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Belfast Castle

Magic castle!

Belfast Castle is set on the slopes of Cavehill Country Park, Belfast, Northern Ireland in a prominent position of 400 feet (120 m) above sea level. Its location provides magnificent views of the city of Belfast.

At the end of the session, you will have:

  • visited the Belfast Castle. 
  • had fun singing one of the most famous songs by the Northern Irish band "Snow Patrol".
  • shared the recording of your interview through different means.

Why don't you visit it virtually? Visit Belfast Castle and you will be able to do it easily.

At this website, you can obtain some information about all the different activities you can do at the Castle.

Can you find the answers to the following questions at the website?

  • If you want to hire it for a conference, how many guests can you accommodate?
  • If you decide to celebrate a wedding at the castle, how much do you have to pay per person?
  • What time does the cellar restaurant open and close at?
  • What are the attractions that you can find at Belfast Castle?

Remember that the Belfast Castle must be part of the route at your Google Sites map.

Continue with your posts on Twitter (#taskinterview and #projectbelfast). You have to send a tweet with the part of Belfast Castle that you have liked the most. 

Let's just forget the world!!

You have been visiting Belfast, capital city of Northern Ireland. One of the most important bands from Northern Ireland is Snow Patrol. Snow Patrol are a Northern Irish alternative rock band formed in 1994, consisting of Gary Lightbody (vocals, guitar), Nathan Connolly (guitar, backing vocals), Paul Wilson (bass guitar, backing vocals), Jonny Quinn (drums), and Johnny McDaid (piano, guitar, backing vocals). 

Let's sing their song: "Chasing Cars".

Would you like to play it and know its lyrics?. Choose the level of difficulty and have a good time: "Chasing Cars"

  • If you want to know further details about this pop band, just take a look at their official website
  • You can also get in touch with them through their official Facebook or Twitter.
  • Why don't you send them a tweet telling them you have been singing one of their songs? Their Twitter handle is: @snowpatrolBand

Continue with your posts on Twitter (#taskinterview and #projectbelfast). This is an open post about Snow Patrol: you can recommend a song (explainning why), suggest some other webs about them, talk about any other irish groups, and so forth.

End of Task: Interview about the last time you went to a shopping centre

Task Step 6: Disseminating your interview.

We have reached the end of this task. It is now time to announce to both parents and other teachers & students that you have been working on your interviews and that they are finished.

Remember that you have to share the interview through Twitter. You can also upload your interview to Youtube or Vimeo. Once you have uploaded the video, it is now time to prepare a short oral presentation of the video you have produced. 

To make this presentation more efficient, you have to use the 'Rubric to assess an oral presentation'.

Thus, you can introduce your video to all the rest of students/teachers using the oral presentation.

Have you enjoyed this experience a lot? So, we still have some more challenges to carry out along this series of projects.

Learning diary

Learning Diary. Step 7: Upload your interview links.

At this moment, you have to publish the links of the recording of your interview to your personal learning diaries. Then, one of the members of the class or your teacher can put all your interview links together and publish them to any of the following publishing websites:

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