Kaleidescope - Edinburgh

Kaleidescope is a project that mixes video and original pieces of writing from well-known authors in three capital cities – Belfast, Cardiff and Edinburgh.

Kaleidescope - Cardiff

Kaleidescope is a project that mixes video and original pieces of writing from well-known authors in three capital cities – Belfast, Cardiff and Edinburgh. The package consists of a piece of poetry or prose, which looks at the city from an insider’s point of view. A simple movie accompanies the writing to help the language learner understand lexical or cultural items that require explanation.

Kaleidescope - Belfast

Kaleidescope is a project that mixes video and original pieces of writing from well-known authors in three capital cities – Belfast, Cardiff and Edinburgh. The package consists of a piece of poetry or prose, which looks at the city from an insider’s point of view. A simple movie accompanies the writing to help the language learner understand lexical or cultural items that require explanation.

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Cath McLellan's picture Cath McLellan

Hi Naenitka

Thanks for your comment -if you take a look at the lesson plan, the text for...
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Naenitka's picture Naenitka

I mean task 3- the text about Ade Adepitan, and this is a crucial part of the lesson...


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Cath McLellan's picture Cath McLellan

Hello vonbrizon,

Thanks for the feedback and for letting us know about the error with the...
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