Here you will find inspiring lessons and activities for cross-cultural learning .
Power Point Presentation
Sam Haddin provides a Power Point presentation to assist explore conceptions of individual and global poverty. It uses a case study that assists to identify similarities and differences between schools based on her experience teaching in Timor Leste for two years. The lesson was used with grade six students, but could work for students from year’s five to eight.
Take a Step Game
This game is designed to show students the unequal playing field that is extreme poverty, wherein some will get benefits and others left behind based purely on the circumstances of their birth.
Simulation Card Game
Barnga is an intercultural communication game using playing cards to help students understand cultural differences and how we can reconcile our differences and adapt to different situations.