This lesson is part of a series of plans based on interviews with people from around the UK. It focuses on developing learners’ knowledge of a part of the UK, as well as practising their vocabulary and listening skills. It also aims to help their ability to take notes while listening to quite a challenging audio script.
Topic: Life in Wales
CEFR level B1/B2
60 minutes +
- To develop learners’ knowledge of Wales
- To develop learners’ ability to listen to and extract information from a difficult authentic listening
- To develop learners’ intensive listening
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Until Scotland has its independence, Snowdon is not the highest mountain in the UK.
On the topic of independence, I find my students are much more interested in current issues, such as devolution, than the countries' histories. I would replace no. 10 with 'Wales has had its own government since 1998.' (True - In referendums in 1997, the people of Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland voted to have their own assemby or parliament.)