CEIP RAMÓN LAPORTA. QUART DE POBLET -VALENCIA. SPAIN
ERASMUS+ “Under the same sky, open minds, equal rights for all”
SPANISH LESSON “RACE EQUALITY”
Subject: Pupils:This programming will be developed with students from 5th and 6th grade (10-12 years), although it can be adapted in vocabulary and content to other younger students.
Time: It will be developped during 45 min session class and another session about to compare and comment results and take our own conclusions.
Author: Carlos Fernández
TOPIC: Language: writing expression. Society: family
• Students must be able to explain external differences and common points between differents children of his class and then, about family and daily lifestyles.
• Students must have learned what a family tree and how one performs.
• Students can write correctly (from the point of view of spelling, punctuation and grammar) a small autobiographical writing type, using adjectives to physical and character descriptions.
• They can locate on a map the country (or countries) where race or culture have been object of study and work, placing them the capital and major landforms and major cities.
• At the end of the unit students will recognize the physical and cultural differences.
• They will show a more open and positive attitude towards these differences.
• There will be banished possible prejudices about the canons of beauty of different cultures.
• At the end, they should have become aware of the racist expressions.
Preparation for the lesson (tips for teacher, what to do before lesson, what to prepare).
Please explain here fully and in details what should be prepared for a lesson) If there are children of different races and cultures in our classroom, we will use first-hand experience, outlook on life, family organization ... to reach the conviction that basically all agree on most of these things.
At the end of the unit, students should recognize the influences of different races and cultures in his own life, and they will understand that people of different races are not too different and we share many common aspects of our daily lives.
Conducting the lesson: (Please, explain in details every step of a teacher, step by step, like f.ex. teacher asks a question ......, teacher gives a .... To pupils.... And so on)
Who am I? Think about who you are and how to explain to those around you the way you are, your likes and hobbies. Each one of us is defined with a name, a surname, but also with a nationality which puts us in a particular space. We may also use words that explain our appearance or our character, or terms that help us describe how we feel. All these aspects are the pieces of the puzzle with which you can build yourself and through which you can understand and explain who you are. Develops a personal portrait to explain who and how you are. You must describe, and draw you, combining images and words, speaking of tastes, feelings, your personality or your life. (Objective: To verify that the descriptions and drawings are very similar, almost identical, not only between children of the same race and nationality, but among other nationality or culture people.)
Who you are also dependent on those around you, your family and friends, from your peers class. Draw a family tree where your colleagues can see where you came from. It includes the whole family and you remember their names. Compare your tree with the rest of the class. What differences can observe? Surely in all those trees will be only as large families, children, relatives... They are living in other countries, and they have very different names and surnames. Choose the family of your peers more you liked and ask him to talk you about some relative. (Objective: to understand that all families are similar, regardless of racial or cultural origin)