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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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¿Cómo nos entendemos?

Publication year: 2011

Pupils speak of cultural habits, drawing up written advice for travellers.

Languages: Spanish

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« Que pensez-vous des stéréotypes nationaux? »

Publication year: 2011

The main objective of this activity is to lead the students to reflect about their reactions faced with national stereotypes.

Languages: French

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Aimez-vous le vouvoiement ?

Publication year: 2011

The main objective of this activity is to lead the students to reflect on the use of T-form (informal) and V-form (formal) in France and in other countries.

Languages: French

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Antonio et Ali

Publication year: 2011

The main objective of this activity is to make students reflect on their images about others’ culture and the possibility to change these points of view by removing traditional stereotypes.

Languages: French

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Bonjour!

Publication year: 2011

Students watch a video in which children say “Good morning” in 17 different languages.

Languages: French

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Contes et légendes du monde

Publication year: 2011

The aim of this activity is to awaken the curiosity of participants about the tales of other cultures, sometimes in other languages. This will lead them to discover the cultural reality of other peoples.

Languages: French

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Cultionary

Publication year: 2011

This activity deals with work on stereotyping and prejudice about other cultures...

Languages: French, English

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Dans notre immeuble

Publication year: 2011

The overall goals of this role play are to make students "analyse (their) attitudes towards people of different social and cultural groups”, “explore strategies for conflict resolution”, “reflect on the limits of tolerance” and “reflect on the relationship between discrimination and conflict of interest".

Languages: French

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Devine qui vient dîner ce soir

Publication year: 2011

The overall aim of this role play is to get students to "analyze the messages handed down by family about people of different social and cultural background" so that they are "aware of the role of family in the transmission social values ".

Languages: French

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Die lange Reise der Wörter

Publication year: 2017

Students discover in a playful way that there is a lively exchange between languages. They can find out that loan words don’t refer exclusively to the linguistic but also to the cultural level. Mostly, foreign words and loan words are borrowed as terms of new objects, new techniques or concepts.

Languages: German

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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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Frère Jacques

Publication year: 2006

The students sing the song “Frère Jacques” in different languages.

Languages: English, Danish, Estonian, Finnish, Icelandic, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Swedish, Latvian

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If you want peace

Publication year: 2016

Students perform various activities during which they discover and compare the iconic symbols, gestures and words that express the meaning of "peace" in different languages or cultural contexts.

Languages: English, Norwegian, Danish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Finnish, Estonian, Swedish, Icelandic

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Jour noir

Publication year: 2011

The main goal of this activity is to make students think about the language and connotations of words that we use.

Languages: French

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L’arbre de vie

Publication year: 2011

This activity gives students the opportunity to reflect on their family history and to relate it with nowadays’ sociocultural problems and globalisation.

Languages: French

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Language detective

Publication year: 2016

Students must solve the mystery of a strange letter received by their teacher and therefore engage in various activities related to languages and cultures.

Languages: English

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Le cri des animaux

Publication year: 2011

Students have to reflect upon the diversity of sounds which exist in different languages.

Languages: French

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Les règles du jeu

Publication year: 2011

This activity aims to ensure that students are familiar with experiences such as the status of oppressed and oppressors, so they can understand better the situation of those who are oppressed by someone else or who make part of a minority.

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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Partager la discrimination

Publication year: 2011

The overall goal of this activity is to raise awareness of discrimination in everyday life, to promote empathy and to help participants gain confidence.

Languages: French

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