Here are some questions to help
- Are you glad to live in your country? Why or why
- Can you say what you like most about your
- Do you think that your country is, in some
ways, better than other countries?
- Would you like to live in another country? Why or why
- What do you dislike about your country?
- Is there anything you could do about this?
- What idea do many foreigners have of your
country? Do you think this
idea is correct?
- What idea do you have about your partner's
country? Do you think
this is a stereotype or do you think it is correct?
- If you could live in another country, which one would it be and
- In which country would you never like to live? Give the
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After writing this letter you and your partners
1. gather information about your partners's country or
collect useful links of your country and publish or email them to your partners
so that they can explore your country.
2. prepare a leaflet
(booklet) about your country:
- choose from the letter you wrote your partner one
thing you like and one thing you dislike about your country.
- create illustrations (either photos or
these two sentences
booklet called "Our country viewed by the eyes of class.(A)..";
pupils in your class will be represented in this booklet through his/her
sentences as well as the illustrations to go along with them.
build webpages about your partners' country:
your colleagues prepare a questionnaire about your partners' country;
chat session or two sessions between the your partner's class and
answer your partners' questions as well as ask them the questions you need
to build Webpages about your partners' country;
info gathered during the chat you and your colleagues will build webpages
about your partners' country.
You can organise videoconference about the topics mentioned above if you have
that technical possibility.