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The power of citizenship

Web The power of citizenship

Se trata de una página web definida por sus autores como “una iniciativa de expresión gráfica sobre momentos de la historia vinculados a reivindicaciones sociales, luchas ciudadanas y actos de desobediencia civil”. La página contiene 9 carteles alusivos a momentos y personajes relevantes en la historia de la segunda mitad del siglo XX, hechos y personajes históricos que ganaron relevancia a partir de acciones individuales, respuestas espontáneas o movimientos organizados que han dado visibilidad a situaciones de vulneración de derechos humanos, que han sido de una u otra manera inspiradores y determinantes para el convencimiento de que la ciudadanía tiene un poder fundamental para que los cambios en favor de la justicia social sean posibles. El material que proporciona la página se presenta en inglés y en español, y puede ser de gran utilidad para el estudio de las transformaciones en el periodo anteriormente citado, estableciendo correspondencias entre la obra gráfica y los textos que la acompañan. Asimismo, puede servir como modelo para plantear al alumnado una actividad similar, basada en la búsqueda de información en fuentes diversas, la redacción de pequeños textos sobre aspectos o personajes relacionados con una temática determinada, y, finalmente, la confección de carteles alusivos a estos. Puede ser de utilidad en el marco del programa CLIL.

Globalization easily explained

Vídeo Globalization easily explained

Vídeo (4:18 minutos). Globalization is a topic that is often debated controversally. It concerns all of us, but what exactly is globalization and what is its impact on every single one of us? explainity tackles exactly this question and gives some answers in this short clip.

Settlement and urban growth

Presentación Settlement and urban growth

Presentación en powerpoint (39 diapositivas) sobre el tema El espacio urbano (2ºESO). Abarca diversos aspectos como las funciones de las ciudades, la jerarquía urbana, etc. con ejemplos en España y el reino Unido. Útil para apoyar la explicación del tema e introducir el vocabulario en inglés del mismo.

The path of protest

Web The path of protest

The Guardian has produced an interactive timeline showing the most relevant milestones which have arisen in the Middle East uprisings. A good tool to work time in English, and, of course, to foster oral skills… students can describe the “path” followed by events in these countries where people have risen against dictatorships in the last months. You can navigate through time and see the different relevant events by country and category: People’s protests, political moves, regime changes and international responses. Use it in class, or pass it to social science teachers who want to use English in their lessons.

The Peace Doves game

Flash The Peace Doves game

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.

Prisioners of War

Flash Prisioners of War

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”.

Democracies in the world

Flash Democracies in the world

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.

The Lord of the Flies

Flash The Lord of the Flies

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.

Conflict Map

Flash Conflict Map

In the course of the 20th century, mankind experienced some of the most devastating wars of all times. Where did these wars take place? Have some regions experienced more wars than others? Who were the main protagonists in these conflicts? This map gives you the opportunity to answer these questions. It displays wars with at least 1 000 military battle deaths. The map includes more than 200 wars from 1899-2001. Each flame represents one war. The map includes more than 200 wars from 1899-2001. Each flame represents one war.

Anne Frank

Web Anne Frank

Anne Frank, the Diary and the Secret Annex. The most complete and current information with unique photos and film images. Education Products: Anne Frank, Holocaust and WW2, Anti-Semitism, EqualRights

Learners TV

Web Learners TV

This is a comprehensive site providing thousands of downloadable Video lectures, Live Online Tests, etc in the fields of History. This site provides free video and audio lectures of whole courses conducted by faculty from reputed universities around the world. Free live timed online tests with instant feedback and explanations will help you refine your test taking skills. Most of the materials offered are licensed by the respective institutes under a Creative Commons Licen

