FliP - Regional Food Project


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FliP - Regional Food Project

  1. 1. Cultural Diversity Projectshttp://flipregionalfood.pbworks.comhttp://flip2011.pbworks.compbworks: wikisoftwarefreeversion100 users, 2GBsupportsembedding, pages<br />
  2. 2. Partnership:Cookstown PS, NI, class 7Joanne MurraySt. Patrick‘s High School, Keady, NIPaul LaveryTourismusschulen Bad LeonfeldenGerda WeißHBLA Lentia (fashion, productmanagement)Martin StummerBRG Schloss WagrainHerbert Dutzler<br />
  3. 3. Challenges:<br />Findingpartnersfor English teachers<br /><ul><li>Meaningfulinputfrombothpartners
  4. 4. Curricular challenges</li></li></ul><li>Visits <br />Herbert @ Cookstown PS: PPP on Austrian life had a great impact on the children ~frequently referred to during… & www.cps7animation.pbworks.com<br />Martin @ Cookstown PS: worked with a group of children going on a Spanish Exchange visit ~ valuable & appreciated by parents, teachers & children alike!<br />Cieran McCrumlish @ HBLA Lentia: engaged in interviews with students on cultural aspects of NI<br />
  5. 5. Impact on Learning<br />
  6. 6. http://flipregionalfood.pbworks.com<br />The only problem is that you get stomachache if you eat the Krapfen hot.<br />Our tongues are watering just looking at it.  It looks like a doe nut with sugar on it.<br />
  7. 7. http://flipregionalfood.pbworks.com<br />In the Leberkäsesemmel is Leberkäse, a sort of pasty. In the pasty is beef and pork and a lot of spicery. <br />This snack looks very unusual.  I think we have those bread baps in Northern Ireland.<br />
  8. 8. http://flipregionalfood.pbworks.com<br />On a Grammelschmalz-brot  isn´t  any sugar on it. It must not be wheaten bread, for the Grammelschmalzbrot. What exactly are the wee crispy bits?  They do look scrumptious!<br />
  9. 9. http://flipregionalfood.pbworks.com<br />Most schools would serve Irish stew as a Saint Patrick’s Day meal or just as a meal on any other day. <br />The potatoes are okay, but the meat looks ugly, and it is swimming in a terrible sauce. <br />
  10. 10. http://flipregionalfood.pbworks.com<br />Do you eat Boxty for breakfeast?<br />You can eat boxty anytime you want either morning or night.<br />How many people in your class like Boxty?<br />Absoloutlyno one eats boxty in our classroom even though it tastes really good.<br />
  11. 11. http://flipregionalfood.pbworks.com<br />Between the 3rd and 4th hour we mostly eat “Gabi's Fitnessweckerl”. This is a roll of bread with some salad, ham and cheese in it. Sometimes there are tomatoes and radish in it, too.<br />
  12. 12. http://flipregionalfood.pbworks.com<br />On other days we prefer junk food and sweets like pizza, donuts and other kind of chocolate, but we eat everyday some fruits.<br />
  13. 13. http://flipregionalfood.pbworks.commultimedia contents:<br />
  14. 14. <ul><li>MON: Chicken Crumble or Chicken Casserole, Carrots, Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Fruit, Yoghurt</li></li></ul><li>Impact Pupils’ Learning<br />Surprises along the way?<br />Maturity of responses & online netiquette<br />Desire to share with parents, peers, visitors …<br />Impact of written exchanges & also class visits on the children:<br />Inspired an animation movie about Austria.<br />Herbert & Martin got special mentions in the script!<br />
  15. 15. Impact on Teacher’s Learning<br />ICT Skills (e.g. uploading movies)<br />Personal Skills (learning from other teachers’ approaches)<br />Developing learning across the curriculum. <br />Appropriateness to achieving NI ICT Accreditation <br />Explore / Exchange / Express / Exhibit / Evaluate<br /> Multimedia work / Online collaboration <br />