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Classroom Activities

You and your students can decide for yourselves in what way, and for how long you want to work on the WCP Program.

Some schools work on it over several weeks or months in a variety of subjects, integrated in regular subjects. Others work in a more condensed way over a shorter period. You can make use of the program in your ordinary teaching, with The Globe magazine and various digital WCP platforms as your starting point. We give some examples of exercises and activities here.

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