Collaborative Learning Project Geography & History

Web Collaborative Learning Project Geography & History

This new revised webpage tries to make each activity clear in one poster. The project started in 1983. It was funded and supported by the Inner London Education Authority, and was part of the teacher action research that led to the Oracy Project and the Language in the Curriculum Project. Both LINC and the Oracy projects were closed down for political reasons in 1993. Collaborative Learning survived because it is a teacher owned network. Everyone is welcome to join, and we are pleased to now have colleagues joining us worldwide. Activities to promote talk take time to make, but by sharing them, we hope to inspire others to work in similar ways. Now that talk is once again beginning to be recognised as a priority and recent research is even more supportive of its vital part to play in learning, we are slowly expanding our network and increasing the number of activities on line. We have a mountain of activities in paper form developed in the 80s an 90s. We are revising these to meet new curriculum needs and making them available. We wanted to provide interesting and creative ways for children to learn in classes, where many different languages were spoken, and where children were learning English while learning. Our aim is to provide examples of group talk activities that will benefit all children, while at the same time provide scaffolding for learning English. Collaborative activities are vital for children learning English, but at the same time other learners benefit in many ways.

HyperHistory Online

Web HyperHistory Online

HyperHistory is an expanding scientific project presenting 3,000 years of world history with an interactive combination of synchronoptic lifelines, timelines, and maps. Quick Overview A display from the simple to the more complex. The graphics in the Center Panel provide a first quick overview of general information linked to short texts in the right Text Panel.In Depth InformationMore comprehensive information is provided at the bottom of the text files with www links.

Lascaux: A visit to the cave

Flash Lascaux: A visit to the cave

The discovery of the monumental Lascaux cave in 1940 brought with it a new era in our knowledge of both prehistoric art and human origins. Today, the cave continues to feed our collective imagination and to profoundly move new generations of visitors from around the world.To celebrate this prehistoric wonder, the French Ministry of Culture and Communication’s is pleased to present its latest multimedia publication – an update of the original Lascaux website, which was first put on line in 1998. The new site has been entirely reworked in both form and content, reflecting the latest advances in archaeological research.Visitors to the site are presented with a three-dimensional digital version of the cave, which allows them to go from room to room, completely immersed in the site. As they travel from the Great Hall of the Bulls all the way to the Shaft of the Dead Man, they can stop at each of the many images, read descriptions, play video sequences and examine overlay lines that helpfully reveal some of the more difficult to identify figures. A zoom feature enables visitors to get as close as possible to the walls that these talented artists decorated.

An artistic trip: from Reinassance to Modern Times

Documento de texto An artistic trip: from Reinassance to Modern Times

Most of the tasks and activities to be found in this unit have been designed to be used with 15-16 year-old learners (4th of ESO, roughly A-2 level of the CEFR). In any case, the authors have gone to great lengths so as to ensure that all activities and tasks: provide learners with motivating content; – create a positive learning atmosphere (a community of practice); – cater for differences in students’ learning styles and intelligences; promote cooperative learning; involve students in peer and selfassessment; integrate ICTs –especially when it comes to homework; have a sort of built-in consciousness raising mechanism to make learners focus on form.


Web AncientEgypt

Esta página del Museo Británico se ha desarrollado con el objetivo de ayudar al profesorado a aprovechar el recurso para ellos y sus clases. Contiene información muy valiosa y en diferentes formatos sobre los aspectos fundamentales del antiguo Egipto: vida cotidiana, contexto geográfico, religión, momificación, los faraones, pirámides y templos, el comercio, la escritura.The British Museum’s web site on ancient Egypt has been developed to help teachers get the most out of the web site for themselves and for their class. It is intended for upper Key Stage 2 schoolchildren and their teachers but we hope that other groups may find it useful too. Chapters: the Egyptian Life, the Geography, the Gods and Goddesses, the Mummification, the Pharaoh, the Pyramids, the Temples, the Time, the Trades, the Writing.

Effects of the Neolithic Revolution

Web Effects of the Neolithic Revolution

Esta página web presenta varios materiales de trabajo, desde presentaciones sobre el tema hasta un cuestionario, sobre la Revolución Neolítica, centrándose en sus efectos.Following on from the introductory lesson and the lesson explaining what the Neolithic Revolution was, this lesson focuses on its effects/results. There is a PPT to introduce it, then differentiated materials/tasks and a plenary quiz to finish.