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This database aims to facilitate teachers access to educational materials relevant to pluralistic approaches to languages and cultures. This way they will be able to help learners appropriate their knowledge, attitudes, and skills as described in the lists of descriptors. The materials, available to download, can be selected according to various criteria: objectives (as expressed by the FREPA descriptors), levels of training, thematic areas, the type of pluralistic approach, and the language of instruction.

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Forcer le cercle

Publication year: 2011

The overall aim of this activity is to make students think about the membership or rejection in a social group. It seeks to ensure that students can put themselves in the shoes of both an integrated member of a large cultural group and an isolated person or a minority group.

Languages: French

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Moi aussi!

Publication year: 2011

The overall goal of this activity is to make the students know their classmates and to show that we are all different but equal at the same time.

Languages: French

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Si vols la pau… / Si queres la paz…

Publication year: 2017

The general aim is to introduce secondary school pupils into the world of linguistic diversity and the culture of peace, based on a social (attitudinal), linguistic and cultural approach.

The first two working areas aim to explain that acting for peace implies much more than not wanting war. The third focuses on different ways of expressing the idea of peace, and the fourth on different ways of expressing and representing peace in other languages and cultures.


Languages: Spanish, Catalan, English

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