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W3 Roman Tracks

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  • 1. On the tracks of the Romans  Short description:  Get to know about Roman heritage in different countries  Compare your results to those of your partners  Create a product together  Students’ age:  9-11 W3: Facing diversity in the classroom – Students as partners
  • 2. ON THE TRACKS OF THE ROMANS Procedure 1. Romans in my country  Write a summary about Roman impact in your country 2. Roman site of interest in my region  Present one building/site of interest in building/ detail  Use pictures, maps, text… W4: How to Promote Intercultural Education for Youngsters
  • 3. On the tracks of the Romans  Aims:  To learn about Roman culture and heritage  Inform yourself about your city/region  Share these findings with your partners  Compare, find similarities in European history  Create a product together  Learn how to work in a project (responsibility)  Promote creative work and team work W3: Facing diversity in the classroom – Students as partners
  • 4. On the tracks of the Romans  Some products:  Portfolio (for every single student)  Exhibition at school (for every pupil at one of the schools)  Website (for friends, parents...)  Tools to be used (ICT):  Email  Webspace (Blog or (school) homepage) W3: Facing diversity in the classroom – Students as partners
  • 5. On the tracks of the Romans  Schools / Countries / Teachers  Primary school  ??  ??  Coordinators / Mail  Everybody who wants to  W3: Facing diversity in the classroom – Students as partners

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