This learning scenario by Karolina Nedelkovska, North Macedonia, has been developed during the eTwinning project ‘Europeana in my Classes’. The project aimed to improve teachers’ understanding of cultural heritage in order to efficiently integrate it into their lessons and practices.
Learning about acceptance and tolerance
This Learning Scenario is a PBL (Project Based Learning), a combination of School Curriculum and Europeana resources. It aims to teach students how to use adjectives that describe children’s’ appearance and personality, to compare children from Europeana Collections pictures and read from the original book “The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde”.
Teaching foreign languages is not just about learning grammar and vocabulary. With this learning scenario, students explore, read and research. They become aware of the existence of people from other countries with their customs and traditions; this is the best way to teach our children about acceptance and tolerance.
Students work individually and in a group to get to the main goal, to write a report ‘A Typical Student in my Country’.
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