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Master Thesis

Patrimoine et éducation au développement

Abstract : Environmental protection is now becoming essential to pay attention to forcing the water conservation, soil fertility, biodiversity, reforestation, organic approaches. The basic diet is at risk due to climate changes, rising food needs, soaring food prices and loss of agricultural skills. We assist in Guadeloupe in the disappearance of heritage that constitutes the knowledge of plants Creole garden. Today, children have little or no them. The disappearance of the Creole garden is not only the loss of plant and food heritage, but also the loss of know-how and attitudes in relation to their own environment and their own health.
This thesis aims to find ways to allow students cycle 3:
- To act on their environment, observing and understanding the Creole garden
- To become aware of the rich biodiversity of Guadeloupe and its fragility
- To encourage the expression of enrichment by lexicon
- To store the plant heritage of Guadeloupe
It is the presentation of my thoughts on the question: "What heritage, here Creole garden, can it be a teaching tool in the Education Service to sustainable development? "
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Aurélia Zammit. Patrimoine et éducation au développement. Education. 2015. ⟨dumas-01193402⟩



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