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Geography
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Lerneinheit Geographie 7/8

In 10 interaktiven Aufgaben wird Wissen zu Megacities und Smartcities vermittelt und abgefragt.

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Estonia

This DVD offers a well-structured overview of Estonia focusing on the following aspects: Location within the EU (border to Russia, situation at the Gulf of Finland), size and inhabitants, landscapes (regional land- scapes, mountains, rivers, islands), fauna and flora (moose, brown bear, lynx, natural parks), the climate, history (short survey) up to its present system of government, old and new relations with Germany, connections with Finland, traffic and infrastructure – the importance of the Gulf of Finland, infra- structure (e.g. country of the Internet), economic structure (agriculture, industry, mining and processing of oil shale and energy generation, tourism), important cities and sights, the capital of Tallinn, religion, traditions (e.g. Hansa Days Festi- val in Tallinn), lifestyle, food and drink, language, education, culture and music. Outstanding shots, didactically arranged computer charts, animated maps as well as historical pictures give the pupils a comprehensive overview of the country and its inhabitants in a form appropriate for their age group.

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Saxony

The federal state of Saxony lies in the southeast of the Federal Republic of Germany. Besides an overview of the state, this DVD offers a detailed description of the character and history of Saxony’s natural landscapes. One focus of the film is the chapter on the eventful history of this state, which renders the DVD suitable not only for geography lessons but also for history lessons. Besides natural resources and the industry, the chapter on Saxony’s economy discusses the cities of Dresden, Leipzig and Chemnitz in terms of their sights as well as their structure and regional economy. In view of the agricultural-ecological diversity of the state, agriculture is treated in a subchapter of its own. Due to the modular, modified regional-studies approach, the DVD is suited for both interdisciplinary and focus-oriented teaching strategies and access modes.

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Latvia

This DVD offers a clearly structured overview of Latvia focusing on the following aspects: Situation within the EU, size and inhabitants, landscapes (regional landscapes, mountains, rivers), fauna and flora (storks, natural parks), the climate, history (short survey) up to its present system of government, old and new relations with Austria, traffic, transport and infrastructure, economic structure (agriculture, industry, energy supply, tourism), important cities and sights, the capital and former Hanseatic city of Riga, religion, traditions, lifestyle, food and drink, language, education, culture and music. Outstanding shots, didactically arranged computer charts, animated maps as well as historical pictures give the pupils a comprehensive overview of the country and its inhabitants in a form appropriate for their age group.

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Lithuania

This DVD conveys to the pupils a comprehensive picture of the Baltic state of Lithuania. Topographical information on Lithuania is followed by an overview of its four regions, which are distinguished by their respective traditions, dialect and landscapes: Upper Lithuania, Lower Lithuania with the Memel Territory, the region of Sudovia and the region of Dzukija. The Lithuanian Baltic coast is the centre of tourism. Further, the DVD leaves a deep impression of the Hill of Crosses, which has been a world-famous place of pilgrimage for Catholics since it was visited by Pope John Paul II. Diverse pictures at- test to the sights of the capital of Vilnius and other cities. The DVD describes Lithuania’s protracted tug-of-war for indepen- dence and mentions the most important branches of industry as well as the country’s energy supply. The pupils also learn about the important role Lithuania plays as a transit country. Furthermore, they gain an insight into the Lithuanian way of life. This DVD shows the diversity and uniqueness of the EU member state of Lithuania and helps pupils to learn more about their European homeland.

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Poland

This DVD conveys to the pupils a comprehensive picture of the European neighbour state of Poland. Topographical information on Poland is followed by an overview of its typical natural landscapes, for instance the Baltic seashore from the Pomeranian Bay to the Gulf of Gdansk, the adjacent hills of the “Baltic Ridge” und the lowlands of Silesia and Mazovia. The large lake districts, the high mountain region of the “High Tatra” and the mighty Forest Carpathians form Poland’s natu- ral landmarks. The DVD gives a striking account of Poland’s fight for sove- reignty and explains the massive economic boom as a conse- quence of the transition from a centrally planned economy to a well-functioning market economy. A visit to the capital of Warsaw shows, among other things, the Old Town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but also the modern part of the city around the Palace of Culture and Science. The pupils also get to know Poland as a country of science and culture, where modern research and traditional customs peacefully coexist.This DVD shows the diversity and unique- ness of the EU member state of Poland and helps pupils to learn more about their European homeland.

