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The Unknown Pre-history: did you know that about Poland? The oldest image of wheel in the world

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  • Materials:
  • The materials are presented by means of popular, accessible and individually selected presenta-tion templates (e.g. “Canva” History templates) that can be displayed on various digital devices. The presentations include texts, pictures, video films and exercises in the form of creative educa-tion slides. The images and texts should appear with animations, videos and music/subtitles for a truly engaging presentation. The presentation should give the students a chance to interact and/or be made into a kind of interactive website with pdf/printable materials as handouts.


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  • Outcomes :
  • The students are exposed to a more versatile and stimulating learning experience that fosters new ways to encourage their natural curiosity to study and analyse human activi-ties in the past linking history with other fields of science in the modern world.

What Will I Learn?

  • Objectives :
  • 1. The students get acquainted with selected facts/data on the prehistory of Poland with the aim to encourage the exploration of the topic on their own.
  • 2. The students understand and apply (within their limited capabilities) “interdisciplinary ap-proach” in their learning and research efforts by means of combining history with ele-ments of archaeology, anthropology, biology and genetics, geography and climatology and other fields of study related to the topic.
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