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Estudio sobre espacios urbanos del área de Santiago. ...

Estudio sobre espacios urbanos del área de Santiago.
1º Premio de Innovación educativa 2010, na categoría de Plurilingüísmo, da Consellería de Educación da xunta de Galicia.

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  • GRANXA DO XESTO

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  • 1. RECLAIMED URBAN LANDSCAPE RITA AMIGO SEISDEDOS MERCEDES ESPIÑO AMIL ENCARNA OTERO CEPEDA MARGARITA SMYTH CHAMOSA
  • 2.
    • IES Eduardo Pondal. Santiago Compostela
    • CURSO 2009-2010
    • RITA AMIGO SEISDEDOS
    • MERCEDES ESPIÑO AMIL
    • MARGARITA SMYTH CHAMOSA
    • ENCARNA OTERO CEPEDA
    RECLAIMED URBAN LANDSCAPE
  • 3.
    • RIVERS
    • GARDENS
    • MULTIPLE USAGE
    • TANNERIES
    • ALLOTMENTS
    • OAK WOOK
    • SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
    RECLAIMED URBAN LANDSCAPE
  • 4. Granxa do Xesto RIO SARELA RIO TAMBRE RIO SAR GRANXA DO XESTO PARQUE DA ALMÁCIGA FINCA VISTA ALEGRE CARBALLEIRA DE NEMENZO HORTAS DE BELVÍS CURTIDURIA DE VIDÁN SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
  • 5. AIMS
    • 1.- To learn English in a different way using CLIL and outside-doors.
    • 2.- To learn to value and respect Reclaimed Urban Landscape.
    • 3.- To get to know their town better through a different language in a CLIL approach.
    • 4.- To use IT as a tool in their learning process.
  • 6. 1.- RIVERS
    • SARELA
    • SAR
  • 7. Recovery of Sar and Sarela Rivers
    • Aims:
    • 1.- Improve footpaths and show places of historical interest: Old mills, tanneries and washing places.
    • 2.- Bring people closer to rivers and their heritage.
  • 8.  
  • 9. Restored places in green Cleaning & Clearing in Sarela and Sar Rivers
  • 10. From Bridge to Bridge across The Sarela River
  • 11. RECOVERY OF SARELA RIVER
  • 12. WALKING IN THE SARELA RIVER
  • 13. WALKING IN THE SARELA RIVER
  • 14. Sar River in Ponte Pereda (October 2009)
  • 15. Sar River in Conxo (October 2009)
  • 16. Litter in Sar River. Conxo
  • 17. 2.- GARDENS
    • Granxa do Xesto
    • Black Forest
    • Almáciga Park
  • 18. GRANXA DO XESTO
  • 19. GRANXA DO XESTO
    • 82.000 m2 on Mt Pedroso hillside
    • Pedestrian paths and bicycle tracks
    • Flora: Chestnut trees, Oak trees, Pine trees, Hazelnut trees, Wild roses, Broom
    • Artificial pools
  • 20. Walking in the Granxa do Xesto
  • 21.  
  • 22. The pool in the Granxa do Xesto
  • 23. Almáciga Mount Park
    • A superb view of the city on its summit.
    • Flora : Blackberries, Magnolias, Oregon Pine trees, Himalayan Cedar trees
    • Pools with a great variety of plants
  • 24. Monte de Deus Look-out
  • 25. snowing in almáciga mount park
  • 26. In the Almáciga Mount Park
  • 27. 3.- Multiple usage Vista Alegre Park Old Simeon´s House in the Vista Alegre Park
  • 28. Vista Alegre Park
    • Flora : Pear trees, Apple trees, Orange trees, Camellias and Palm trees.
    • The Old colonial house was transformed into Casa de Europa. A Hall of Residence for visiting University Professors.
    • New Modern Buildings such as: Music College, Further Studies College or Authors and Publishers House.
  • 29. Authors and Publishers House in the Vista Alegre Park
  • 30. MUSICAL FURTHER STUDIES COLLEGE
  • 31. Casa de Europa (Hall of Residence for guest Professors at USC)
  • 32. Center for Advanced Studies of USC
  • 33. 4.- Tanneries Old Tannery transformed into Residential places, museum and hotel .
  • 34.
    • Transformed Tannery:
    • IN VIDÁN: BRANDÍA HOTEL
    • IN BELVÍS: ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH CENTRE
  • 35. 5.- Allotments
    • Allotments in Belvís Park
  • 36. Council Allotments In Belvís Park
    • AIMS:
    • Aimed at citizens and retired people
    • 29 allotments. 60m2 each.
    • Encouraging people to use organic farming and become eco-friendly.
  • 37. Crops in the allotmens in Belvís Park
  • 38.  
  • 39.  
  • 40. CROPS
    • Classified by
    • - Roots: carrots, beetroot, potatoes, garlic, onions…
    • - Leaves: cabbage, turnip leaves, lettuce, Swiss chard, spinach, escarole…
    • - Seeds or Fruit: Tomato, pepper, aubergine, pumpkin, beans, peas...
    • - Herbs and Spices: Basil, oregano, parsley, sage, thyme, lavender, mint, lemon balm, rosemary…
  • 41. Allotments in the Belvís Park
  • 42. Crops in the allotments
  • 43. Walking in the Belvís Park
  • 44. New projects for new allotments
    • AIMS: To allow the elders to use public places to do gardening and open-air markets.
    • Brañas de Sar : for the coming years 2011 or 2012.
    • As Hortas : They have been preserved since 1941 for farming use only, for the year 2012.
  • 45. 6.- Oak Woods OAK WOODS IN NEMENZO
  • 46. Oak woods in Nemenzo
    • Located north of the Municipality of Santiago
    • 7.450 square meters
    • Reclaimed in August 2009
  • 47. Old oakwood in Nemenzo
  • 48.
    • Teachers:
    • Rita Amigo Seisdedos
    • Margarita Smyth Chamosa
    • Encarna Otero Cepeda
    • Mercedes Espiño Amil
    • Alumnado:
    • 3º ESO
    • 1º BACH
  • 49. IES EDUARDO PONDAL , a highschool that bet COMPOSTELA FOR A LIVING Santiago, June 2010