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To say and To Listen (LS-PT-552)
Introduction In this learning scenario, my students were sensitized to the construction of their individual and collective identity through different forms of …
Slava Raskaj – Life and work of a famous Croatian Artist (EN-CUR-526)
This learning scenario introduces art into English Classroom. Students will learn about life and work of the most famous Croatian female artist, …
Music and Rhythm, Time and Space (EN-CUR-490)
This learning scenario focuses on the connection between Music, History and Geography. Students research the cultural and historical background of the famous …
Escucha el Zumbido de una Mosca. Pura Fenomenología Sonora (ES-CUR-426)
A partir de la Exposición virtual “Music and Mechanics” en la plataforma Europeana y los chrome music lab, he preparado un proyecto …
Suono e Creo Musica! (IT-CUR-396)
Le esperienze musicali del Novecento sono lo sfondo culturale e pedagogico per la costruzione di percorsi didattici di rappresentazione simbolica, attraverso una ricerca timbrico-acustica unita ad …
Eurovision Song Contest and the European Union (EN-CUR-377)
Teaching English language is not just about learning grammar and vocabulary, which is the grammatical competence of the students. Learning a foreign …
Element of Rhythm in Multiplication (LS-HR-339)
This learning scenario integrates Maths and Music in order to make acquisition of multiplication easier for younger students. Multiplying music Incorporating music …
Photism-Creating Music Through Artworks (LS-HR-334)
Did you know that you can create music using artworks? This interdisciplinary learning scenario will show you how music and visual arts …
The Encounter of Body and Music (LS-HR-333)
The main thread of this learning scenario is the experience of performance inspired by music in which artists use the body as …
Radio Stories (LS-GR-317)
Communities and communication [Radio Mix] Getting the radio feeling… This learning scenario combines two European communities (European School Radio and Teaching With …
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