Water : Vriend of vijand
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Dit leermiddel zet water centraal als thema.

Er wordt onder andere ingezoomd op:

  • watersport;
  • strijd tegen en om water;
  • historische aantrekkingskracht van water;
  • leven in en rond het water;
  • wetenschappelijke kenmerken van water.

 


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