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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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Ángeles y demonios

Publication year: 2011

This is an activity developed during a course of plurilingualism at the university Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen, Germany.


Languages: German

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Comer para viver

Publication year: 2011

This activity, compiled in 7 romance languages (Portughese, Spanish, Catalan, Occitan, French, Italian and Roumanian) deals with the food chain of living beings.

Languages: French

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Das russische Märchen “Die Rübe”

Publication year: 2011

In this activity each paragraph of the Russian tale “The enormous turnip” is written in a different language (English, French, Latin or Russian). The learner is asked to identify and mark the same words in different languages. In a second step, the learner is requested to find equivalents of Russian words within some other Slavic languages.

Languages: German

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Fiat lux

Publication year: 2011

The activity, compiled in 7 romance languages (Portughese, Spanish, Catalan, Occitan, French, Italian and Roumanian) deals with the way electricity works on the basis of experiements and historical accounts of the discovery of electricity (Volta).

Languages: French

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I SUBSONICA SUONERANNO A MILANO – Le forme del futuro

Publication year: 2014

The overall aim of this activity is to introduce students to a way of expressing future plans in Italian and explore this grammatical structure and use in itself, as well as in comparison to other romance languages (French and Spanish).

Languages: Italian

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Interview d'étudiants

Publication year: 2011

Pupils view a sequence (in four parts) features a bilingual interview: the interviewer asks in French and the person interviewed answers in Portughese.

Languages: French

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Les différents états de l’eau

Publication year: 2000

Learners carry out experiments in connection with the water cycle (evaporation, condensation and fusion).

Languages: French

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Modalverben im Satz

Publication year: 2011

The student compares sentences in English and in German which contain/do not contain a modal verb (must / muss; can / kann…).

Languages: German, French

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Non perdere la bussola

Publication year: 2000

The phenomenon of Earth’s magnetism is explored in this activity where learners discover how a magnetic compass works.

Languages: French

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Quand un égale deux : les deux présents

Publication year: 2011

Learners discover the value of the present in English while
In preparation for the first session, the pupils prepare a set of sentences at home...


Languages: French

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Quando la terra trema

Publication year: 2011

L’activité rédigée en 7 langues romanes (portugais, espagnol, catalan, occitan, français, italien, roumain) traite de l’activité sismique et de certaines catastrophes naturelles.

Languages: French

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Que se passe-t-il lorsque je respire ?

Publication year: 2011

This activity deals with 7 romance languages: French, Romanian, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Occitan and Catalan.

Languages: French

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Rien de ce qui est humain ne m’est étranger

Publication year: 2000

This activity brings the period of Humanism, the Renaissance and its great discoveries to the pupil’s attention.

Languages: French

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The Legend of the White Eagle III

Publication year: 2013

In this activity the students get familiarized with different alphabets (Roman, Cyrillic and Arabic alphabet), writing systems and the history of writing on the basis of the Polish legend “The Legend of the White Eagle” and its translation into six foreign languages. With a focus on the Indo-European language family and its subfamilies, the students’ attention for the common linguistic and cultural roots of Europe will be attracted. Furthermore, the analysis of negative clauses in various languages supports Language Awareness.

Languages: English, Polish

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Trobadors, la prima en Europa

Publication year: 2011

This activity, compiled in 7 romance languages (Portughese, Spanish, Catalan, Occitan, French, Italian and Roumanian) deals with the Middle Ages, the times of troubadours and the Crusades (X – XIII centuries) through extracts from songs and historical commentaries discussing the social and geopolitical context of the period.

Languages: French

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