eTwinning project plan


Name of the    Group 4 Knowing European schools
project:
Partners:       fcsg66@gmail.com
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Working          Team work, Little Projects, drama, pair work, collaboration, exchange of ideas
methods:        through Vi...
January 2011 presentations or even short video clips




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  1. 1. eTwinning project plan Name of the Group 4 Knowing European schools project: Partners: fcsg66@gmail.com rocamtnor@gmail.com - Rose-anne Camilleri annasz71@gmail.com - Anna Szczepaniak Details: Age of the pupils: 4,5, 6, 7, 8 years old and... Used language: English Duration: 9 months School type: Public Institution Short Students exchange knowlegde about each others school life including timetables, description: festivals and traditions celebrated at school and in their respective countries, schools themselves, a legend or a fairy tale as a play. Goals: - To share experiences between European countries. - To know different ways of working in different countries. - To get to know different cultures. - To develop ICT skills. - To encourage collaboration through Web2.0 tools ICT tools: PowerPoint, Animoto, Slideshare, Diigo, blogs, PhotoStory, Audacity, Podcasts. WIKI Pedagogical Interdisciplinarity, Interculturality, Changing of european experiences, Integration basis: of these topics into the curriculum using ICT as a tool and resource.
  2. 2. Working Team work, Little Projects, drama, pair work, collaboration, exchange of ideas methods: through Video Conferencing eTwinning project timetable Time / period Task description – tools to be used Responsible person(s) September Getting to know each other - students take photos, write short 2010 text about themselves using Powerpoint or Impress. October - Sharing of class timetables, class trips (generally class life in -November each country) 2010 December - Sharing Christmas traditions in each country by sending 2010 - Christmas cards/ecards - taking photos and making
  3. 3. January 2011 presentations or even short video clips February - 1. Drama - preparing a play with one national or regional legend or fairy tale - making a film March 2011 2. Taking photos of an activity and creating a photostory. April - May - Easter and Mother's Day traditions in our countries - making 2011 greetings cards, presentations and podcasts.

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