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Key information:
• Teaching geography in English at A2 to B1 level
• Two 45-minute lessons
• Student’s handouts + Teacher’s notes
• English language support for both teacher and students

In these lessons, learners compare map projections to see how their view of the world can change. Learners will develop their understanding of how representing the world as a map, and how representing a 3D object as a 2D object causes distortions. The lesson provides a meaningful context to use comparatives, modals for possibility and certainty, and expressions of opinion.

Content objectives:
To compare and evaluate different map projections.

Language objectives:
To use long and short adjectives to compare different elements in a map and draw conclusions; to use modals to express possibility (could, might) and certainty (must, can’t); to use expressions of opinion such as 'I think', 'I feel', 'I suppose'.

These lessons have been designed to support teachers’ and learners’ use of English in the following contexts:
• bilingual education
• Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL)
• English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI)
• Content-Based Instruction (CBI)
• English as a Second Language (ESL)
• English as a Foreign Language (EFL).
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