on the National Strategies site.
June 13, 2010
If you are after some authentic texts in German for the World cup look no further than some of the many German sites geared towards children. One of these is Hanisauland produced by the Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung. The screenshot shows their home page for everything to do with the World cup. On these pages you can find information about all the countries playing, including geography and climate, together with images and a clip of the relevant national anthem.
Another useful site is ZDFtivi which not only has a blog about the world cup but also more general information about the countries of Africa. There is also a video about a young girl living in Senegal and one about a boy from Mali who aspires to be a professional footballer. There are also some interesting materials and video footage about the “Big five” in South Africa which could be useful for some CLIL.
May 19, 2010
It was great to meet so many of you today. You can see most of the slides from my presentation on the Presentations page. As promised here are the links to the websites I mentioned today:
5 rules for good/bad design of flags (French). This PDF includes good and bad examples of each rule.
SCIAF youth – video resources and blog about life in the Democratic republic of Congo. The same site has just produced some resources in Spanish about Archbishop Oscar Romero.
Rules for the game of football, including the those concerning the size etc of the ball, pitch etc
The FIFA website in French for the 2010 world cup has information not only about the teams participating but also about the host country. The same information is also available in German, and Spanish
You can find information about Didier Drogba on wikipedia or on his own website.
This is the link to the video of the song Ja der Fußball ist rund wie die Welt and here is the text.