How is the gender pay gap reflected in women’s football and what can be done to change it? How do we help students reflect on this?
How to study the impact of national law and policies on everyday life? This resource helps students investigate how the Racial Laws in Italy impacted sport.
Through examples from football, we can encourage students to think out of the box on complex issues such as equality and inclusion, and ask thought-provoking questions.
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Teaching students about gender inequality in football and the ethics of advertisements by analyzing image sources.
Teaching students about the causes of football hooliganism through the analysis of case studies and development of potential solutions.
Learning activity teaching students historical causality by assessing the role of the 1990 “Maksimir riots” in the unfolding of the Yugoslav Wars.
An educational resources that helps students develop historical empathy, using a theatre play on the history of women’s football.
Teach students about questions of identity, citizenship and multiculturalism by looking at national football teams across Western Europe.
Help your students develop social and civic competences by using examples of events in football history.
Analyse and connect historical sources to learn about Italian fascism and the history of Europe in late 1930s – early 1940s.
Linking the history of Spain, football and nationalism through a world-famous example of Real Madrid – Barcelona rivalry.
In 1878 Lewandowski would have played for Russia. This learning activity helps students learn about identities and changed borders by taking the EURO2016 teams back to 1871 and 1922.
A learning activity that encourages students to use football badges as primary sources and learn about historical legacies in the club logos.
A journey through time with an activity connecting football to migration in 19th and 20th centuries.
An interactive activity connecting football affiliations with personal identity in various historical contexts.
History teacher Zdravko Stojkoski developed this lesson plan with a visual approach to teaching post-war European history through football competitions
A lesson plan putting the Spanish Civil War and football in perspective.
A multimedia activity connecting the performances of football teams and the fame of players to economic inequalities and capitalism.
A dynamic activity with a mini football match to show students the relationship between foreign policy and football.
What if you could teach history through the lens of your local club? This is a ready-to-use lesson plan for history and citizenship educators to help address local social, political and economic history of the early 20th century as well everyday life in that period.
An educational game about dealing with discrimination and confronts young people with their own choices. The players get to react to discrimination and have the choice to either let it happen or do something about it. The game developed by the Anne Frank House is available in several languages.
Using different perspectives on the right to be forgotten, students investigate in groups the issues that surround privacy and the internet: do people have the right to be forgotten?
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