Weekly topical quiz
This weekly current affairs quiz looks back on what came in the news on the basis of multiple choice questions. You will find the latest version here every week, but the previous quizzes (and solutions) will also remain available. They can be …
Calendar: Day, month, year, season, date
With this calendar you repeat on a regular basis:
- the month,
- the year,
- The season,
- note the date (long and short).
Countries and capitals of the European Union: Flashcards
With these flashcards, the capitals and countries of the European Union (+ the UK) can be studied independently.
City game: Trip to Mechelen
The students perform assignments with which they collect tips to find out the final location. The group that arrives first at the final location wins the game. You can adjust the tips depending on the location where you want the students to end up.
Church year: Work Bundle and Quartet
A bundle with info and fill-in exercises around the Christmas circle, the Easter circle, the time throughout the year and the religious holidays.
Climate-friendly travel: viewing and listening assignment
In the video from VRT NWS , the plane, the Flixbus and the train are compared as means of transport for a holiday. This can also give rise to a debate about climate and sustainability.
Does the summer vacation take too long? : Pro or contra
Assignment to have the students formulate an opinion about the statement Does the summer holiday take too long? They look for arguments pro and contra from a reading text and video and then formulate their own opinion.
Pssst! The big facts and not facts book about psychic ... uh ... you know: Curriculum
This package was developed with the book Pssst! The big facts and not facts book about psychic ... uh ... you know .
All necessary and additional materials can be found on the website of the publisher: Borgerhoff & Lamberigts.
Children's rights poster: Group work
Assignment in which the students work in pairs to make a poster that visually represents a child's right, from the children's rights treaty (Unicef).
The assignment comes in the form of a step-by-step plan.