OPENCities is a collaboration project between the British Council, European Commission, City Governments world-wide, and a growing range of institutional partners. The lesson plans in this series aim to support understanding of the potential for cities to more fully embrace the opportunities presented by international population flows.

 

Introduction:

OPENCities is a collaboration project between the British Council, European Commission, City Governments world-wide, and a growing range of institutional partners. The lesson plans in this series aim to support understanding of the potential for cities to more fully embrace the opportunities presented by international population flows.

This lesson plan explores some of the issues associated with cultural and environmental adjustments and looks at some of ways in which these have impacted on the lives of migrants in different cities and countries. This is a strong underlying theme of the OPENCities project www.opencities.eu

Topic

Human Migration

Level

Intermediate +

Time

60 minutes +

Aims:

  • To develop students’ skills communication skills
  • To develop students' vocabulary around the topic of human migration
  • To help students understand some of the issues regarding human migration

Materials

Lesson Plan: guide for teacher on procedure including answers to tasks.

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Worksheets: exercises which can be printed out for use in class. The worksheets contain:

  • Discussion tasks
  • Vocabularly building tasks
  • Reading activities
  • Listening activities
  • Consolidation activities

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Audio: This can also be downloaded

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