Azteca-nahua Cultural Knowledge


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Autumn Term 2010:
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We’ve been successfully recruiting new team members (principally Debs and Jimena). Come and join us!
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Due to pressure of work we only update our online calendar from time to time. Last update: 30/7/10
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If you’re teaching the Aztecs...

... read on! Our core work is team visits (full Aztecs presentation, ‘Snakes and Lizards’ team challenge on the Aztec Calendar, Q&A sessions, and more...) to, and live interactive videoconferencing with, schools and museums both on the Aztecs/Mexica (KS2: World History - Study of a past society - and the QCA Scheme for History ‘What can we find out about the Aztec civilisation from what has survived’) and on Mexico Today (KS1: Geography). But that’s just the start...


Mexicolore Aztecs workshop
Team visits
To find out more, follow the links on the right hand side. In ‘Our flagship programme’ you’ll find info on what we cover in our main Aztecs presentation, as well as links to a slideshow, a brief video clip and a downloadablebrochure. To see and read testimonials from teachers and pupils on Mexicolore team visits, both recent and from years ago, click on Feedback (left hand panel) and then on Testimonials. To find a list of all schools we’ve ever worked in (and when), click on ‘Schools that we’ve visited’ (right hand panel, this page)

Aztec workshop by Mexicolore in the British Museum
Our Aztecs/Mexica website
This site is constantly checked, added to, updated and revised. You can make suggestions/comments by going to our Feedback page (see left). Based in London, UK, you’ll find links to an exceptional range of formal institutions and informal groups, each with some area of expertise on the Aztecs, many of which are perfectly suitable for children to explore. Note that we have our own Aztecs for Kids microsite (click on Kids at the very top of this page): this is packed not just with activities for children but with very carefully researched - and illustrated - information on the Aztecs. Try it out for yourself!


http://www.mexicolore.co.uk/index.php?one=azt&two=ser  


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