Mediterranean rivers St. Pau Apòstol school Tarragona – Spain Who are we? Infoplàstica grouphttp://www.wix.com/pboluda/infoplastica
Two important questionsKF workConclusionsFunny & creative workTime & effort
What is the origin of a legend? Who invented legends?our discussions
• Our community: 20 students (15-16 years old)• 54 notes developed by our students in Knowledge Forum (KF®)• 12 notes from other Catalonian students• 34,21 % density in read notes• 12,1 % built on notes• we worked together and our conclusions are ….
What is the origin of a legend? There are 42 notes about it and our conclusions are : some strange and real facts happened in the past and gave origin to a legend real and fantastic facts are mixed in legends. That is what make legends interesting! as legends were basically orally transmitted, our actual legends have different versions. some legends were transformed into tales Who invented legends? There are 24 notes developing this item. Our conclusions are: there’s not an author, it’s a collective authorship some strange facts generated legends a fantastic part is needed in a legend, but the legend has to be logical and consistent
Our students suggest a new way to create legends: facebook. If you want to investigate it … have a try! We divided our class into 4 groups and we invent new legends about our local river: the Francolí river. If you want to watch them …..http://www.wix.com/pboluda/infoplastica
We dedicated 12 hours to investigate, discuss in KF and make conclusions. We worked 12 more hours to invent 4 different legends, illustrate them and record 4 videos.
Thank you very much! Yours sincerely; St. Pau school Tarragona - Spain