-learning about the Magna Charta Libertatum and its meaning at the time of its birth and nowadays
-developing citizenship competences and competences
-looking for and selecting information
-discussing supporting one's opinion
-writing in L2
-learning to learn
Duration of the activity: 12 hours plus homework
self assessment: peer assessment during the third session
bibliography (given by the teacher)
First session: students receive info about Dst and final product ( imaginary barons' and king John's discussion). At home they read the documents given by the teacher. They form groups, each group will support one right and give voice to an imaginary baron, one group gives voice to king John
Second session: group work, using trade card app students create the character, prequels are negotiated.
Third session: presentation in class. Each group introduces its baron, a speaker plays the role of the baron, the clergyman and the king, some students in the group can give additional support embodying other characters.
Fourth session:debate. The students (the barons) debate claiming for their rights, the king answers and they find an agreement in five rights written in the Magna Charta.
Final session: written test ( knowledges)
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