But luckily Sue’s Y10 weren’t. They did this work on the article El día de la alimentación in our GCSE-magazine El Sol on the very day that newspapers around the globe reported on the UN’s World Food Programme to end malnutrition of the 840 million people that go hungry in the world today.
I am so pleased to see that what we aim to do – to connect language learning in the classroom to the issues that are debated in the real world – took place in Sue’s lesson last week.
The infographic with a sentence-building activity should have helped Sue’s students to participate in the debate in Spanish too. So pleased to see this magazine article in action.
Download the article here: El día de la alimentación