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Thursday, May 5

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    A.1. What makes a good presentation?
    Relate each orange descriptorgreen category to its corresponding green category.orange description.
    {OralPresentation-descriptors2.jpg}
    In your opinion, which descriptor is more important? Why? Order all of them from 1 (the most important) to 7
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Tuesday, May 3

  1. page Final project edited ... Deadlines: XXth March, 2011 (outline), XXth March, 2011 (final draft of PowerPoint or Glogster…
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    Deadlines: XXth March, 2011 (outline), XXth March, 2011 (final draft of PowerPoint or Glogster presentation)
    Assessment criteria checklist
    language fluency and accuracy, content, organization of ideas (to be developed)Is your presentation good? Which mark do you deserve? You can check here how we are going to assess your presentation:
    {OralPresentation-rubric.pdf}

    Groups
    Group 1
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  2. page B. Presenting cultural stereotypes edited ... B.2. Dealing with stereotypes. Read your text and try to remember as much information as you …
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    B.2. Dealing with stereotypes.
    Read your text and try to remember as much information as you can.
    {B-2-Texts.pdf}After the class, you will find here the four texts: {Activity_B-2.pdf}
    B.3. Information quest.
    Ask the other groups about the stereotypes in their text and fill in this grid.
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    In your opinion, which descriptor is more important? Why? Order all of them from 1 (the most important) to 7
    (the less important).
    Download the following Word document to this activity: {Session_A-1.doc}
    A.2. Reinvent yourself!
    Today you are going to change your appearance and create a new image... but in the digital world. We have created our avatar characters in Voki, and now we want you to meet them and join them. You will have to register in www.voki.com and follow the steps to create a speaking character who will describe its new look. Then, you will have to post it on the forum, and write a short description of it. Of course, you can write comments on your classmate’s avatars.
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  6. page 2. Stereotypes at high school edited ... 5. Which stereotype does the team break during the match? 6. At the end of the video, is Kur…
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    5. Which stereotype does the team break during the match?
    6. At the end of the video, is Kurt's father proud of his son?
    {Activity_2-2.pdf}
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    2.1. Describing a fiction character.
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  8. page 3. From stereotypes to discrimination edited ... All the students with the same number will work together in a group. You will read your text a…
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    All the students with the same number will work together in a group. You will read your text and become an expert on it with the help of your group mates. Later you will have to explain it to the other members of your original group without the text.
    Here you will find the four texts to download after the class.
    {3Stereotypes-BecomingExpert.pdf}{Activity_3-1.pdf}
    3.2. Sharing the information.
    Now that you are experts on your text, explain it to the rest of your group and learn about the other texts. You must fill in the following grid while you listen to your group mates.
    You will have to answer a test afterwards, so explain it the best you can and listen carefully to your group mates. You will have 20 minutes.
    {Activity3-2-table.jpg}{Activity_3-2.pdf}
    3.3. What have you learnt about stereotypes?
    Answer this test individually. Circle the correct answer. There is only one possible answer!
    {Session3-test.pdf}{Activity_3-3.pdf}
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    3.1. Explaining what stereotypes are.
    Record yourself with Audacity explaining with your own words what you have learnt about stereotypes. E-mail the recording to the teachers.
    {Homework3-1.jpg}
    3.2.
    My Class
    Remember to write about what you have liked or disliked, or about what you have learnt during each class. You should write it after every session, but it is not compulsory to do it every day. However, you will have to write a minimum of 3 entries. Don’t forget to start each entry with the date!
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