The Peace Doves game and related reading are based on the Nobel Peace Prizes in 1959, 1962, 1974, 1982, 1985, 1990, 1995 and 2005, which were awarded to people and organisations working for nuclear disarmament. In this game your mission is to use the worldwide symbol of peace, the white dove, to disarm the world of nuclear weapons. You have eight “Peace Doves, each able to disarm one of the eight countries possessing nuclear weapons.
The Prisoners of War game and related reading are based on the work made by the ICRC (The International Comittee of the Red Cross) awarded with the Nobel Peace Prize three times: in 1917, 1944 and 1963. How will you manage as a commander of a prisoners of war camp? Your mission as a camp commander in this game is to try to run a prisoners of war camp without violating the human rights. The more right moves you make, the more points. You will get a summarizing evaluation in the end. You can end up as a “Humanitarian Champion”, “Well Intentioned Humanitarian”or a “Sadistic Swine”.
Mapa interactivo con preguntas sobre los países del mundo y sus formas de gobierno. Muy útil para introducir el tema y para descubrir conocimientos previos.Democracy means “ruled by the people”. Democracy is a human right. Most countries in the world claim they are democratic, but are they? You can find out here by having a look at the Democracy Map.
Sección de educación dentro de la web de Premios Nobel llena de información interesante, juegos y simuladores para alumnos de diferentes niveles. En inglés. Recomendada para clases CLIL….The Lord of the Flies educational game is about the book written by William Holding. This game presents one possible interpretation of Golding’s book, which is no more legitimate than any other. As Golding himself claimed, “The right interpretation is the one that rises to the reader the first time he reads the book.”The aim of this game is to introduce some basic analytical aspects of the book and to challenge the reader’s memory through play.