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In this section we have posted some of the many lesson plans and products that teachers have created in conjunction with the project Teaching to Make a Difference. These are lesson plans or activities that go beyond the modules presented on this website, but have been inspired by them. Where possible we will include the addresses of the teachers so that interested parties can contact them.

Product 1
João Lopes da Silva of the Escola E.B. 2/3 de Fernao Lopes in Lisbon has created two videos together with his students on the topic of human rights and bullying. After studying the topic of human rights the students were given a camera. They designed a questionnaire and interviewed people in the street about their experiences with violence. In a second video the students showed through role playing the kinds of situations (pertaining to violence) they encounter at home, in their neighborhood and at school. A copy of the video can be obtained from the author.

João Lopes da Silva
Rua Cidade de Cadiz, No. 14 - 8 ESQ
1500-157
Lisboa
Portugal
E. MAIL: lopesdasilvajoao@hotmail.com

Product 2
Maria Margarida Larcher de Paiva das Neves Santos Carvaho of the same school has created a board game about Anne Frank and the Holocaust. Students try to match events with drawings other children have made during their art lessons. A copy of the board game (in Portugese and English) can be obtained from the author (same address as above).

Product 3
The school SMS Giusti in Terzigno had developed a CD-rom, using the module on bullying as a starting point. This was done in the English lessons. The students took various fairy tales and changed the endings by applying conflict resolution techniques to the stories. The CD-rom also includes the students' drawings. More information can be obtained from Maria Teresa Brancaccio at maria-teresa@annefrank.nl

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