Spanish children visit the 'Ciudad de las Artes y de las Ciencias', a museum in Valencia. The building was designed by the world-famous architect Santiago Calatrava. Inside the children investigate the fascinating and educational exhibits and learn about the world around us.

This clip is from:
Being Spanish
First broadcast:
20 March 2009

This clip could be used as a starting point for a research project into the Science and Art Museum in Valencia. Students could investigate what other types of exhibits are on show at the museum and then produce a fact sheet about it in Spanish. Students could come up with a schematic for their own inventions and art projects as if they were going to present them to the museum. Students could take turns showing their designs to one another in groups and explaining the function or purpose of their designs in Spanish.