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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. …
If the Walls Could Talk… (LS-PL-589)
“A wall is a very big weapon’ is a quote by Banksy that constitutes a good introduction to this learning scenario aimed …
Drachen: Spielzeugmuseum der Stadt Nurnberg (Museum Lydia Bayer)
Fly kite… Fly… (LS-EU-586)
Throughout the centuries, kites have been used as a children’s toy, as well as for scientific or military purposes. As a result, …
Book Design Workshop (LS-HR-585)
In this learning scenario secondary school students learn about European literacy and create an imaginary book design. It observes April as a …
Fairy Tales and Imagination: Making Magic Happen (LS-ME-582)
Once upon a time, there were princesses, knights, dragons, witches, giants and fairies… But, guess what? They have been among us all …
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 …
Seasons and feelings (LS-RO-574)
My name is Puscasu Oana-Alexandra and I have been teaching English as a foreign language for twelve years, in a small village …
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 …
Hopes Not Fears (LS-PL-566)
“May your choices reflect your hopes not your fears” Nelson Mandela I felt really motivated by this sentence to create a learning …
A Timeline of women’s rights in Europe (IT-LS-559)
In this LS, students will explore the various terms used to describe Feminism, the women’s movement which has been leading them towards …
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