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A presentation of a possible etwinning project

A presentation of a possible etwinning project

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  • 1. eTwinning Learning Labs
    • Exploiting Web 2.0 - eTwinning and Collaboration
    • VALENTINA CUADRADO. GROUP 23
  • 2. eTwinning Project plan
    • SPECIAL EVENTS IN MY COUNTRY
  • 3. Partners
      • Gaizutienė Laima (Lithuania)
    • ; Hjelen Borgny (Norway)
    • Aneta Szadziewska ( Poland)
    • ; Mariana Radulescu (Romania)
    •   Valentina Cuadrado (Spain)
  • 4. Details
      • Age of pupils: 13-15
      • Language: English
      • Duration: 3 months
      • School: Secondary
  • 5. Short description
    • the most important events in our countries.
    • customs and traditions as European.
    • similarities and differences among countries.
    • sharing information as friends
  • 6. Goals
    • motivating pupils
    • understanding the importance of English
    • improving ICT skills
    • showing pride in European citizenship
    • representing the new generation
  • 7. ICT tools
    • Movie Maker
    • Google Docs, Slideshare, Power Point
    • You Tube
    • Blogger
    • Audacity
    • Wikispaces
    • Animoto, Jigsaw.
  • 8. Pedagogical Basis
    • Project based teaching
  • 9. Working methods
    • groups in countries
    • mixed groups with partners
    • frequent communication
    • active participation
    • creative use of tools
  • 10. Timetable
    • Week 1 & 2: Getting to know each other.
    • Week 3 & 4: National Events
    • Week 5 & 6: Special and Unique Events
    • Week 7 & 8: Old Events & Today’s treatment
    • Week 9 & 10: Borrowed Events.
    • Week 11 & 12: Expositions, feedback, evaluation and certificates.