Christmas in our countries

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Christmas in our countries

  1. 1. eTwinning project plan Silver group Alessandra Livia Inga Giuseppina Nick Magda CHRISTMAS IN OUR COUNTRIES
  2. 2. Partners: Slovakia Italy Latvia Romania Age of the pupils: 15 - 18             Language: English             Duration: 6 weeks (November - December)             School type: secondary
  3. 3. GOALS Getting acquainted with Christmas traditions in other countries; comparing traditions from cultures different from ours; finding the link between cultural context and different ways to express feelings and emotions concerning Christmas; improving interest and respect towards cultural diversities. using ICT tools to create presentations and/or interactive posters; practising a foreign language
  4. 4. Pedagogical basis: - project work - collaborative learning - critical thinking - crosscurricular approach - active learning
  5. 5. ICT tools: twinspace: forum, blog,wiki video (Voicethread, GoAnimate); Glogster
  6. 6. Working methods: 1. students get to know each other using a forum on the Twinspace 2. students start a blog on the Twinspace where they illustrate how Christmas is usually celebrated in their country and in their schools; 3. students start a blog where they express their Christmas wishes; they also produce their own Christmas wishes postcards. 4. students use a wiki on the twinspace in order to write about Christmas in their country - traditions, usage, recipes;
  7. 7. 5. their partners add comments to the wikis and ask questions 6. students collect all the information they get from the wikis and prepare a video or an interactive poster - glog - in order to illustrate what they have learnt; 7. students comment on blogs or on a forum the work they have done 8. the students’ works are published on the twinspace

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