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MODES de VIE / WAYS of LIFE


Around the world - In Canada - In India -
In the UK
- In the USA - North vs South - Belfast and Mexico City -
Kids in different countries
- Ways people behave - Consumption - Infographics -

Conversation Questions -
Interactive games - Cartoons
- Videos

(Updated on 12/02/2013)

 


Related pages :

Politeness - Bad manners - Stereotypes - Youth - The world - UK tribes

 

 

Around the world :

 

In Canada :

 

 

In India :


In the UK :

 

 

In the USA :

  • America's largest nomadic tribe - 28 November 2011
    "There are about three million in the largest group of nomads, who roam the country in motorhomes or recreational vehicles (RVs)
    - and 90% of these RV-ers are over 55..."

    (BBC)

 

North vs South :

  • North Vs South - (absolutenglish-972)
    "Take a look at the picture - Identify : - the type of document - the main characters - the main subject.
    Compare the characters, then the situation. Do the exercises on the comparative and superlative forms."

 

Belfast and Mexico City :

Kids in different countries :

  • A Day in the Life of a Korean Student
    "Korean students are smart. They consistently rank among the top performing students in the world, especially in math, but it’s no surprise, given their study habits and sheer relentlessness...
    The following is my attempt to describe a typical day in the life of a fictional Korean middle school student..."

    (happenchance.net)

 

  • Good Manners : At home - At school - In the street - etc
    (education.qld.gov.au)
  • "Learn about what it's like to be a kid and live in different countries." (library.thinkquest.org)

 

 

Ways people behave :

 

  • Journey to Japan - A Day in the Life of a Japanese Child - a webquest (angelfire.com) - UPDATED
    "Your task is to create a book that will tell about the daily life of a Japanese child; a book about "you." Your writing, research, and product will be from the viewpoint of a Japanese elementary school student. You will "be" your Japanese character.
    The cover of the book will have a picture that you have created of your character and your Japanese name. Each page in the book will tell about your daily life and about your favorite things. You can illustrate your book with your own drawings or with pictures you print from Internet."

  • "Here are some ways people behave and beautify themselves around the world." (fun facts) - phrases simples.
    (Fact Monster)
  • RUDE AWAKENING FOR BRUMMIIES - a lesson plan (english-4u.com) : SITE PAYANT
    Language functions: reading comprehension; discussing issues
    Topic: manners / UK towns
    Grammar: comparative and superlative adjectives
    - with
    Teacher's Notes
  • LEARN WITH DRAWINGS : MANNERS (dessins et questions) - (erp.oissel.onac.org)



 

Consumption :

  • See Consumption (World)

  • The Human Footprint Interactive
    "is an engaging activity that helps the user determine how much they consume each year, and how that compares with residents of different countries."

    (channel.nationalgeographic.com)

 

Infographics :

 

Conversation Questions :

 

INTERACTIVE games :

  • The Human Footprint Interactive
    "is an engaging activity that helps the user determine how much they consume each year, and how that compares with residents of different countries."

    (channel.nationalgeographic.com)

 

 

 

Cartoons :

 

 

Videos :

  • America's largest nomadic tribe - 28 November 2011
    "There are about three million in the largest group of nomads, who roam the country in motorhomes or recreational vehicles (RVs)
    - and 90% of these RV-ers are over 55..."

    (BBC)

  • Life In A Day
    "is a historic film capturing for future generations what it was like to be alive on the 24th of July, 2010.
    Executive produced by Ridley Scott and directed by Kevin Macdonald."

    (YouTube)

  • Out My Window - A Highrise Project - interactive + Interviews
    (interactive.nfb.ca)

 

  • Cultural differences (National Geographic)
    "In this clip, refugees from Sudan encounter America for the first time, and find it quite different from their homeland.
    This is from the 2006 National Geographic movie God Grew Tired of Us."
      (Neatorama)