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Simulation

Material for a lesson based on the simulation method used for video recording a class learning Gaelic (part of the Simulation method DVD) can now be downloaded in

punkttegn
English
Gaelic
Dutch
Spanish
Romanian
Basque
Danish
German

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Airport

Airport is a simulation that can be used by students with a language competence around level A1-A2 (European Language Portfolio).

The simulation can be played in groups with three to five students (if less than five in a group then some students will have to have more than one profile in the simulation).

The simulation is self explanatory; each student is given a text with a personal profile, the students read and inform the other group members about the content. The texts are available in eight languages. The English version of the five profiles are availble online with all words linked to dictionaries in +100 languages: https://clilstore.eu/cs/939, https://clilstore.eu/cs/938, https://clilstore.eu/cs/937, https://clilstore.eu/cs/936, and https://clilstore.eu/cs/935

When all members of a group know the given information the success of the group in the simulation depends on following the information and having a proper strategy.

The students should not be allowed to speak their own language during the simulation. 

To play the simulation the students need 81 map squares. Each square has a top side with a number, the squares represent parts of a land map. The students can move across the map by choosing squares, when a square is chosen the students turn around the map square to see the bottom side which has information.

Before class the teacher should print the file with the map squares and cut out these.

 

Download the files below to use the simulation in your class:

Airport_squares.pdf  (file with 81 squares, table side)
Airport_top_numbers.pdf ( 81 squares top view)

One of the students has to fill in a diary / time table. This paper should also be printed before class:

airport_table.pdf  (The time table that the students fill in during the simulation)

To play the simulation the students need the following profiles in print (choose language / or translate into a new target language!):

Personal_profiles_en.pdf The profiles in English
Personal_profiles_es.pdf The profiles in Spanish
Personal_profiles_de.pdf The profiles in German
Personal_profiles_ro.pdf  The profiles in Romanian
Personal_profiles_dk.pdf  The profiles in
Danish

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A Location for Best Practice Machine Tools plc

In 2005 We have continued to contribute new materials. During the project the teams came up with many ideas for simulations that would be suitable for vocational students. Built on a Dutch idea (Frans can Schaik) we have now completed a new simulation titled: "A Location for Best Practice Machine Tools plc" Since New Year we have adapted and translated  the simulation into Basque, Danish, English, German, Romanian, and Spanish. The students have to decide on a suitable location for a new machine tools factory, they are supplied with four options and have to compare taxes, infrastructure, available employees etc.

Download the Basque version: BEST PRACTICE MACHINE TOOLS plc KONPAINIARAKO KOKALEKUA
Download the Danish version: En beliggenhed til Best Practice Maskin Værktøj A/S
Download the English version: A Location for Best Practice Machine Tools plc
Download the German version: Ein Standort für Best Practice Machine Tools plc
Download the Romanian version: O LOCAŢIE PENTRU CELE MAI BUNE MAŞINI UNELTE
Download the Spanish version: BUSCANDO LOCALIZACIÓN PARA BEST PRACTICE MACHINE TOOLS PLC

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Count Dracula meets the PhyEmoC method

Material for a lesson based on the simulation PhyEmoC method used for video recording a class learning Romanian (part of the PhyEmoC method DVD) can now be downloaded in

English
Romanian
Spanish
German
Danish
Basque
Dutch
Gaelic

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A collection of WebQuests

The Maltese pools-2 team has developed / adapted six WebQuests into Maltese, test them here:

The Cyprus pools-2 team has prepared a ready to use WebQuest in Greek. Ξέρετε με ποιο τρόπο ένα καγκουρό που δεν ζει στην Αυστραλία να μπορεί να φτάσει εκεί; Ο Mικές Τρικοίλης του 5ου Δημοτικού Σχολείου Καλύμνου γνωρίζει την απάντηση. Εσείς την γνωρίζετε: Click here to download

The Portuguese POOLS-2 team has made three new WebQuests for learning Portuguese, each of them has support texts in English, download and test them here:

A ready to use WebQuest in Greek. Ξέρετε με ποιο τρόπο ένα καγκουρό που δεν ζει στην Αυστραλία να μπορεί να φτάσει εκεί; Ο Mικές Τρικοίλης του 5ου Δημοτικού Σχολείου Καλύμνου γνωρίζει την απάντηση. Εσείς την γνωρίζετε: Click here to download

The BP-BLTM project teams have prepared a number of WebQuests for teaching the project languages please try some of these:

 
The German team has prepared a WebQuest by for teaching technical English/transport, the quest is in .htm format. Download
The same Webquest prepared for teaching German with links to German sites. Download
The Dutch team has prepared a WebQuest which can be used in most European languages, the actual WebQuest is in Dutch and English with introduction for the teacher. The aim of the WebQuest is to prepare students for a visit in another country. Download
The Spanish team has developed a WebQuest where students create a brochure about the museums of Valladolid (Spain, the WebQuest can easily be ported to other languages and areas. The WebQuest is in English and Spanish. Download
The Romanian team has made a WebQuest for speaking Romanian in Transylvania - a daring quest. Download and meet Dracula ...
The Danish team has made a WebQuest where the first version is for teaching English. It's called the Fuel Cell and deals with alternative energy. Download
Another WebQuest made by the Danish team is for learning Danish (but with instructions in English). The students have the tasks to gather information about the traditional energy supply and about renewable energy in Denmark in general. Download.
The Basque team has made a webquest where the students prepare a three days trip for tourists to the Basque country. Download

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Last edit: February 16, 2022

 

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