Peugeot grew to be a diversified company producing kitchen appliances, metal warehouse fixtures, hydraulic equipment, automobiles, motorcycles and, of course, bicycles.
After there are comments on every flip chart, the teacher walks to each one and talks a bit about one or two of the responses.If you run out of time, you can conduct the debriefing during the next session.There’s no discounting the importance of the first day of class.What happens that day sets the tone for the rest of the course.While the primary emphasis is on the PX-10E, we welcome information on other classic Peugeots.
Check back with us for updates as we gather data on this most outrageously French of all bicycles! The more we learn about these bicycles, the less willing we are to make hard and fast statements about them.First Day Graffiti – This is an adaptation of an activity proposed by Barbara Goza in the in 1993.Flip charts with markers beneath are placed around the classroom. Here are a few examples: “I learn best in classes where the teacher ___” “Students in courses help me learn when they ___” “I am most likely to participate in classes when ___” “Here’s something that makes it hard to learn in a course: ___” “Here’s something that makes it easy to learn in a course: ___” Students are invited to walk around the room and write responses, chatting with each other and the teacher as they do.Sources include numerous collectors on the Internet-BOB and Cycles de Oro classic lightweights newslists, as well as numerous purveyors of vintage bicycles including Dale Brown of cycles de ORO, Jim Cunningham of Cycl Art, and Mike Kone of Bicycle Classics.Much of the data on Peugeots after 1978 is taken from Chuck Schmidt's compilation of Peugeot catalogs, available through Velo-Retro.Outlined below are a few novel activities for using that first day of class to emphasize the importance of learning and the responsibility students share for shaping the classroom environment.