MENCIÓN HONORÍFICA PREMIOS INNOVACIÓN EDUCATIVA 2011
Os nen@s de 6º de Primaria levan traballando neste proxecto sobre o Mundial de Sudáfrica desde principios de curso .
Students in level 6 have been working with this proyect related to the Fifa World Cup South Africa 2010 since the begining of the first term .
Let´s start listening to the song that the Spanish Football Team heard in the final played on 11 July 2010 in the Soccer City.
Here you have an ESL video to check your listening comprehension!Click on the picture bellow.
The Geography of the FIFA World Cup
What do you know about South Africa? Which continent is it on? What´s the capital of South Africa? An the biggest city?
Let´s take a look at this video!
Now, look at this presentation and then, find information to complete the sheet.
There are different cultures and languages in South Africa. How many languages are spoken in South Africa?
Although most South Africans speak English,Afrikaans is spoken by the majority of white and Coloured South Africans (5 983 420 numbers of speakers) . Afrikaans is a language originated mainly from Dutch.
Do you want to learn to speak Afrikaans in 5 minutes? Watch this video!
Nelson Mandela is the most important person in South Africa. Do you know why?
Mandela had a dream:
He wanted all the races to live in peace and as equals.
After learning something more about Mandela, let´s draw his dream.
|Another photo collage by Smilebox|
The matches were played in ten stadiums in nine host cities around the countries, with the final played at the Soccer City Stadium in South Africa´s largest city. What is the name of this city?
And, how many teams participated in this football championship?
In pairs, students had to cross out the teams that didn´t participate in the FIFA WORLD CUP 201O and then, they clasified them on a map. Before doing it, we talked about types of maps.
After reviewing the parts of the boby and the equipment words, it´s time to talk about the Spanish footballers. They are the champions.
Look at this picture. Could you name them? How many football players are in the Spanish Football Team?
What´s your favourite Spanish football player? What do you know about him? Complete this table about your favourite footballer and write about him.
What do you know about the rules in the Laws of Games? Do you want to do a quiz question about the football rules? Click on the picture below.
LESSON 8 AND 9
Each World Cup had its own ball and mascot. Do you want to know something about the different official balls and mascot? Let´s take a look at this glogster.
In this last lesson, you can work with the South African Currency and try to solve some money problems. Are you ready?
The end of the project is around the corner.
Let´s take a look at our final works.
What´s your favourite football player? Who do you like best? Listen to us talking about our favourite footballer.