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The Highland Council Tackling Big Issues SALT, Nov 5 th 2011 Developing Global Citizenship through Languages Thea Searle, ML Subject Supporter - Highland.

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1 The Highland Council Tackling Big Issues SALT, Nov 5 th 2011 Developing Global Citizenship through Languages Thea Searle, ML Subject Supporter - Highland

2 Global citizenship Global Citizenship is about understanding the need to tackle injustice and inequality, and having the desire and ability to work actively to do so. It is about valuing the Earth as precious and unique, and safeguarding the future for those coming after us. Global Citizenship is a way of thinking and behaving. It is an outlook on life, a belief that we can make a difference. (Oxfam website)Oxfam website

3 Knowledge & Understanding Social justice & equity Diversity Globalisation & interdependence Sustainable Development Peace and conflict What topics could you look at to address these issues in your Languages classroom?

4 Skills Critical thinking Ability to argue effectively Ability to challenge injustice & inequalities Respect for people & beings Cooperation & conflict resolution What types of activities could you do to develop such skills?

5 Values & attitudes Sense of identity & self esteem Empathy Commitment to social justice & equity Value & respect for diversity Concern for the environment & commitment to sustainable development Belief that people can make a difference What language phrases / structures could you use to develop the above?

6 Conflict Modern Studies SCIAF Podcast Francophone country Free time

7 Conflict – Critical thinking Man versus nature – mining Man versus society - dictatorship Man versus man – civil war Man versus self – ethical & moral dilemma

8 Francophone country - RDC Map of African countries & languages Background information in English & quiz

9 Podcast – Social justice Raise awareness of conflict in RDC Look at the work of SCIAF Develop language skills

10 Pupil feedback Good fun Learnt their lives are different but we have a lot of things in common We enjoyed not using text books Our vocabulary has got bigger. We found out Africa had French speaking people It was new.

11 Conflict unit of work GGS French Blog – GGS French Blog ch/ You can find the Conflict work on the blog, along with all the example radio shows and pupil evaluations.

12 Social justice Topic: Human rights Resource: Human Rights in French Context: Kroo Bay – a website by Save the Children Kroo Bay Language: On doit / il faut & si phrases Skills: Reading – Unfamiliar language eg. Aid Writing – Factfile & Day in Life Speaking – Presentation

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14 Pupil feedback The writing activities were 'exciting' as made me think about life over there. They made me use more complicated French. Really enjoyed it was completely different & interesting. Very good as see where people live and the situation they live in. Improved my French because required to use French in challenging and interesting situations

15 Human rights unit of work GGS French Blog – GGS French Blog ch/ You can find the Kroo bay work on the blog, along with some examples of work. The work is in the archives section in June 2008 and called Sierra Leone work.

16 Human rights Context - What countries/events/issues could you focus on? Language - What language structures/grammar could you develop? Skills - What activities could do in your Languages classroom? What language skills / global citizenship skills would you develop? Values – What is the point of the activity?

17 Conservation

18 Description Adjectives Dictionary Miming Personal details Basic Q & A Survey Actions Verbs Whiteboards Animal vocab Genders Pelmanism HWP Visit Quiz Observation Discussion Conservation Reading texts Animal profiles Writing

19 Ils veulent sauver leur zoo (Les cles juniors website) Le zoo de Vincennes, souffle ses 70 bougies toutes portes fermées. En effet, le personnel ne veut plus y travailler car il le trouve en trop mauvais état et donc dangereux. Le zoo de Vincennes, à Paris, a été fondé en Mondialement connu, il a attiré lan dernier visiteurs. Pourtant de nombreuses zones sont interdites au public : les rhinocéros ne reçoivent plus de visites depuis 2 ans, les lions et les tigres ont déménagé vers dautres parcs et les ours vont bientôt les suivre. En effet, le zoo ne pouvait plus accueillir les visiteurs en toute sécurité. Les énormes faux rochers qui constituent son originalité seffritent et menacent de sécrouler. Les soigneurs et les gardiens ont alors jugé que la situation devenait trop dangereuse pour eux. Cest pour cette raison quils ont décidé darrêter de travailler. Ils veulent également attirer lattention des Français sur létat du zoo. Ce dernier appartient au Muséum dhistoire naturelle qui affirme que plusieurs projets de travaux sont à létude.

20 Une loutre Les loutres vivent dans et autour des rivières. Elles sont carnivores. Elles mangent les poissons, les oiseaux et les petits mammifères. Elles ont un territoire de à propos donze miles de longue. Elles vivent dans la rivière Spey. Elles sont petites, marron avec un fourrure impermeable. Elles ont de longues moustaches. Elles adore la chasse et jouer.

21 Conservation How could you look at conservation in a French / German speaking country? How could you structure a debate about zoos in the foreign language? What language structures could you develop?

22 Next steps - Climate change Info about life in Central America – SCIAF Info about life in Central America – SCIAF Age of stupid film trailer Fernand on climate change in the Alps (film clip within Age of Stupid)

23 Environment

24 Workshop Choose 1 context to bring a global dimension into your classroom. Consider what global citizenship knowledge, skills, values are key. Think about the linguistic side – vocabulary, grammar,.language patterns or phrases Choose particular language skills as focus areas. eg. reading, writing etc

25 Resources (see sheet) RDC: Les citoyens du monde – SCIAF Human rights in the classroom: French & Spanish - Amnesty International Allons-y en Haiti – published by Actionaid. (out of print) Namibia: gestern, heute, abend – MUNDI Locococo - Humanities Education Centre

26 Audit your course for opportunities for global citizenship – what do you already do? What could you do? How might you need to adapt it? Borrow / buy a resource from your local DEC Use a website as stimulus – SCIAF Join up with other departments to look at a topic eg. Fairtrade, disasters - Haiti Next Steps….Start small…

27 What will you do when you go back to your school? Decide on 1 action to take forward global citizenship in your ML classroom. Note it here……

28 Questions? You can contact me at: Thanks & Good luck!


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