A new educational pack with video, which explains the Commissioner’s work, and also encourages children to search, look, and listen out for the Welsh language in their area. In the video, we see Briallen Rees-Owen and Cai Efan Thomas, walking around their village, Brynaman. They see Welsh signs and information at their local supermarket, the leisure centre, the library, the rugby club, café and a local shop. They also notice people wearing ‘Iaith Gwaith’ (Working Welsh), orange badges, a sign that a person can speak Welsh in the workplace.
Welsh Connections / Production Details
Production Company: Goriad https://www.goriad.com/ Director, Writer, Producer: Aled Glynne and Afryl Davies Lleoliad: Brynaman Cast: Briallen Rees-Owen and Cai Efan Thomas
Length: 2hrs 29mins Language: Welsh with English subtitles (versions with no subtitles and Welsh subtitles also available) Format: .mov Certificate: U
Comisiynydd y Gymraeg | Welsh Language Commissioner have launched an education pack, which includes a video, a lesson plan and power point presentation explaining the role of the Welsh Language Commissioner in Wales. The pack explains the Commissioner’s work, and also encourages children to search, look, and listen out for the Welsh language in their area.
The resource is aimed at pupils at the end of Key Stage 2 (year 5 and 6).
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