eTwinning project “Getting to know our surrounding world”
This project started in January 2016 and gave the best opportunity to students from Sweden, Spain and Greece to learn, collaborate, enjoy and cultivate life skills!
We wish to thank the project founders Esperanza Caro from Spain and Karolina Fageus Bergh from Sweden for the invitation and all the project partners pupils and Teachers for the collaboration!!!
The participating students are between 9 to 17 years old.
The language used in the project is Spanish and English. Content: presentations, texts, projects of collaborations, combination of methods and collaboration between the teachers. The project aims at helping the pupils to develop knowledge and skills in Spanish and English, increase their knowledge of history, art, areas and contexts in Spain, Greece and Sweden.
The project aims at helping the pupils to develop knowledge and skills in English and Spanish, to increase their knowledge on history, art and culture in Spain, Greece and Sweden and to learn through the use of different ICT tools. To enable the students to reflect on differences and similarities, to develop knowledge and understanding of different living conditions. The aim is also to help the students feel confidence in their ability to use the languages in different situations (reading, writing, listening, speaking and discussing).
Presentations, texts, projects of collaborations, combination of methods and collaboration between teachers.
• Subject areas that are familiar to the pupils.
• Interests, everyday situations, people and places.
• Images and feelings.
• Daily life and ways of living in different contexts and areas.
• Presentations, instructions, messages, narratives and descriptions in speech, writing and drawing, art creativity.
RESULTS: Creation of different digital presentations (writing, drawing, speaking and discussing).
Students are going to increase confidence and their ability to use foreign languages. The students will be encouraged to collaborate, communicate, to make visible their knowledge and interest in culture, the benefits of cultivating language skills and art values, though twin space pages open to public and blogs created.