- the first one: Tuesday 15th, a mountain hike in the Tramuntana .
- The second one: Thursday 17th, music and story telling from Senegal at La Caixa.
On Thursday 10th, Carmen, the Ramon Llull librarian who is also an English teacher, will be our guest. A bit more than a year ago, she spent a week a in Senegal and she will come to our class to tell us about it. She will give us a different point of view from the one we get from books and in the internet.
On the 17th of March, we’ll go on an outing to La Caixa, to see “Teranga” a Senegalese group of musicians, dancers and story tellers. Carmen’s narration of her trip will contribute to our understanding of the country. This power point contains images and information that will help Carmen explain her experience in Senegal. It was made last year for the students who are now in 2nd ESO E. They went to see Teranga last year and they liked it very much. Let’s see if you enjoy it too.
I will interview her and ask her questions about her trip and about her job as a librarian too. You will have to listen and take notes. Once the interview is finished, you will have time to ask her questions.
This activity will help you learn interviewing techniques, next time you will be the ones to take my place and I will sit at the back of the room listening to you.
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