PARCUM: Teaching methods
Need inspiration to show the religious diversity of the world from your room? PARCUM is ready to help with topics such as inter-philosophical competences, diversity, history ...
That is why they regularly develop teaching methods that you can use …
Corona: Rhythm lesson
The most commonly used words from the corona period are listed here. Their natural word rhythm has been converted into a rhythmic image with notes.
As a teacher you will find an overview of the rhythms on the first page. The second page contains …
Corona Hutsepot: Score
Corona Hutsepot is a cheerful and rhythmic song. With this text and the score of the singing voice your students can sing along with the accompanying video: Corona Hutsepot: Sing along or the accompanying audio fragment: Corona Hutsepot: Song .
How can art make the world a better place?
Through this assignment you as a teacher let the students think about the social utility of art. How can art make the world happier, more beautiful, better? They look for an artwork that makes the world a better place for them. Then they come up …
Bassie and Andriaan: Listen
Listening exercise in the four seasons of Bassie and Adriaan.
Students listen to the song and fill in the missing words of the text.
Weekly news quiz
This weekly current affairs quiz looks back at what came in the news through multiple choice questions. Every week you will find the latest version here, but the previous quizzes (and solutions) will also remain available. They can be inspiring …
Factory game Industrial Museum: Game form
Welcome to the factory! Here we work hard; from apprentices and workers to factory bosses. They spin cotton, produce fabric on the looms, print cards and make letters. The more machines that run, the more money comes in. But be careful, because …
Baking cupcakes and sugar cookies: Recipes for kids
Visually presented recipes with which children can easily get to work themselves. With a limited number of ingredients, the children bake delicious cupcakes or sugar cookies. The clear roadmaps have been made kids proof.
Always everywhere: Philosophize, write, read, analyze and dance a poem
The poem Always Everywhere by Bette Westera and Mattias De Leeuw makes discussing the theme of missing in class.
- class discussion about missing;
- writing exercise;
- reading and parsing the poem;
- make your own version;
- on the accompanying song …
Create a soundscape under your heavenly poem
You can use this method to create a soundscape.
- As an entry you read the poem Hemel uit Doodgewoon by Bette Westera and Sylvia Weve.
- You philosophize with your students about heaven and let them choose heavenly music.
- As icing on the cake, they …