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Lausanne 2020 Project

With Lausanne gearing itself up to host the 2020 Winter Youth Olympic Games, our Grade 9 students are bringing this important event into the classroom as inspiration for a new inter-disciplinary project on the theme of sustainable urbanism and the Olympics.

  • Projet « Lausanne 2020 »

Over the next few weeks, 9th grade students will work in project teams to propose sites and ideas for the sustainable urban regeneration of Lausanne in preparation for the games. In doing so, students will have the opportunity to apply their knowledge and understanding of urban regeneration and sustainable development in a real context. In Art class, students will apply artistic competencies while developing the creative elements of their work.

To launch this exciting new project, all 9th grade students and their class teachers visited the Olympic Museum to look for ideas and inspiration relating to urban regeneration for Olympic events. Using their iPads, students took pictures of examples and created a collage of ideas to help them guide the rest of their project work. We will now work on the project proposal and present our work to the school community at the end of May. Watch this space!

 

For further information about this project, please visit our class webpage: www.geo41.com/lausanne-2020/

 

Matthew Roberts, Céline Terrasson, Sonia Denoix
Geography teachers