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ENCUENTRO
DE
COORDINADORES
27 – 30 OCTUBRE 2011
ALTENTREPTOW
(ALEMANIA)
Comenius 2011-2013
Coordinator's meeting at KGS
Altentreptow on Oct 27 - 30, 2011
1. Dates of the European weeks
Jan 29, 2...
2. How to start the project at each school
- introducing the Comenius project to teachers (at teachers’
conference) and st...
3. Preparation for the first European week in Altentreptow
- Germans prepare mini-lessons for the European week in
Altentr...
Responsibilities and first results
- Altentreptow gives green light for the 1st European week
by Nov 11, 2011
- All school...
- All schools are to start the logo
competition at once
- Each school votes for the best 3 logos
and brings those ones to ...
• 5. Programme of the European week in Altentreptow
- Workshops on learning the language of the country you stay in
carryi...
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Comenius Colegio Labor - Reunión de coordinadores en Alltentreptow

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Comenius Colegio Labor - Reunión de coordinadores en Alltentreptow

  1. 1. ENCUENTRO DE COORDINADORES 27 – 30 OCTUBRE 2011 ALTENTREPTOW (ALEMANIA)
  2. 2. Comenius 2011-2013 Coordinator's meeting at KGS Altentreptow on Oct 27 - 30, 2011 1. Dates of the European weeks Jan 29, 2012 – Feb 4 European week in Altentreptow April 14, 2012 – 21 April, 2012 European week in Jöhvi Sep 15, 2012 – Sep 22, 2012 European week in Koszalin
  3. 3. 2. How to start the project at each school - introducing the Comenius project to teachers (at teachers’ conference) and students (in classes) - recruting a group of pupils who is willing to work on the project and take part in a European week - preparing wordlist for the minilessons (Altentreptow gives first words)
  4. 4. 3. Preparation for the first European week in Altentreptow - Germans prepare mini-lessons for the European week in Altentreptow for the 1st workshop - Production of the DVD with: general geography, school and school system of the country, typical language features - chatroom on the involvement of other teachers and subjects
  5. 5. Responsibilities and first results - Altentreptow gives green light for the 1st European week by Nov 11, 2011 - All schools are to recrute 15 to 16-year-old students - Altentreptow creates a website/webspace for all participating schools - All schools are to prepare an interactive game for the European week
  6. 6. - All schools are to start the logo competition at once - Each school votes for the best 3 logos and brings those ones to the European week in January - We all create an album (logos and names of the best 10 logos) and a Power Point Presentation of this competition for the Webspace - We produce a T-shirt with the winning logos (shamrock symbol + schools or countries) - Each coordinator provides Altentreptow with ideas for the questionnaire on stereotypes and Altentreptow creates a questionnaire with scales 1-5 (true, partly true …) and finally Altentreptow produces a Power Point Presentation on the results (collage production will be decided in Altentreptow)
  7. 7. • 5. Programme of the European week in Altentreptow - Workshops on learning the language of the country you stay in carrying out the stereotype-discussion - Good things: excursion to Berlin and Schwerin (parliament) - Disco at Dance Oase + Karaoke - Bowling first night • 6. Certificates of the visit to participants

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