Partner

Instituto Politecnico de Castelo Branco

Country of Partner

Portugal

Title of OER (in English)

SAVE WATER!

Title of OER (in national language)

VAMOS POUPAR ÁGUA!

Type of OER

Lesson plan for teachers

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Language (s)

English

School Year

Grade 1

Age group

From 6 to 7

Topic

Water conservation.

Specific contents covered

Environmental Education

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

Natural science / Environmental education, English, Visual arts & crafts, Cross-curricular projects

English language skills

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

Lexis

• Get basic vocabulary about situations that save water • Embrace the structures: Stop tap when… and use … instead of….

Type of materials included

Lessons plans, Images, Videos, Classroom games

How is it visually attractive for children?

The methodology is mostly playful. The students can learn in a funny way.

Can the OER be customized and reused?

Yes

How?

The teacher can choose which activities to implement. Some of the activities may be used as homework.

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

Yes

How?

This OER can be used as a starting point of an interclass collaboration about the topic of water conservation.

Image(s)https://clil4yec.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Save-water.docxPoints 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, The OER includes notes on how the product and process of learning should be assessed