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Noah's Ark in Space

This is a small group, free discussion activity aimed at pre-intermediate students and above, in which students are asked to decide which animals should be selected to go aboard a space-craft in order to safeguard their survival. Time: About thirty minutes.

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What does migration bring?

This is a listening and speaking activity for students based on the theme of migration. It should be suitable for adult or young adult intermediate level learners. Immigration can be a difficult and controversial topic to tackle and some students may have very strong opinions on this topic. The activity was based on themes from the OPENCities project www.opencities.eu

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The challenges of being a migrant

This is a speaking and listening activity that involves students in thinking about the kinds of problems and challenges they might face as a migrant going to Belfast. They then listen to the true stories of 5 migrants talking about the challenges they have faced in moving to Belfast. The activity is based on themes and images from the OPENCities project www.opencities.eu

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Developing a Nation

This is a group-work speaking activity for intermediate level and above, where students are asked to make choices about the future economic development of a fictional developing country.

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Spending committee

This is a group activity where students imagine they are going to be part of the committee that will decide how money is spent in their school.

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Speaking activities

On these pages you will find ideas for classroom activities which involve speaking.

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