The Bi-Lingual Project is aimed learners from all over Wales and England to contribute to this exciting new collaborative project. The project is simple. First, take a photograph that represents your local landscape. Preferably the photograph will take in a general wide angle view. Then take five further photographs that represent important features or aspects of this landscape. These photographs should create some debate and discussion.
The project to collect the photographs will run for 12 months and hopefully, by then, we will have a large number of photographs from all over England and Wales and these photographs will form an important teaching and learning resource. Learners can use this photographic record to investigate a number of questions: Have people chosen similar or different features to identify their landscape? How can these elements be classified? What do these decisions tell us about the relationship between people and the environment?