The Association for Science Education

Languages

The topics are always provided in English together with versions in several other languages. The file structure may vary from language to language. 

The translations have been carried out by science teachers so that they take into account variations in the curriculum and different classroom contexts from country to country. In all versions the Exchange Form is the same so that the reported findings are easily compared.

The programme provides many of the learning opportunities that are central to effective language learning. The topics encourage young people to communicate now with other people in other countries about issues that are relevant to their lives.

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All topics are available in English. There are files in the eLibrary in these languages:

  • Arabic -  Eating and Drinking, Chemistry in Our Lives, Drinking Water
  • Bulgarian - Acid Rain, What did you eat?
  • Chinese - Chemistry in Our Lives, Drinking Water, Talking About Genetics
  • Dutch - Eating and Drinking, Plants and Me, Biodiversity Around Us, Talking About Genetics
  • French – Acid Rain, Domestic Waste, Keeping Healthy, What did you eat?
  • German - Acid Rain, Chemistry in Our Lives, Domestic Waste, Keeping Healthy, Plants in our lives, Talking About Genetics, What did you eat?
  • Hungarian - Eating and Drinking
  • Italian - Acid Rain, Chemistry in Our Lives, Domestic Waste, Keeping Healthy, What did you eat?
  • Korean - Chemistry in Our Lives, Drinking Water, Talking About Genetics
  • Portuguese - Acid Rain, Chemistry in Our Lives, Domestic Waste, Keeping Healthy, What did you eat?
  • Russian - Talking About Genetics
  • Spanish - Acid Rain, Chemistry in Our Lives, Domestic Waste, Keeping Healthy, Plants in our lives, Talking About Genetics, What did you eat?
  • Ukrainian - Chemistry in Our Lives, Domestic Waste, Keeping Healthy