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PARTILHANDO DIFERENÇAS- Draft photo-Universal Declaration of Human Rights in black and white

Registered on 09.10.2008

Status: Active

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Project details

This project is the exchange and analysis of images (photographs in black and white) focusing on emblematic dates such as the day of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  • Subjects: Citizenship, Cross Curricular, Ethics, Foreign Languages, History, History of Culture, Informatics / ICT, Philosophy / Logic
  • Languages: English
  • Pupil’s age: 14 – 18
  • Tools to be used: Chat, e-mail, Forum, Other software (Powerpoint, video, pictures and drawings), Virtual learning environment (communities, virtual classes, …), Web publishing
  • Based on kit: Coming soon
  • Aims: Promote educational cooperation in Europe through the use of ICT. Develop… Read more
  • Aims: Promote educational cooperation in Europe through the use of ICT. Developing skills in the areas of research, selection, processing and dissemination of information and the use of mother languages, English and, if possible, French. Be aware of the cultural richness and heritage of humanity as axiological. Sharing experiences / experiences / contexts. Close
  • Work process: Students will make pictures in black and white, on the theme that will make… Read more
  • Work process: Students will make pictures in black and white, on the theme that will make available for review and comment. Later they will respond with photos via e-mail or blog and will be a collection of the most significant to be exposed on December 10, the day Uiversal Declaration of Human Rights Close
  • Expected results: it is hoped that with this project, to develop skills in different areas wo… Read more
  • Expected results: it is hoped that with this project, to develop skills in different areas working wide range of concepts, including culture, tolerance, curriculum, values, local traditions, differences, among others, and to contextualize Portugal and other countries in Europe.
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