Lesson CAA-6

Welcome! Please consider how your attitude affects your and other students' experiences of the lesson. 

Be respectful, come prepared, and show interest to have the best possible educational experience. 

Lesson goals

Test your vocabulary skills, deepen your understanding of postcolonialism by reading an article on cultural approproation as well as developing your writing skills by discussing the article and cultural appropriation in writing

Lesson activities

Vocabulary spelling quiz

Reading comprehension

Writing practice

Vocabulary spelling quiz

Rephrasing - how it works

Read the first sentence. Complete the second sentence so that is has a similar meaning to the first sentence by putting the word in bold in the blank space (...) . Change the word if necessary. You must use between two and five words. For example:

Reading comprehension

Take turns reading Why we need to pause before claiming cultural appropriation (Ash Sarkar, 2019)

Writing practice

Time for the exercise: ~20-30 minutes

During this exercise, you will develop your writing and discussion skills

By yourself, write a short comment (~100-200 words) using advanced linking words

What does the article bring to light regarding the debate on cultural appropriation? For example:

Use the vocabulary homework in your answer

OPTINAL: If you want feedback, upload your text to Unikum

If you want a challenge, use a large-language model and ask the same question:

Compare your answers. How similar are your and the AI's answers to one another? 

Linking words


No homework 

Exit ticket

Present your comment to the article