The House of European History looks at the continent as a whole and presents visitors of all ages with different perspectives on the history of Europe. The museum is an ideal learning space for exploring Europe’s past, present and future in engaging and enjoyable ways. The House proposes various activities for primary and secondary schools. Activity worksheets (12-18 years old) Students learn best when they find something out for themselves. The House of European History actively encourages students to search, interrogate and analyse history in small independent groups. Specially designed worksheets allow students to explore the stories and content of the museum in-depth. Accompanying guidance notes for teachers are available on the interactive tablet to be used with the worksheets. Schools can pick up worksheet folders on arrival at the museum reception. Workshop: Out of the Display Case (6-18 years old) History comes alive when we can touch it, hear it, even smell it, which is exactly what hands-on workshops are designed to do. The House of European History has an extensive collection that is available to help students examine and explore history through primary and secondary source material including objects, photographs and textual materials, all outside of the display cases. Guided visits for school groups (6-18 years old) School groups can also explore the museum with an educator of the House of European History. The guided visits can be a general presentation of the permanent or temporary exhibitions, or address more specific topics such as migration, conflicts, identity and human rights.
Themes : History - Citizenship - Languages - Europe
Duration : 1h30
Language Spoken : bg,cs,da,de,el,en,es,et,fi,fr,ga,hr,hu,it,lt,lv,mt,nl,pl,pt,ro,sk,sl,sv,fr,nl,en,de
Participants : Atelier et visite guidée: 10-30 élèves
Visite libre: 10-60 élèves