WEBQUESTS

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First Class

STEREOTYPES IN EUROPEAN CULTURES

A funny comparison between French and English culture according to a cross-cultural and cross-curricular approach. An itinerary from most common stereotypes dividing the two countries, to historical events linking the two of them. And to come to a happy end a couple of famous chansongs in which the two languages are masterly blended.

WEBQUEST LES CHANSONGS

To watch the Animated Bayeux Tapestry click below:

Second Class

NORTHERN IRELAND AND THE IRISH DILEMMA
When Ireland was split into two countries, Northern Ireland and Irish Free State, by the British Government, Northern Ireland was opposed to the partition. Throughout the years there were bombings, assassinations, kidnappings and other acts, and many innocent citizens were killed.

Northern Ireland WebQ1

To read the OPENING LESSON click here

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Third Class

PROTEST SONGS AND ANTI WAR MOVEMENT IN THE USA

In this Webquest, you will be focusing on some seventies rock stars. These artists decided to use their songs to take a stand and say something about the times they lived in.

LennonDylanWEBQ

imagine activity

 

To download the activity about “the Green Day” click below:

Green Day-Wake me up when September ends

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