180 degrees debate (Swedish department)

The teacher provides a number of (very clear, black&white: e.g. ‘we don’t need a monarchy’, ‘pineapple on pizza is delicious’, things like that) propositions. Two students start the debate, one of them is pro, the other con. Then after some time, the teachers rings a bell (or simply announces) and they swith their point of view immediately, a 180 degrees. The one pro becomes con, and vice versa. They continue the debate in their new role. After a few minutes, two new students get a new proposition and start their debate.

Group work action plan (English department)

The goal of the task is for students to reflect on their role as a group member, to form groups based on complementary preferences and skillsets, to discuss their preferences with their group, and to come up with an action plan (final product) for the group project in which guidelines and a rough timetable for the project are described. The aim of the action plan is also to identify potential challenges for the group as well as ways to navigate these challenges.

Quiz on ecology (French department)

The students need to acquire knowledge and data following the film studied (Demain) and their own reasearches on the topic of ecology and the future. The final product is a quiz on kahoot. Groups of students present their discoveries by creating a quiz on kahoot that their classmates need to answer. After each question answered, the presenting students offer a feedback with an explanation based on their research so that they can share to others what they have learned; and the rest of the class can learn while having fun.