The Big Myth - How did it all begin? Every culture has its own answer!

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The International Association for Intercultural Education together with Distant Train provides in English and in Nederlands a rich variety of myths allover the world. Big Myth is a new experimental learning module designed for use in European primary school classrooms. It is a sociology textbook for the comparative study of world creation mythology. The myths are told using Flash animation and are accompanied by an overview of the culture, the pantheon of the gods and a series of exercises based on that culture. One can choose: Inuit, Iroquois, Navajo, Hawaiian, Mayan, Vodoun, Aztec, Zulu, Yoruba, Egyptian, Old Testament, Greek, Babylonian, Sumerian, Norse, Hindu, Chinese, Aboriginal, Maori, Japanese.

Autor:

fiona@distanttrain.com

Bildungsebene:

Primarstufe Sekundarstufe I

Lernressourcentyp:

Arbeitsblatt

Schlagwörter:

Mythos Entstehung Inuit Irokese Navajo Maya Indianer Azteke Zulu Yoruba Sumerer Hindu Inuit Navajo Zulu Yoruba Hindu Chinese Maori Welt

freie Schlagwörter:

zweisprachiger Unterricht; Entstehungsmythos; Griechen; Eskimo; Vodoun; Babylon; Aborigine; myth; Iroquois; Hawaiian; Mayan; Aztec; Egyptian; Old Testament; Greek; Babylonian; Sumerian; Norse; Aboriginal; Japanese

Ortsbezüge:

Hawaii; Ägypten; Griechenland; China; Japan

Sprache:

Englisch

Themenbereich:

Schule fachunabhängige Bildungsthemen
Schule fachunabhängige Bildungsthemen Interkulturelle Bildung
Schule sozialkundlich-philosophische Fächer
Schule Sprachen und Literatur
Schule Sprachen und Literatur Englisch

Geeignet für:

Lehrer; Schüler