Welcome to our free lesson the Global Citizen to give you practise for the IB English Language B exam. This is just one of the many lessons available to reinforce your learning so you feel confident when the IB English Language B exam day arrives. Our lessons are centred around five prescribed themes; identities, experiences, human ingenuity, social organization and sharing the planet. These themes are featured in the reading, writing, speaking and listening parts of the exam.
The Global Citizen: Speaking Practice
In this lesson, we will practice our speaking skills by talking about being a global citizen. Watch our video that will guide you through the lesson. You will be asked to pause the video to complete the activities in the tabs below.
You are going to watch a video people explaining what is a global citizen.
Listen to Scott Harrison, founder of charity water reflect on the Global Citizen Festival. Answer the questions below.
More information about the Global Citizen movement here.
Choose one of the prompts below and discuss it with your friend.
- Why is it important to be a global citizen?
- How can we encourage people to become a global citizen?
- What skills should a global citizen have?
Here are the keywords and phrases covered in this lesson:
- become critical
- captures someone’s imagination
- fundraising campaign
- global citizen
- raise awareness
- respect their culture
- staying engaged
This topic provides students with an opportunity to discover their interests, values, belief and culture.
This topic provides students with an opportunity to consider how events which take place impact an individual's life.
This topic provides students with an opportunity to explore the sciences, technology and creativity.
This topic provides students with an opportunity to explore the way in which groups of people organise themselves through common systems or interests.