By cleo | October 8, 2010
September’s Learning with the Irrawaddy looks at issues facing Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, where local people have set up anti-Rohingya groups. Refugees are living in ‘slum’ refugee camps and face poverty, malnutrition and violence.
Grammar structures covered are present perfect tense and passive voice; there are vocabulary and role-play activities, and there is practice summarizing texts. This month the reading and activities are suitable for intermediate level and higher. Click here to go to the Learning with the Irrawaddy downloads page.