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Slovakia

This DVD conveys to the pupils a comprehensive picture of the European neighbour state of Slovakia. Topographical in- formation on Slovakia is followed by an overview of its typical natural landscapes, for instance, the alpine mountain ranges of the Carpathians, the Slovakian Ore Mountains with their rich ore deposits, the Slovak lowlands of the Little and Great Hungarian Plains, the Danube Valley and the Váh Valley and its many lakes and reservoirs. The DVD explains the economic upswing of recent years and introduces successful branches of industry with the example of the Volkswagen plant in Bratislava. A visit to the capital Bratislava shows, among other things, the world-renowned “New Bridge”, the monumental national theatre and the Castle of Bratislava, which is perpetuated in the coat of arms of the city.This DVD shows the diversity and uniqueness of the EU member state of Slovakia and helps pupils to learn more about their European homeland.

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Hungary

This DVD offers a clearly structured overview covering the following aspects: Situation in Europe, size and population, landscapes (Little and Great Hungarian Plains, Puszta), watercourses (Rába, Danube, Lake Neusiedl, Lake Balaton), mountains (Bakony Forest, Mecsek, Matra, Bükk), the climate, history (overview up to today’s system of government, national rebellion of 1956, change of system in 1987), traffic, transportation and infrastructure, economic structure, agriculture (winegrowing, fishing, cattle-breeding), industry, mining and energy supply, Audi Hungaria factory, tourism, major cities and sights (Feste- tics Palace, Sümeg Castle, baroque castle of Esterház in Fer- töd, Benedictine archabbey of Pannonhalma, Szeged, Pecs, Debrecen, Eger), capital of Budapest, traditions, religion, food and drink, language, culture and music. High-quality film clips and aerial shots, animated maps, historical film scenes as well as original sound interviews give the pupils a comprehensive overview of the country and its people.

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Slovenia

This DVD offers a clearly structured overview covering the following aspects: Situation in Europe, size and population, regions (Alps, Dinar Mountains, Pannonian Plain, Mediterranean coast), mountains (Julian Alps, Dinar Mountains, Karawanken), landscapes of particular interest (karst mountains, caves, Grottos of Adelsberg, “poljes”, Lake of Cerknica), rivers (Drava, Mur), the climate, history (overview up to today’s form of government, Yugoslavia, Declaration of Independence in 1991), traffic and infrastructure, economic structure, commerce, industrial products (Elan, Revoz-Renault, Gorenje), agriculture, Lipizzaner horses, mining and energy supply, tourism, important cities (Maribor, Celje, Koper), sights, seaside resorts, capital of Ljubljana, traditions, food and drink, language, education, culture and music. High-quality film clips and aerial shots, animated maps, historical film scenes as well as original sound interviews give the pupils a comprehensive overview of the country and its people.

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Czechia

This DVD offers a clearly structured overview covering the following aspects: Situation in Europe, size and population, landscapes (Bohe- mia, Moravia), mountains (Sudetes, Sudeten Mountains, Ore Mountains, Bohemian Forest), rivers (Elbe, Vitava), the climate, history (short overview, traffic, transport and infra- structure, economic structure (agriculture, industry, mining and energy supply), tourism, car industry (Skoda), breweries (Budweis, Pilsen), spas, important cities and sights, capital of Prague, traditions, language, education, food and drink, culture and music. High-quality film clips and aerial shots, animated maps, histo- rical film scenes as well as original sound interviews give the pupils a comprehensive overview of the Czech Republic and its people.

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New York City

A global metropolis of superlatives: the world capital of trade and culture is bustling with 8.1 million people from all nations. Due to its sea port, New York City became increasingly significant in the 19th century, before proceeding to transform into a unique megacity. Formed by immigration and commodity trade, the city today is above all known for its stock exchange, culture, the UN headquarters and its tourist attractions. This didactic DVD offers a clearly structured overview of the city on the east coast of the United States. In the first four chapters, maps and impressive pictures give an overview of the geographical situation of the city, its history and politics as well as education, language and traffic in the metropolis. Important sights and an insight into the lives of its inhabitants can be found in the last chapter. As a special feature, we offer a film from 1967 on New York City. Both films are excellently suited for comparison, on the one hand with respect to the city’s historical development and on the other hand with respect to the presentation on film.

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Venice

Showered with superlatives, Venice is doubtlessly an out- standing city, welcoming up to 15 million tourists annually. But despite the powerful magic it radiates, the city is confronted with seemingly overwhelming problems. Hence, detractors keep talking about a dying city. Is Venice then really the At- lantis of our time? The film published here first of all provides a survey of the most important geographic data of the lagoon city and looks into the question why more than one thousand years ago people settled in this inhospitable environment. The immense wealth of the former maritime republic can still be imagined when looking at the sumptuous architecture of many of its buildings. The DVD examines the various causes responsible for the rise of Venice to the dominating merchant power of the whole Mediterranean region during the Middle Ages. And why did the city lose its importance afterwards? As a special highlight of this DVD, we have included a film on Venice dating back to 1968. The two films are excellently suited for comparison, on the one hand with respect to the city‘s historic development, on the other hand in view of its respective treatment on film.

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