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Educational program

Educational program for schools in New Brunswick offered by the Musée acadien de l’Université de Moncton (Acadian Museum)

 

This educational program has been available to schools throughout the province of New Brunswick for more than 12 years. Recently, the Acadian Museum has completed a full revision of its educational program so that it meets the changes of the educational environment.

This program offers a variety of workshops based on historical facts as well as objects from the museum’s collection accompanied by a PowerPoint presentation and related to the classroom curriculums outcomes in the schools of New Brunswick. In addition to being offered in the official language of your choice, the workshops are enriched with old Acadian words. Most of these workshops last 45 to 60 minutes. There are also interactive activities that can accompany the workshop of your choice. These workshops can be offered in the classroom or at the Acadian Museum. 

Here is a list of the available workshops:
• Playtime! – Old Toys (Kindergarten to Grade 4)
• Acadian Ingenuity (Grades 5 and 6)
• Visual Perspective of the Acadian Expulsion (Grades 11 and 12)
• Museology and its Sub-Functions (Grade 4)
• We All Have a Musical Side! – Music in Acadie (Grades 3 to 8)
• Sail Away! – Fishing in Acadie (Grades 3 to 5)
• My Turn at the Bell! – Schooldays of yesteryear (Grades 3 and 4)
• A Day’s Adventure, Pack on my Back! – Daily life in Acadie (Kindergarten and Grade 1)
• Oranges at the General Store – Christmas of the past (Kindergarten to Grade 3) (at the museum only)

A full description of each workshop of this educational program is available the via this link.

For more information concerning the workshops and visits or to make a reservation, please contact us at 506-858-4088 or maum@umoncton.ca

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