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Modern Greek lessons with the VIA Culture method. The utilisation of Cultural Heritage Assets and Drama in Education.

Specifically, here you can find educational resources from a case study undertaken at the School of Modern Greek Language of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. The lessons are created for C1, advanced level students.

The creation of these resources has been supported by the Erasmus+ KA2 (2018-1-UK01-KA201-047976). The project: VIA Culture is an initiative that mobilises Cultural Heritage assets through artistic mediums for second language acquisition. We utilised methods, tools, and mediums from a variety of disciplines such as Cultural Heritage in Education, Archaeology, Drama in Education, and Digital Learning, aiming to create cross curriculum resources that can be applied for developing skills in literacy, numeracy, and digital competency.

Employing VIA Culture method in your teaching simultaneously creates a welcoming learning environment that prioritises the values of collaboration, acceptance, respect and inclusion among all learners. Our project aimed to record tangible and intangible assets that promote the Greek Language in the Thessaloniki case study, so as to support the cultural dialogues in Greece, to create resources for second language acquisition and to praise and promote the European values on inclusion, acceptance, diversity and equality.

You can find 3 power points with the four stages of the VIA Culture method which include activities on research tasks, group discussions, writing in role tasks, improvisations, freeze frames, articles & essays writing tasks, interviews, and many more!

The resources are rich in bell tasks & final products. Feel free to add your own #LearningIntentions & #SuccessCritera to match with your students’ needs!

** The current resources have been created by Dr Georgia Gavriilidou, Greek language teacher at the School of Modern Greek Language of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and copied-edited by the VIA Culture project coordinator, Dr Konstantina Kalogirou, Lecturer in Teacher Education and Professional Learning at Cardiff Metropolitan University.

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