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Presentazione12 06

  1. 1. Comenius P r oj e ct C i t i e s o f E u r o p e.... Ye s t e r d a y , To d a y , To m o r r o w 2 0 0 9 -2 0 1 1 Rome 1
  2. 2. Participating Schools • Carl-Zeiss-Oberschule Berlin • Liceo Ginnasio Statale “Augusto” Roma • IES “Joan Brossa” Barcelona • Liceo Scientifico Statale “Michelangelo” Cagliari 2
  3. 3. WHAT IS A COMENIUS PROJECT? Multilateral Comenius school partnerships are cross-curricular projects that involve at least three schools or colleges from at least three European countries. They enable staff and students to work together with partners in other Comenius eligible countries for the duration of the two year partnership. In addition to learning more about other cultures and gaining an insight into other teaching practices, participating staff report increased enthusiasm and motivation from colleagues and children alike, often resulting in raised standards across the curriculum. The benefits to the school include valuable opportunities for staff and students to work together, develop focused approaches to problem-solving, and build pedagogical The theme that students from programmes. Pupils and students also have Barcelona, Berlin, Cagliari and Rome the possibility of visiting their partner are explored, contains aspects of institutions through the funding available. history, urban development, architecture, social change in the districts and the city centre as well as mobility and sustainability. Hence the project promotes a conscious experience of urban space and the intercultural dialogue while carrying out on-site research. Through a European exchange different city structures are explored and compared so that the students not only get to know different city structures but they also analyze their own urban background and build up a critical view on it. Developing a common idea of a “European city of the future” allows the students to relate their own opinions and ideas to ideas and values of others. 3
  4. 4. Meeting • Berlin October 2009 • Rome February 2010 • Barcelona May 2010 • Cagliari October 2010 • Barcelona March 2011 • Berlin May 2011 4
  5. 5. ROME: URBAN DEVELOPMENT - PAST RomanAge According to legend Rome was founded in 753 BC on seven hills. The greatest urban and monumental development occurred under the Empire. Middle Ages After the fall of the Holy Roman Empire the city headed towards decline. Depopulation and abandonment greatly reduced the number of inhabitants who concentrated near the river banks. Reign of Popes In 15th -17th centuries Rome regained some of its former lustre thanks to the papacy. Many popes engaged in 5 improving the city as a mark of their power.
  6. 6. ROME: URBAN DEVELOPMENT - PRESENT Italian unification (1880–1910) After the unification Rome became the capital of Italy. This implied a proper urban revolution. New public buildings were made such as Palazzo di Giustizia and the Altare della Patria with the unknown soldier. Fascism (1922-1945) Important additions were made: Via dell'Impero (now Via dei Fori Imperiali), Via della Conciliazione in front of S.Peter’s (most of the old Borgo was destroyed), new districts ( EUR, Cinecittà and, on the coast, Ostia). 2nd Half of 20th century Rome hosted the 1960 Olympics.Many new 6 structures were created, a new Olympic Stadium, the Olimpic Village to host athletes later redeveloped as a residential districts.
  7. 7. Rome: Architecture Yesterday Foro Romano San Pietro Liceo Augusto Roma Date: ‘500 Artist: Bramante Place: Città del Vaticano Date: 600 a. C. Artist: Kings of Rome Circo Massimo Architecture: Place: Colle del Renaissance Comenius Project 2010 Campidoglio Architecture: Roman Date: 103 a.C. Artist: Traiano Villa delle Colosseo Place: Between Platino and Aventino Vignacce Architecture: Roman Date: II sec a. C Date: 80 d.C. Artist: Quinto Servilio Artist: Nerone Place: Place: Colle Oppio 7 Parco degli acquedotti Architecture: Roman
  8. 8. ROME:ARCHITECTURE TODAY San Pietro Palazzaccio Date: 1629 Artist: Gian Lorenzo Date: 1888 - 1911 Bernini Artist: Guglielmo Place: Città del Vaticano Calderini Architecture: Place: Piazza dei Renaissance an d FARNESINA Tribunali Baroque Architecture: Baroque Date: 1959 Villa Colosseo Artist Del Debbio, Pamphilj Foschini and Morpurgo Quadrato Place: Foro Italico Architecture: Fascist Date: 1943 Date: 1652 Artist: Artist: Algardi- Guerrini, Romano Grimaldi La Padula Place: Gianicolo Place: Eur Architecture:Baroque Architecture:Fascist 8
  9. 9. MOBILITY IN ROME Underground Yearly quantities of air pollution ! Lenght: ! Stations: ! Meeting point: 36,5 km 48 Stazione 88 t. from private vehicles A 27stations connecting 191 t. from mopeds Liceo Augusto Roma the South-East and the 358 t. from North-West. commercial vehicles 59 t. from public 22 stations transport connecting the South and the North – It will be ready in December 2015. 1 ticket costs ! 1 Comenius Project 2010 Buses 23 km/h Average speed of car There are ATAC manages a 955 vehicles network of 2760 for 1000 9 buses and 339 citizens.
