Partner

Direzione Didattica Aldo Moro Terni

Country of Partner

Italy

Title of OER (in English)

Children’s rights

Type of OER

Lesson plan for teachers, Lesson materials for children

URL 01https://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/article/childrens-rightsConditions of use

free

Language (s)

English

School Year

Grade 5, Grade 6

Age group

From 10 to 11, From 11 to 12

Topic

Child rights

Specific contents covered

Citizenship Education

You can use this OER in this/these subject area(s):

Citizenship education / Personal development

English language skills

Listening - Spoken reception (Listening comprehension), Speaking - Spoken production (Oral production, interaction), Reading - Written reception (Reading comprehension), Writing - Written production (Written production)

Lexis

Use of modals (cannot, should, should not, must, mustn’t, have to)

Type of materials included

Lessons plans, Images, Videos, Interactive worksheets [fill-in-the-gap, matching, .etc ..], Roleplay situations & cards

How is it visually attractive for children?

The OER contains links to interesting videos, picture cards and a poster of child rights

Can the OER be customized and reused?

Yes

How?

Yes, the OER is ideal to celebrate the International Day of the Child and to let children know and reflect on their rights.

Can the OER be used in project-based learning, interclass and intercultural collaboration?

Yes

How?

Yes, and it can promote positive values.

Image(s)https://clil4yec.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Annotazione-2020-08-26-161259.jpgPoints of Strength

The OER takes the learner’s developmental stage, cognitive development and language competence into account., The OER integrates content and language, There is a varied number of items learners are expected to engage in, The response expected from learners is engaging (drawings, hands-on demonstrations, verbal, etc.), The OER makes it clear in which language learners are expected to respond