Ralph Freeman’s talk makes the students live the language.
Every 17th March, the Irish hold on its cultural and religious celebration of Saint Patrick, the foremost patron saint of Ireland.
Because of this feast, we have been preparing a set of activities, talks and games that approach the students to the Irish country culture and traditions together with the British’s. In Batxillerat, Ralph Freeman, an Irish man born in Belfast has given a talk to students. Ralph has made the students participate in the talk approaching them to the British Empire. He has sung typical songs from the different speaking language countries, showed the flags and has made them learn the meaning of belonging to the United Kingdom. It has been such a pleasant and engaging talk.