  10. 10. MIGRATION Immigration is one of the most important problems in ROME. IMMIGRANTS ‘JOBS Migration is the transfer of groups of people to another country, different from the original one. 80% of immigrants have a job or a commercial Political Religious Personal activity. According motivatione motivations motivations to the rusults of a survey condocted Work Economical by GFK-Eurisko Causes of motivations foreign citizens in migration Italy take an SCHOOL: MORE NUMEROUS Criminal Natural active part in our ETHNIC GROUPS motivations disasters 4% economy. Sentimental To reach the retirement Education motivations 20% 33% Places where immigrants are concentrated : Flaminio, Termini, Esquilino and 21% Tuscolana. 23% Albanians Moroccans Romanians Asians Ecuadorians Moroccans Filipinos Asians Prominent Chinese Nationalities Poles Romanians Tuscolana 10
  11. 11. Culture And Entertainment ! ! ! ! ..Enjoyment, Education, Experiences.. Liceo Augusto Roma!! ! Rome has all the ! facilities you could ! wish for….. • Over 250 museums ! and art galleries ! • More than 35 theatres ! • Nearly 300 ! cinemas • Over 1800 bars ! and pubs ! • Abut 300 clubs …….and much more! ! ! EYE JOY – MUSEUMS FOOD FOR THOUGHT JUST FOR FUN – ! AND ART GALLERIES –THEATRE, MUSIC BARS, CLUBS, ! Rome is the cradle of Rome has a long history DISCOS ! Culture and the Arts. in theatre, one of the In Rome there is a Museums are mostly chief and best very big choice of ! situated in the city centre, entertainment venues. places to have fun: Comeniu project 2010 so easily reachable by Main Theatres are: cinemas, clubs and public transport. discos.At night the districts in the city • TEATRO • CAPITOLINE MUSEUM centre are the best. DELL'OPERA • VATICAN MUSEUM • AUDITORIUM • VILLA BORGHESE PARCO DELLA • MUSEUM PALA-EXPO Percentage of Affluence MUSICA • MAXXI • ACCADEMIA DI in Roman Museums SANTA CECILIA • ACCADEMIA FILARMONICA 3% 16% 35% 15% 5% 26% Campo de 'Fiori is the meeting Vatican Museums point for young people: in the Capitoline Museums square there are many pubs, MAXXI 11 particularly American, where you Pala-Expo can sit talking until the closing Villa Borghese time (around 2 am).
  12. 12. OUR SCHOOL: GRAMMAR SCHOOL “AUGUSTO” LICEO AUGUSTO ROMA COMENIUS PROJECT 2010 The school is well-known for its international project. In our school The last three students have to years there is an attend 28 hours a addition of four week the first two hours with phisic years and 32 the last and science. three years. 12
  13. 13. Comenius Augusto Group Eleonora Di Pinto Andrea Costumato Federica Olivieri Giordana Menichelli Cecilia Budoni Giorgia Botti Monica Boccuzzi Maria Francesca Mauriello Valeria Cangemi Lorenzo Tosti Giulia Micaloni Marina Dente Bianca Falcone Stefano Catania Sara Esposito Claudio Quaranta Silvia Colasanti Marina Dibitonto Livia Loprete Carlotta Stacchini Elettra Quadrini Chiara Di Silvio Eleonora Lombardi Claudia Di Ruscio Simona Sinisi 13

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