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dc.contributor.authorLinde Linde, Luis Manuel-
dc.descriptionThis Scenario is centred on the architecture in Europe. The entire scenario is divided into three parts “Part 1: Introduction. Some emblematic constructions in Europe. The Classical Architecture”. “Part 2: Architecture from the fall of the Roman Empire to the Contemporary age”. “Part 3: Architecture from the Contemporary age to the Mid-20th century”. In the entire scenario students are going to explore some of the most important architectural movements with origin in Europe, and some emblematic constructions that we have within our continent, many of which are declared as a World Heritage by the UNESCO. In Part 2: “Architecture from the fall of the Roman Empire to the Contemporary age”, students will learn different aspects related to the Architecture in Europe in different moments from the fall of the Roman Empire to the Contemporary age, such as the architecture in the Byzantine Empire, the Romanesque, the Gothic, the Renaissance and the Baroque-Rococo architecture. This Scenario has been created through a Moodle Platform which integrates a variety of interactive activities by using different types of intelligences, following the CLIL methodology. A back-up of those activities is included in this repertory. In the scenario are used H5P tools and some of the digital options that are offered in the Moodle platform such as: multiple choice, essays, matching, fill in the gaps, speaking, assignment, watching videos. And other activities (not digital tools done in Moodle platform). In the scenario there are some texts to give students the information they need to answer the questions and to solve some of their doubts. Some activities have some scaffolding to help them to answer the questions, such as grammar help, speaking help and examples. Some examples are given to make easier the students’ learning process. In “Teachers’ material” (hidden for students), there are some files such as “Student’ worksheet” (in pdf), “Teaching materials” (with answers and teachers help, in pdf), and “Script” (advices on how to perform the scenario, in pdf).en_US
dc.publisherINCLUDE PROJECTen_US
dc.subjectVisual Arts Educationen_US
dc.subjectCivil & Structural Engineeringen_US
dc.titleArchitecture in Europe. PART 2: Architecture from the fall of the Roman Empire to the Contemporary age.en_US
dc.typeeducational scenario - lesson planen_US
dc.typedynamic visual representationen_US
dc.keywordArchitecture, European Constructions, Architecture in the Byzantine Empire, Romanesque, Gothic, The Renaissance, The Baroque-Rococo. Some words: (architrave, cornice, columns, capitals, dome, apse, transept, naves, crossing, pointed arch, ribbed vaulting, stained glasses, rose windows, ambulatory, pinnacle, flying buttresses, gargoyles, cathedral, rusticated walls, pilaster, mosaic), World Heritage.en_US
dc.keywordsPerFileStudent worksheet_P4S18Y2_Architecture in Europe_From_The Fall_Of_The_Roman_Empire_To_The_Contemporary_Age, worksheeten_US
dc.keywordsPerFilescriptP4S18Y2_Architecture_In_Europe_Part_2, scripten_US
dc.keywordsPerFileArchitecture_in_Europe_2_backup-moodle2-course-130-ae2-20220118-1444-nu.mbz, backup moodle courseen_US
dc.keywordsPerFilede-moemnto-nose-159.h5p, match pictures with words related to Gothic architectureen_US
dc.keywordsPerFiledrag-and-drop-158.h5p, match words and pictures related to Romanesque architectureen_US
dc.schoolInstitut BISBE BERENGUERen_US
dc.moduleArchitecture. Art history.en_US
dc.unitArchitecture in Europe. PART 2: Architecture from the fall of the Roman Empire to the Contemporary age.en_US
dc.requirementsPen, pencil, pencil colours, access to computer to use some programs (Ex: Excel, Word or similar software) and to internet (to look for information).en_US
dc.keycompetencesDetailed Competences::1. Literacy Competenceen_US
dc.keycompetencesDetailed Competences::2. Multilingual Competenceen_US
dc.keycompetencesDetailed Competences::3. Mathematical competence and competence in science, technology, engineeringen_US
dc.keycompetencesDetailed Competences::4. Digital Competenceen_US
dc.keycompetencesDetailed Competences::5. Personal, social and learning to learn Competenceen_US
dc.keycompetencesDetailed Competences::6. Citizenship Competenceen_US
dc.keycompetencesDetailed Competences::8. Cultural awareness and expression Competenceen_US
dc.learningOutcomeLearning outcomes subject area Architecture constructions in Europe. World Heritage in Europe. Architecture in the Byzantine Empire. The Romanesque. The Gothic. The Renaissance. The Baroque-Rococo. Learning outcomes English language Asking questions to obtain some information. Writing definitions. Giving opinions. Giving reasons. Comparisons. Oral presentations. Finding words from definitions.en_US
dc.transversalSkillInformation literacyen_US
dc.transversalSkillCreativity and Innovationen_US
dc.transversalSkillCollaboration and Communicationen_US
dc.transversalSkillAutonomous learningen_US
dc.europeanityThe Europeanity component is focused on the architecture in Europe. Some of the most architecture movements took place in Europe. Europe is the continent with more World Heritage constructions than the others. Architecture in Europe helps to understand the politic and economic movements in Europe. The scenario show students the importance of European Union in the promotion and conservation of our constructions (most of them declared as World Heritage by the UNESCO) and their history help us to understand better our continent, in order to achieve Europeans to be proud of our common history and constructions.en_US
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