Moreover, the multimedia reports of historic performances/ events will create an important part of our ‘story of civilisation'
."Living History - a short story of civilisation" - project overview
Involved schools/classes choose minimum one of the following subjects, prepare and publish - multimedia report of the chosen civilisation heritage/heritages placed in the UNESCO list
And/or- multimedia description of the proposed monument/places, recognized by students as the civilisation heritage for the list, with brief arguments
- multimedia report of a historic performance (i.e. reconstruction of a historic event)
[Only self made multimedia reports (photos, movies, flashes) can be accepted and published.
UNESCO Heritage list http://whc.unesco.org/en/list
Register to the project by sending filled online form with school data, name of teacher (school coordinator) and photo
Or via email addressed to email@example.com
Sending resources for publishing
Text with multimedia as like above
online form -> http://webnews.textalk.com/en/letter_add.php?np=9170
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Hideyuki Baba
Our students are called TOFU members in our school. TOFU stands for TransOceani Forum United.
This name was coined by my German friend, who like Japanese food and TOFU reminds her of the typical Japanese food 'tofu,' which is a sort of soybeans curd.
Our students are now ready to do any academic challenge ahead.
teacher: Adzuhaidah M.Taha
teacher: Geeta Rajan
St. Mark's School, New Delhi boasts of students who believe in creating history whether it is by being the first in getting a recycling unit installed in the school or by being the first in writing to President Obama to tackle the menace of Terrorism. Here too the students are all set to create history be being part of this project.
For all those who say History is boring, here they come with their research and information.http://eu.cyberdusk.pl/yd/mediawiki/index.php?title=India_-_UNESCOhttp://eu.cyberdusk.pl/yd/mediawiki/index.php?title=India_-_Diu_Fort%2C_Diu
teacher: Maria Antonietta Sessa
Young Diplomats from IS Galilei in Benevento, Italy.
The boys are from class I C and together with class IV they take part in the project and have developed the pps presentation about Santa Sofia's (a Longobard church
in Benevento) - soon more!