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Saturday morning workshops
Saturday morning workshops
Saturday morning workshops
Saturday morning workshops
Saturday morning workshops
Saturday morning workshops
Saturday morning workshops
Saturday morning workshops
Saturday morning workshops
Saturday morning workshops
Saturday morning workshops
Saturday morning workshops
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Saturday morning workshops

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  • 1. Cooperative strategies in the classroom
  • 2. W2:Cooperative strategies in the classroom
    What is our aim today?
    Plan an eTwinning project
    Find a partner
    Choose a subject
    Establish the aims
    Plan some activities
    Expected results
    Present your project idea
    Prepare final presentation
  • 3. W 2: Cooperative strategies in the classroom
    … link people around the world!
  • 4. W2:Cooperative strategies in the classroom
    Some eTwinning project ideas…
    Talking Through Time
    “War detectives” – pupils invited local veterans, grandparents and community members to share their memories.
    How Did We Get Here? Stories of Migration
    The project involves inviting a network of classes from schools to study together the migration of people, who have left their birthplace and have travelled to other parts of their own country or abroad for a multitude of different reasons to gain a better understanding of the reasons for emigration/ immigration and their impact on society.
  • 5. W2:Cooperative strategies in the classroom
    Some advice…
    Thinking about some subjects that pupils would like to develop.
    Integrate students knowledge about other countries / peoples and topics they would like to explore.
    Disseminate the project in the school.
    Inform parents about the project and the roles they can play to get involved in.
  • 6. W2:Cooperative strategies in the classroom
    Some advice…
    Create a blog, a forum or a space of communication so the students can tell their expectations about the project.
    Divide students into pairs or mixed groups to ensure that every student has a partner.
    Make the students’ meeting possible through a chat or videoconference, photos, common references (football players, singers, etc).
  • 7. W2:Cooperative strategies in the classroom
    What is the limit to plan aneTwinning project?
    … your creativity!
  • 8. W2:Cooperative strategies in the classroom
    First step…
    … find a partner.
  • 9. W2:Cooperative strategies in the classroom
    Plan an eTwinning project
    20 minutes
  • 10. W2:Cooperative strategies in the classroom
    Present your project
    15 minutes
  • 11. W2:Cooperative strategies in the classroom
    Final presentation
    10 minutes

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