9. Guidelines for teachers

To organize learning in groups using the INTERCOMPREHENSION approach is different from how languages are taught otherwise. Therefore the below guidelines have been developed, so that a language teacher who is not familiar with intercomprehension, will be able to use the INTERMAR materials successfully. The materials are free to use, thanks to the patronage and support of the European Union.

N.B. There are tests for student assessment to each section. If you are a teachers and are interested, contact an INTERMAR partner and we’ll send them to you!

The guidelines documents below are organized in the same order as the study materials in the sections.

1. ICEBREAKER

Guidelines: Icebreaker

2. INTERPRODUCTION

Guidelines: Here we are!

3. INTERCULTURAL AWARENESS

Guidelines: Introduction to cross-cultural communication - At ease!Body language - Fasten your seat belts - Maritime taboos

4. MARITIME ENGLISH INTERCOMPREHENSION

Guidelines: Ship familiarization - Man overboard 1-2 3-4 5-6Emergency drills - Engine room - Piracy attacks

5. GERMANIC LANGUAGES

Guidelines: Gestrand in Antwerpen - What’s the matter - Willkommen in Wilhelmshaven - Maiden Voyage - One Day in Mariehamn - Erasmus planning - Transversal

6. BALTIC-RUSSIAN LANGUAGES

Guidelines: Breaking Russian ice - Ice-hockey fans - Luxury yacht - RacingSochi adventures - Sochi Olympics – Stuck in Palanga

7. ROMANCE LANGUAGES

Guidelines: DragueErasmus planning - GastronomyHiking - Language mini-portraits - Navigation classes - Roundabout Romance / Non-romance - Sea songs

 



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