SOREA Daniela, HELEREA Elena, LELUŢIU Laura, NECHITA Florin
History. Memory. Orality An ACT Handbook Active Telling, Active Learning

 
  ISTORIE
   
  978‐606‐37‐0692‐9
  2019
 
  E-BOOK INTEGRAL
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REZUMAT: The idea of the ACT (Active Telling, Active Learning – The EFC project to the active sensibilisation of the young generations towards the cruelty of the WWII) project was salutary. It was presented a little later than it should have in relation to the topic. But it is all the more salutary. The presence of the survivors of the Second World War is increasingly less accessible and memories, of them and about them, are becoming less available to us. Even in the collective memory of Europeans, the experience of war fades away. Under the bombardment of media, the past seems to fade faster than we can understand. This is where good ideas, like the one that coagulated the ACT project, coming. Unlearned lessons are meant to be repeated. The lesson of war is one that we would not want to repeat. That is the reason why the idea is salutary. It is a cordial opportunity to recover some useful lessons.
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