Ergebnis der Suche

Ergebnis der Suche nach: ( ( (Systematikpfad: ENGLISCH) und (Systematikpfad: LITERATUR) ) und (Lernressourcentyp: ARBEITSBLATT) ) und (Lernressourcentyp: SIMULATION)

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  • Englisch Tests - Englisch Tests

    Auf dieser Seite finden Sie 100 Englisch Tests für den Einsatz im Unterricht.


  • Planet Schule: Great Britain & Ireland

    Landeskundliche Informationen zu Irland, Nordirland, Wales, England und Schottland spannend verpackt in einem Quiz: So lernen die Schülerinnen und Schüler spielerisch regionale Facetten kennen und trainieren nebenbei ihren englischen Wortschatz. Wo kommen die Bands Franz Ferdinand und Travis her? Wo gab es den ersten Fish'n'Chip-Shop? Und in welcher Region ...

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  • Spellmaster - interaktives Vokabeltraining

    Motivierendes und unterhaltsames Vokabeltraining können Sie mit selbst erstellten interaktiven Übungen realisieren.; Lernressourcentyp: Lernmaterial; Animation; Simulation; Spiel; Mindestalter: 15; Höchstalter: 18

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  • Tracing the Invisible

    Within the thematic complex of the optics, satellite images apply exceptionally well. The physical basics of satellite remote sensing reach from the recording to the completed satellite image. The goal of the teaching unit "Tracing the invisible" is to convey the interrelations among the electromagnetic spectrum, reflect ion, absorption and the processes of recording ...

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  • Atmospheric Circulation

    The topics weather and atmospheric circulation are foreseen for many curricula in secondary education. They are very much relevant for the students’ geography education as without knowledge of atmospheric processes (as a driving force) the distinctions among the natural potentials of different areas cannot be fully understood.

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  • Floods

    Extreme flood events and their consequences for affected residents are mentioned in the media often and are thus observed by the pupils on a regular basis. In light of the presently ongoing discussion about possible consequences of anthropogenic influenced climate change, there is renewed public interest in climate based extreme events. A natural hazard like a flood is not ...

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  • Traces of Fire (Biology)

    Environmental pollution, overexploitation of resources and climate change are terms children and adolescents are confronted with more and more frequently. These terms are connected with the threatening and extinction of plant and animal species. While the environmental conditions are changing faster, many species are not able to adapt. Even landscapes are increasingly changing ...

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  • Contrast

    Satellite images are a practical way to convey the set-up of digital pictures as well as the basics of digital picture processing. The Contrast learning module aims at an advancement of the pupils’ knowledge on digital image processing and data structure. The module makes use of the computer’s scope in order to convey the topic involving animation and interaction. Dealing ...

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  • Traces of Fire (Geography)

    Forest fires claimed a large number of lives and caused great ecologic damage in the Mediterranean in the past years. During the summer and while the fires last, the media coverage is extensive – one can watch countless reports on the course of the fires, listen to interviews on losses and human tragedies, and read about backgrounds. But what about the developments in the ...

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  • From Satellite Images to Maps

    Maps as a basis for spatial orientation play a key role in geography teaching. To use maps as important devices, maps as such are dealt with in class with pupils aged 10-11. A main subject in geography teaching for pupils aged 10-11 is “mapping”. This subject area contains the question how maps can be derived from aereal or satellite images. Through this, it is referred back ...

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