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The legacy of the Weissmann family: traces of the Jewish community (LS-ME-593)
This Learning Scenario, created by Jesenka Ricl, is designed to give participants a better understanding of the cultural, social, and economic changes …
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. …
March – the month of (Romanian) women (LS-RO-579)
Background The pandemic context of teaching and learning forced us to reinvent ourselves, to preserve the affective dimension of the relationship between …
Drina, an iconic woman (LS-HU-577)
Queen Victoria is an iconic figure of history. She was a great queen, wife and mother. Teenagers can learn a lot from …
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 …
An Interview with Madame Bovary (LS-HR-575)
The 21st century is full of texts that reach readers through various media.  The students should always be taught in the field …
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 …
Where do they work?/ Wo arbeiten sie? (LS-PL-572)
How do you introduce workplaces and occupations in your languages lessons? This learning scenario will give you an example how to use …
Anne Frank Diary (LS-PT-571)
Introduction This learning scenario focuses on the literary exploration of Anne Frank Diary, from a perspective of defending the values of freedom …
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 …
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