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cross-curricular

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Definition of cross-curricular in English:

adjective

British
Involving curricula in more than one educational subject: the majority of schools adopted a cross-curricular and thematic approach
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  • Literature is an easy, affordable, multidimensional, cross-curricular way to both educate teens about the world and allow them to learn about themselves and their pretensions in a safe and productive way.
  • But we have hardly begun to equip ourselves or our children with the sophisticated subject-specialised, cross-curricular education that will be needed for such a conversation.
  • Another idea would be to use a history assignment for a cross-curricular approach.

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