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"The city of Valencia on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea takes its name from the Roman settlements in the year 138 before Christ from then on its evolution in fortunes have been
associated with all the cultures but sale Mediterranean leaving a long lasting mark on the city and its people the numerous buildings that are still conserved in magnificent condition
are a clear example of this this the city used to be surrounded by defensive wall and some sections on it are still standing together with impressive gateways have serrano's and park
in the city's historical center the most remarkable buildings are to be found such as the cathedral which dates back to the 12th century it doesn't belong to a single specific style so
Brittana allow is Roman X the apostles go away his gothic and the others go away is Barack one of its chapel's house is a treasure full history and legends the Holy Grail relic is an
oriental I get government and dates from the 1st Century the bell tower on legality in Gothic style was built between the 14th and
15th centurias the prosperity with agricultural surrounding its development as a financial and commercial centre on the rise of its culture have given Valencia consistently prominent
role to play during the 14th and 15th centuries he was the most populated city in the peninsula a walk around the store reporter shows are some splendid buildings stately homes and
superbly conserve palaces transformed into cultural centers and museums but exhibit violence is magnificent Heritage(...)"
We will start the unit making a brainstorming. It is very important the teacher knows the previous knowledge pupils have about the topic of the unit. They will have to talk about
what they know of where we live and the teacher will write the ideas on the board. At the end, we play the video of the city.
The teacher reads the tale “The little and magic world” to the students. Then, they have to think over the moral of the story and give their opinion.
Students have to create a “My place in the world” map by using different sides of rectangles. In each rectangle, students will draw, from the littlest to the biggest: theirselves, their
house, their street, their city/town, their province, their country, their continent and the world. The teacher can show some pictures on the interactive whiteboard to help children to
draw their province, country and continent.
Each student may tell a personal experience about the places they have visited or even, they have lived. They have to think in the reason they were there or why they moved to the
Students have to come up to the interactive board, mark an area of the picture and describe individually what they see helping them to produce sentences correctly.
Students have to find a detailed thing of the picture paying attention to gradual clues. For example: “It’s not on the ground. It’s on something made of stone. In fact, somebody is
holding it but this person is not alive…”
The teacher shows some pictures of buildings and the students have to think which of them are in our town, what they are for… Listen to the teacher’s questions.Circle the answer. (Looking at the pictures)
1. Is this a hospital or a supermarket?
a. It’s a hospital. b. It’s a supermarket.
2. Is this a school or a restaurant?
a. It’s a school. b. It’s a restaurant.
3. Is this a hair salon or a gas station?
a. It’s a hair salon. b. It’s a gas station.
In pairs, students have to answer some questions and then, they will share their answer with their classmates. The questions are: “Do you think the class is in a city, a town or a
village?”, “Name some buildings you can see in the picture”, “Can you see an example of public transport in the picture?”, “Who is not behaving properly in the picture?”
Once pupils have shared their answers, they will listen to a song about the topic and they will have to complete the gaps with the missing word.
Students will play a memory game in pairs with the names of the buildings, public transport.
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