Consistently organized, playfully presented motivational texts; combinations of various activities for independent and/or group work (double spread approach).
Well-constructed and enriched with cross-curricular connections.
The use of this format to separate very playful, sensitivity-oriented, innovative and varied introductory material on one page, and easily accessible workbook-like features on the other page makes good sense.
The material provides useful tasks in the form of workshops (ateliers)which enable the learners to assess these new specific "ethical skills" at different levels of achievement and thus enable differentiation.
The series successfully manages, one book after the other, to customise the design and the activities according to the target age group, progressively moving from an image and headline approach in volume 1/3 to an increasingly sophisticated presentation of visuals, ethical content and learning tasks.
The clear design of the materials along with the colour-coding system is very helpful, not at all distracting, and is reminiscent of the 'Wimmelbild' style (hidden objects).
People of different ethnicity and mixed families are represented in the images, and different dialects and minority languages are presented (for example: the class learns Polish).
There is a large variety of exercises (individual, together with a partner, on paper, on iPad etc.) in the textbook and in the digital material, challenging and motivating the students in many different ways.
Harassment on the Internet is addressed in the digital material in a way that young students can easily understand.
Rich set of study materials for English language learning for 3rd graders; very bright and colourful covers; well-developed apparatus (symbols) for a smooth and easy navigation throughout the textbook;
Attractive and uncluttered design with appropriate choice of fonts and enough white space on the pages.
A broad range of learning tasks and activities is included, which makes differentiation a straightforward issue.
Age appropriate and good quality illustrated fiction stories give the students motivation for extensive reading in English. The stories are well connected with the topics in the textbooks and can be shared.
Texts and illustrations are engaging and present diversity in an unforced environment, giving students the opportunity to identify with the characters easily.
The workbooks have a large variety of relevant tasks giving the students opportunities to seek information, answer questions, learn grammar, write individual texts, and take part in conversations and discussions with other students.
Both teachers and students benefit directly and individually from the platform. Students can access ample test and assessment material with reference to the textbooks. Teachers have many additional resources at their fingertips that facilitate both classroom and distant teaching.
Ambitious digital product aimed at a full range of students (from Kindergarten to 12th grade) with great pre-recorded broadcasts from TV channels.
Fully compatible with the worldwide platforms of Microsoft Teams and Google Classroom; compatible with interactive whiteboards (writing, high lighting, zooming, etc.)
Both full video lessons (40 min) and short video lessons (20 min) involve the best teaching practices which allows for a greater variety of teaching styles, and do not limit students to teaching practice they are familiar with in their own schools.
Allows for choices and implementation of dynamic teaching models - to use it as a direct teaching model; as complementary teaching; as flipped classroom teaching, even as a home-schooling option.
Interesting and challenging assignments, project tasks and individual and/or group work.
The concept of the interdisciplinary material is truly innovative as it enables the learners, at the same time, to explore very tangible aspects of the environmental issues and support sustainable development, even becoming "influencers" in the field.
The topics selected in the book comprehensively address the general sustainability issue and use target audience age-appropriate examples and argumentation.
This material is suitably based on a "learning by doing" approach, effectively stimulating student's interest and motivation for learning about sustainable development as well as concretely planning and designing practical solutions, ranging from virus spread simulator to waste sorting management.
Rich and demanding content which is clearly structured regardless of the complexity of some parts; easy and accessible introduction to a new concept and new terms.
Extremely beautiful photographs for each of the 8 areas and respective topics; illustrations and other visual aids support the text and textually based explanations; highly attractive videos provide added value.
Good combination of teaching/ learning approaches, strategies and didactic /methodological tools - from "traditional" explanation and visualization to exploration, reading maps and movies/videos, games.
Very extensive selection of original historic sources and authentic materials such as original photographs. It gives useful additional opportunities to watch informative slideshows and also authentic early films.
Wide range of tasks and activities stimulating active participation, critical thinking and reflection, allowing for individualization and differentiation; very good learning support and opportunities for transferable skills and competences development.
Very good quality workbook, useful combination of learning tasks and activities, checks and self-evaluations as elements of LMS, engaging tasks for group/teamwork.
This double-subject learning package offers a really wide range of user-friendly and truly motivating learning resources (interactive animations, audio and video files) which can be easily used by the learner or the teacher.
The material includes a structured teacher's manual, offering step by step detailed guidance, and numerous relevant hints, as well as ready for use photocopiable materials offering additional practice and reinforcement activities.
Assessment is carefully considered thanks to opportunities supplied to the learner for self-evaluation (Me evalùo), followed by additional exercises for consolidation purposes, as well as to the teacher with a set of dedicated tests using specific criteria, learning standards and assessment tools.
The material has a very strong communicative approach with a focus on speaking opportunities with a varied selection of text, themes and cooperative tasks.
Suggesting German language tv shows, podcasts, movies and a Spotify playlist with German songs brings contemporary German culture closer to students.
There are a lot of opportunities for differentiation and customisation, both in terms of activity types and difficulty, and the material offers students lots of freedom to choose the tasks that suit them.
At every turn, in any topic, students are involved directly, every aspect of art is put into context. Tasks relate to practical issues and problems that might be addressed through art.
Interviews with Danish artists open new dimensions and perspectives for students who might be interested in pursuing a career in arts.
Detailed instructions on how to create and maintain a portfolio, including the use of Instagram, is a great idea. The portfolio is built on at every step and contains students' materials, texts, pictures and presentations for each topic addressed.