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Types of Settlements in Hungary (LS-HU-592)
I teach English and Geography at a Secondary school. The Hungarian Geography Curriculum contains a section which is about types of settlements. …
Adaptation to Climate Change with Technology (LS-TR-587)
Climate Change is one of the most serious issues around the world. It threatens the existence and sustainability of all the livings. …
Power Stations: geolocation and natural resources (LS-EU-584)
The main goal of this learning scenario is for the students to realize the great efforts all the countries have been making …
Outdoor Learning – Riverside Heritage and Agriculture (LS-PT-583)
Introduction Classrooms without walls – sometimes it is advisable to take the classroom to outside spaces, preferably in the vicinity of the …
From profit-seeking merchants to shareholder capitalism (LS-ME-576)
This museum education learning scenario explores the roots of financial institutions, professions (like stockbrokers and bankers) and historical events with a big …
Let’s Make Green Decisions (LS-HR-573)
This lesson is meant to be used with students thirteen years of age and older. It is about raising awareness of the …
Hot Air Balloon (LS-TR-565)
This project-based learning scenario was created by class- teacher Umut Şencan from Turkey. In this scenario, flying in a balloon is a unique …
Water Scientists (LS-ES-562)
This Learning Scenario, developped by Leticia Gil, a member of the Spanish User Group is intended to be integrated into the Early …
From black and white to colour: the memory of our city (LS-ES-557)
In this learning scenario, created by José Ramón a member of the Spanish User Group, students learn about the transformations experienced by …
Connecting Nature Through Inclusion (LS-PT-548)
I am going to tell you why this Learning Scenario is important to me. Firstly, the real way to protect the environment …
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