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  1. MODULE 1- GROUP 5 From the Industrial Revolution to the Postmodern Crisis of Capitalism Manchester: A Case Study in European History PETERLOO. A FAILED NEGOTIATION A One-Act Play

  2. WHAT AND HOW? Task: script, recording and generation of a one-act play Objectives: - to illustrate the contradictions and social contrasts following the first phases of the Industrial Revolution in England - to develop critical thinking by comparing different social classes’ points of view Materials: argumentative texts, articles, Pc, the Internet, resources from teacher’s site

  3. WHAT AND HOW ? II • Text types analysed: newspaper articles, play script, novels excerpts, essay, … • Methodology: Group work  collaborative learning and cooperative learning: • task distribution • dead-lines setting • drafting and redrafting Language awareness: • different registers (according to class) • different levels of formality • awareness of the microlanguage (law)

  4. SKILLS - STUDY PRACTICE - FEED-BACK Learning skills • textual analysis • reading/listening • comprehension • group discussion • gathering of ideas • selection • planning • interacting • discussing • drafting • redrafting • critical thinking • peer proof reading • generating a ppt presentation • generating an audio recording • public speaking • Study skills and knowledge • use of literary code • critical interpretation of resources • spoken and written production • interaction • ITC Skills • Office (word, power point) • Pdf • Audacity, • Internet surfing

  5. FEEDBACK What we have learnt: • developed critical thinking • awareness of different perspectives in different cultural contexts and social classes What we could improve: • fluency and pronunciation • the analysis of quantity and quality of information What we liked about the workshop: • stimulating way of learning • socialized collaboration and learning skills • the concrete result – our product (what we could do with the language)

  6. BALDIN Ruben • CISILINO Stefano • LAURANO Federica • MIGLI Lisa • MOSCA Desirèe