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September 2, 2011

Our World of Wonders, The Eiffel Tower, a Thematic Unit Study

Our World of Wonders, The Eiffel Tower, a Thematic Unit Study.

 

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The information on this page has been adapted from various sources, cited in my “references”, with the main intention of compiling a thematic unit study for young learners through to older students, but essentially providing a one-stop location for parents or educators to obtain everything they need to enhance and successfully complete this unit study with their children. The appropriate ages will depend on “how” the information is presented to the student. For older students with a more advanced vocabulary much of the information can remain very much “as is”. There are even activities for adults, yes it’s true. Try some of the cryptic puzzles as a starter.

This Unit Study examines the How, Why and Where of the Eiffel Tower and provides links and resources, as well as activities for the whole family to enjoy, to enhance your study.

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