Scots Language and Culture - Three Craws

Introduce your class to some accessible Scots language with the family favourite, “Three Craws” as a starting point. Pupils use the online video clip as a stimulus to consider the medium and content, with a focus on the language used and extending the concept to imagine what the fourth craw might be doing. LIT 2-04a MLAN 2-01a MLAN 2-05a MLAN 2-07a EXA 2-05a EXA 2-06a EXA 2-16a SOC 2-16c TCH 2-01a TCH 02-02a
The 3 linked Lesson Plans were devised for P5, mixed ability with LIs: Analyse a song video, Explore similarities and differences between languages and consider issues arising, Respond creatively to a design challenge. Differentiation in 2 groups for video analysis worksheet. Pupils work individually, in pairs and in teams for different tasks.

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Created: Apr 8, 2019

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