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Home Learning 16-03-2010 & an exciting opportunity

16 Mar

Apologies for not posting home learning on Friday.  I needed to confirm an exciting opportunity for Friday.  So here is this week’s home learning.

On Friday we will be taking part in a video conference with an Iranian teacher living in the UK.  We will be able to discuss what life in Iran is like and ask her some questions of our own.  What can you find out about Iran?  Where is it?  What languages do they speak?  What is the capital?  Add your responses to the blog as comments or add them to a Wallwisher linked here.  Alternatively, create a little factsheet about the country, or write down some questions to ask our video conference visitor.

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4 Comments

Posted by on March 16, 2010 in Information

 

4 responses to “Home Learning 16-03-2010 & an exciting opportunity

  1. R.S

    March 17, 2010 at 7:01 pm

    The capital city in Iran also the biggest city in iran is Tehran.
    Iran is in the Westen Aisa
    There are dozens of languages spoken in Iran. These are the languages with the greatest number of speakers:
    •Persian, Luri, Gilaki and Mazandarani 58%
    •Azeri and other Turkic languages 26%
    •Kurdish 9%
    •Balochi 1%
    •Arabic 1%

     
  2. alex. m.

    March 18, 2010 at 9:40 pm

    The Capital City is Tehran,They are Muslim and they thought of Aladdin.The Country was named Iran in 1935.

     
  3. dw

    March 21, 2010 at 10:34 am

    Iran (Persian: ايران), once known as Persia is a country in South Asia part of the Greater Middle East region. It shares borders with Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Iraq, Pakistan, Turkey, and Turkmenistan. Tehran is the capital and its biggest city. Iran is the 18th largest country in the world and has more than 70 million people. It is one of only four countries known as Islamic Republics, which are governed by Sharia (Islamic religious law).

     
    • mrcobbsclass

      March 22, 2010 at 10:32 am

      Well done DW. Where did you get this information from – it is very detailed.

       

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