This lesson focuses on summarizing information, preciseness and spontaneity in expressing ideas about travel through the subject of micronations.
The lesson starts with a few general questions related to the student’s home country.
Vocabulary: Politics and governance
The student learns useful words and phrases used in politics and governance through a matching activity and by filling in the gaps (bill, capitalism, big government, etc.).
The student watches a video about Atlantium, a micronation formed in a backyard. Then, they complete video comprehension activities.
They learn the difference between a micronation and a microstate.
Grammar: Coordinating relative clauses
The student learns how to coordinate clauses using coordinating conjunctions such as but and or. They practice applying their knowledge by combining sentences extracted from a text about the Republic of Molossia.
The lesson ends with an activity in which the student comes up with information about an imaginary micronation.
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