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Du Monde de Ceux Qui Ne Parlent Pas (FR-CUR-464)
Cette activité est destinée à des élèves de l’école primaire (7-8 ans), elle utilise les ressources iconographiques du portail Europeana. A partir …
Tri-Gono-Metrie (FR-CUR-460)
La TRIGONOMÉTRIE est un domaine des  mathématiques qui a prouvé son importance inégalée pour l’humanité offrant des techniques impliquées depuis l’antiquité dans …
Les Inventions (FR-CUR-449)
Ce scénario d’apprentissage prétend répondre à un sous-thème d’un chapitre du programme de Français Langue Étrangère 2: Science et technologie.  Avec ce …
Le Rôle des Jeunes dans la Préservation du Patrimoine (FR-CUR-444)
L’héritage d’un pays consiste également dans l’attitude de chaque individu. Apprendre et comprendre le patrimoine en classe offre aux jeunes l’opportunité d’identifier …
Welcome in Tichongo – Travel Guide (LS-FR-315)
Our students invite you to come and visit Tichongo! As you may know, Tichongo is that tiny European country which everyone always …
An Exhibition about WW1 with Europeana 14-18 (LS-FR-295)
Students love to work with authentic documents. History seems to become real. In this learning scenario, they study letters, diaries, postcards, poems …
Our Story, Our History After the Immigration (LS-FR-260)
This learning scenario aims to raise awareness of the immigration, in general terms, and make students conduct research on their own past, …
Napoleon Seen By The Europeans (LS-FR-246)
Napoleon was the most powerful emperor at the beginning of the nineteenth century in Europe. By invading Europe and by getting involved …
Paris and the French Revolution (LS-EU-233)
Parisian scenes of the great revolutionary days: how did they look like? How do they look like now? Digital exploration of Paris …
“Who are you?” – A pen pal from the past (LS-FR-228)
This learning scenario makes use of the Europeana galleries related to children’s portraits on Pinterest. Young students (aged 11) are asked to …
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