Stories that Move
Exercises to lower stress when faced with war – compiled by Anna Lenchovska and designed by Yana Tkalenko group in Kyiv, March 2022.
English translation will follow soon.
These worksheets are free to use and linked with some of our videos. They’re useful both for distance learning and the classroom, and are fully interactive, allowing learners to type their answers into the worksheet, then save and share their files. Please note: learners need to download the worksheets and save them with a unique name before adding their answers.
This is a thought-provoking worksheet about identity and diversity. Part of the Seeing & being learning path, it invites learners to consider what makes people different.
Before you start, make sure everybody understands that their answers will be shared with the whole class.
You may want to have them working in groups for questions 4 and 5, if possible.
This worksheet invites learners to watch a video and answer some questions. It is part of the Facing discrimination learning path. Depending on your set-up, learners can work in pairs or small groups and fill in the worksheet together – they can do this in the classroom or in virtual groups for distance learning. Question 4 is particularly suited to discussion. Ask each group to share their main points of discussion with the rest of the class.
Draw your students’ attention to the image of the ‘discrimination machine’ on the second page. What do they see and what insights does the picture suggest to them about how discrimination works?
This worksheet invites learners to watch two videos and then consider their own reactions. The questions and exercises help learners to see themselves in relation to others. There’s also an outline of possible actions learners may want to take if they witness or face discrimination.
“My students have really enjoyed working on ‘Facing discrimination’. We had really useful exchanges and you can tell that they were very engaged. Everyone worked individually, but we often had a class exchange during the lesson.” – Karina Meeuwse, secondary school teacher in Amsterdam.
This is a classroom activity about love and relationships, designed for students of English aged 15 to 18 at intermediate level and above. It invites learners to view a video and consider their responses. In doing so, they develop critical thinking and communication skills.
We’ve adapted our Life stories learning path into a worksheet for distance learning. This is all about listening to the experiences of people who have encountered antisemitism, racism, prejudice against Roma and Sinti, or anti-LGBT+ discrimination.