A LONDON GUIDE FOR KIDS: A PBL PROJECT IN THE BILINGUAL CLASSROOM

After presenting our History project on the great fire of London children showed great interest about the city which ended up leading to a final question, “Shall we go to London one day?”. That was the starting point for our new PBL project. “Maybe, but first we should find out and get information about what you want to do and see in London, shouldn’t we?” I replied.

These questions turned the children’s curiosity into an exciting but challenging project.

Initially they encountered some difficulties in deciding what sort of information to collect, organize and how to present it so we all agreed that the best thing to do would be creating a simple table of contents.

Here’s a presentation of the whole project and its final result: A London guide just for kids.

Related links:

PBL( problem based learning ):

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Problem-based_learning

Great fire of London history project:

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