Europe United: Let’s change the world!

Europe United: Let’s change the world!

  • human rights
  • civil rights
  • personal heroes
  • changing the world
  • being a world/European citizen
  • research
  • copyright / creative commons
  • recording mp3 files
  • creating an interactive presentation
  • coding
  • collaboration,
  • communication
  • creativity
  • critical thinking
  • A2+
  • B1

6-9 lessons + potential evaluation (some parts can be done as a homework if necessary)

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Listening comprehension with word bank (30’)

  1. Anita : Gandhi, my hero (A2, BE, 0:45)
  2. Angelin : Gandhi (B1, Indian English, 1:37)
  3. Rob : Martin Luther King Jr (B1, Welsh English, 1:38)

  1. Jenny : I recycle my clothes (A2, BE, 3:13)
  2. Jenny : I’m concerned about environment and food (B1, BE, 2:16)

Grammar (simple past, present tense, future forms (45′-55′)

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

Skill training: Copyright & Creative Commons (tutorial, 10′)

  1. Who is your hero from the past? (1 lesson)
    1. Research
    2. Find pictures, audio files, videos about that person
    3. Write a short text in which you present the person
  2. Who is your hero from the present? (1 lesson)
    1. Research
    2. Find pictures, audio files, videos about that person
    3. Write a short text in which you present the person
  3. How do you want to change the world? (1 lesson)
    1. Write a short text in which you present your idea
    2. Find pictures, audio files, videos to illustrate your cause
  4. Create your scene in CoSpaces (group space 4-5 students from both countrues) (2 lessons)
    1. Add your first name to the museum
    2. Replace the avatar (if you want)
    3. Insert media & add credits from your worksheets
    4. Record the texts you have written as audio files
    5. Link the audio recordings to objects / avatars
    6. Use code to make the videos play on hover
    7. Decorate your scene & customize it
    8. Look at your scene in VR and make sure it works

Look at the scenes of your partners in VR

For each scene, write a short feedback

Add your comment as an audio recording to each scene (in edit mode)

Tell your class about your favorite space

Listen to the feedback your partners left you (and if necessary, answer questions)

Check answers

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