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Moving to the City Session 1
Transcript of Moving to the City Session 1
How can you describe the picture you see?
What do you relate it to?
What do you see?
How is the world different
today than it was 100 years ago?
Where were your
What do you know
about that place?
They were born in… What about yours?
They’re from… What about yours?
What can we discover from this reality?
Why does it happen?
WHAT DO YOU THINK IS OUR UNIT SITUATION?
Every year hundreds of thousands of people
around the world make the decision to move from the countryside to cities. While there are many different reasons for this decision, the impact is always extreme.
In this unit we will be analyzing this decision, its causes and impact in order to help people who are considering moving to the city.
Why do people decide
to move to the city?
What are the differences between life in the city and life in the countryside?
A presentation in which learners
describe their lives in their cities, the pros and cons, and what someone who comes to the city for the first time should know.
An open letter describing which
is better: life in the city or life in the countryside.
What important topics should
we consider when discussing differences between city-life and country-life.?
Considering these aspects, what
will we need to do to be ready to prepare our products?
Read about how life in the city/countryside is.
Listen to people talking about life in the city/countryside.
Discuss how cities/the countryside has changed.
Write an open letter describing and recommending your city.
Read about pros and cons of living in the city.
Write a public opinion about which is better: the city or the country.