Nandos Takeaway Menu, linked to researching education in a Francophone country.
Fully differentiated with Lemon & Herb (least challenging), Mild, Hot and Extra Hot (most challenging) tasks. Tasks link to 'Basic information, Climate and Geography', 'History, Culture and People', 'Environmental Issues, Human Rights and Government' and 'Education' respectively, with three sub-topics under each bracket. The 'Mild' tasks for example (on History, Culture and People) sub-divide into: Key historical events, Diet, religion and recreation and Ethnic groups, gender roles and family relationships.
Can be set as an individual research task, for pair or group work over one lesson or a series of lessons as a project. Students can present research in target language or in English, and as a PowerPoint, handout or poster. Template is easily adaptable if required.
Excellent cross-curricular links to History, Geography, Religion, Ethics and Politics.
Learning Objective and task information read as follows:
Researching Education in a French Speaking Community.
LO: To be able to improve my Social, Spiritual, Moral and Cultural understanding of a French-speaking community.
Your task is to research information, specifically linked to Education, about a French-speaking country, region or city of your choice. You should complete at least six tasks, including two Extra Hot pieces of research. You should present your research as a PowerPoint presentation. You may work individually or in pairs.
Want support? Start by completing the Lemon & Herb tasks to warm up. Could you research one of these places: Algeria, Mauritius, Quebec, Haiti or Madagascar?
Want more? Complete a combination of Extra Hot and Hot Tasks. Can you complete more than six research areas? What other French-speaking areas could you research?