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Nobel Prize Lessons

Nobel Prize Lessons are reliable and so easy to use, that a teacher can look through the manual, watch the slides, print the texts for students and then start the class. The material is based on well established sources, and point to further reading from the prize-awarding institutions.

The lessons are published within 24 hours of the announcement of each new Nobel Prize.

Find a Swedish version of the lessons here.

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MLA style: Nobel Prize Lessons. NobelPrize.org. Nobel Media AB 2019. Thu. 17 Jan 2019. <https://www.nobelprize.org/education-network-nobel-prize-lessons/>

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This new Nobel Prize Lesson is now available and ready to use in the classroom.

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Nobel Prize Lessons

The 2018 Physics Prize is all about laser technology. Find the lesson about this here.

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The 2018 Chemistry Prize is about methods of producing useful new enzymes and antibodies. Find the lesson here.

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The 2018 Peace Prize has been awarded for efforts to end sexual violence. Find the lesson about this here.

 

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The 2018 Prize in Economic Sciences is about integrating innovation and climate with economic growth. Find the lesson here.

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