Laura benadiba is a member of Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them. 0 references. country of citizenship · Argentina. 0 references. given name · Laura. 0 references. date of birth. 26 June 0 references. Laura Benadiba. Oral History as a Methodological Tool to Enable Students to. Appropriate Their Own Recent Past. Words and Silences, Vol 6, No 1. December .

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To integrate curricular projects of local emphasis with the need to understand more general social processes, in a national and world scale.

About project SlidePlayer Terms of Service. For permissions, Please e-mail: Abstract This article describes the Argentina—Catalonia Project, a collaborative secondary school oral history project based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Tarragona, Spain. Download ppt “The use of oral sources in the teaching of Social Sciences Prof.

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On the Other Foot: The persistence of silence is examined from the testimonies of those who lived through the dictatorial regimes, and the process of engaging students in the recovery of the past is explored in depth.


The teaching of history must allow students develop critical consciousness of their social surroundings, without feeling historical knowledge as something alien to them. What and how do we ask? What are we looking for in an interview? Elizabeth Bird and Fraser Ottanelli. Research will be carried out in the world closest to him His familyHis neighborhood His town. Personal Accounts of 14 Americans, — and — review Erin M. What and how do we listen? Allow students overcome their difficulty to handle time spans.

The purpose of the project is to engage high school benadibq in an exploration of the persistence of silence that exists in contemporary Argentina and Spain concerning the impact of dictatorship on everyday life. To use this website, you must agree to our Privacy Policyincluding cookie policy.

No Room of Her Benadoba Articles, book and film reviews, and bibliographies deal brnadiba the authentication of human experience and research findings in oral history. Close mobile search navigation Article navigation.

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All of the above will contribute to the creation of a regional memory.

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This journal considers a broad spectrum of different social groups, cultures, and countries through the use of interviews, songs, photos, diagrams, and storytelling. To come up with a work project that captures the complexity and richness of social reality. Nowhere to Be Home: Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.

Its contribution, missed opportunities? This article describes the Argentina—Catalonia Project, a collaborative secondary school oral history project based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Tarragona, Spain.

But the principle remains the same: Suzanne Gatt University of Malta. Must contribute to the development of a sense of historical awareness that will result in the making of conscious, aware and active citizens.