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«WE PLAY, WE LEARN»   COMENIUS PROJECT          2012/2014                      FRANCE                      POLAND         ...
LOGOS
 Our main aim is to create new teaching  strategies using games as a didactic tool.  Game increases mental capacities and...
ART DEPARMENTACTIVITIES WITH      YOUNGER         PUPILS11-12 years old
ACTIVITIES IN CLILART-ENGLISH CLASS
MATERIALS AND INSTRUMENTS FOR            DRAWING AND PAINTINGWe invent different games with cards that are representing ar...
LOOKING FOR YOUR PAIRWe deal pairs of the same image for pupils and they have to ask question inorder to find who has his/...
ACTION PAINTING ACTIVIT Y     (JACKSON POLLOCK)                    In group, pupils create a                    painting b...
PLAYING WITH CARDS ABOUT LINES,            SHAPES, COLOR, TEXTURESIn order to get toknow theelements ofart, we play withca...
DRAWING MUSIC     Af ter showing dif ferent kinds of     lines and how it is used by     ar tist, pupils will listen to so...
ESCHER TESSELATION
COLOR WHEEL ACTIVIT Y It is a fun way to teach the  primary, secondary, and  tertiary colors in order to do  a color whee...
 Pupils mix the colors in  each circle using a  toothpick for each  circle. Once all the circles of  color are mixed  to...
ABSTRACTION
CUBISM PORTRAITAfterexplainingwhat iscubism,pupils willmake theirown selfportrait
ACTIVITIES IN ART           CLASS
WE MAKE PUZZLES                  1º E.S.O                  12-13 years
-Individual work-Material: paper- We learn to draw parallellines, perpendicular lines and to buildcubes..  -We design puzz...
LITERATURE AND ARTTRADITIONALS TALES.        CALIGRAMS
WE PLAY WITH TALES      -Individual work      -Material: newspaper, cloth and glue      -We read a story ,(this story is a...
WE MAKE PUPPETS
WE ALSO MAKEILLUSTRATIONS Material: paper and  coloured pencils
Description of the activity:Work in groups of three or four studentsBased on “El juego de la oca” (a Spanishtraditional bo...
CREATIVE T YPOGRAPHY  PLAYING WITH LETTERS
CATALAN CALIGRAMSM I X I N G T R A D I TI O N AL VA L E N C I A N I C O N O G R A P H Y A N D P O E M S TO M A K E A P I C...
SAYINGS AND APHORISMS In literature classes, pupils do a little research of traditional  sayings and aphorisms. They sha...
ART AND HISTORYACTIVITIES RELATED WITH ART HISTORY   Pupils will know through theirworks,different artistic styles and    ...
TABLEAU VIVANT                  Pupils must                   choose a                   picture                   which ...
KNOWING FAMOUS PAINTERSPupils choose a picture. Have to find information about the pictureand to do an index card: time, a...
TRADITIONAL GAMES AND ARTThere are many painterswho have used the gameas a subject of their art.Pupils have to look forart...
TUTORSHIP ACTIVITIES TO PROMOTECOEXISTENCE AND GOOD         RELATIONSHIPS
FLOWERS INSTEAD OF     TOMATOESPupils have to draw a flower for eachpar tner in the class writing acompliment of each othe...
EMOTIONSStudents playwith coloursand give thema shape whichshows thefeelings thatthose colourshave arisen inthem.
ART DEPARTMENTACTIVITIES FOR OLDER              PUPILS     14/17 years old
PLAYING WITH LINEWithout getting up the pencil from the paper, draw in a free style
PLAY IN MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ARTThis work is focused mainly on determining the bonds that exist among play and art in t...
INTERPRETATION
COLLAGE
POLITICAL AND SOCISAL CRITISIM
DESIGN: URBAN SIGNALSPupils have to look for anotherconcept for traditionalmeanings                                  Banni...
SOCIAL INJUSTICE AND HUMANS RIGTHS
PLAYING WITH COMPOSITIONPupils choose three or four elements (letters or shapes) andchanging the colour, size and the way,...
PLAYING WITH THE PLANE- Individual work-Material: paper-We start with a modular network, wemake cuts and set up thepaper, ...
-Work in groups-Material: cardboard pen-Each student creates a  module individually, this  module changes its  size, shape...
 - All the pupils make a mural  on wall -Material: insulating tapes of  dif ferent colours
LANGUAGEGAMES IN ENGLISH           CLASS
LANGUAGE GAMES (3R ESO) The teacher introduces new food  words. In pairs, students choose 10  new words and write them  ...
We use also traditional oralgames using rythm to learnnew words (whole classactivity).We play guessing games toknow what f...
Then they write their recipes.Finally, they record  their recipes or  explain them in  class in three steps:ingredients,...
.MILK PUDDING.                  -HOB                  -CASSEROLE                  -WOODEN SPOON                  -GLAS...
SPANISH OMELETTE 4 eggs 1/2 kilos of potatoes Olive oil Salt
IRREGULAR VERBS BOARD GAME (3R              ESO- 2ND BACC)Two against two game.Six tokens are placed at each end ofthe boa...
AGREE-DISAGREE GAME
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
JUMPING ROPE ACTIVITIES
GAMES  Pupils are compiling traditional gamesPupils are design questions for the trivial
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  1. 1. «WE PLAY, WE LEARN» COMENIUS PROJECT 2012/2014 FRANCE POLAND TURKEY SPAIN
  2. 2. LOGOS
  3. 3.  Our main aim is to create new teaching strategies using games as a didactic tool. Game increases mental capacities and creativity. It also promotes communication, socialization and cooperation. OUR AIMS Trying to encourage pupils to take part in the educative process. Promoting interdisciplinar teachers teamwork to create our games. To rescue popular games in order to learn about the lore and traditions of other cultures, to increase tolerance and European knowledge.
  4. 4. ART DEPARMENTACTIVITIES WITH YOUNGER PUPILS11-12 years old
  5. 5. ACTIVITIES IN CLILART-ENGLISH CLASS
  6. 6. MATERIALS AND INSTRUMENTS FOR DRAWING AND PAINTINGWe invent different games with cards that are representing art tools and activities
  7. 7. LOOKING FOR YOUR PAIRWe deal pairs of the same image for pupils and they have to ask question inorder to find who has his/her match.
  8. 8. ACTION PAINTING ACTIVIT Y (JACKSON POLLOCK) In group, pupils create a painting by dropping colours over a canvas.
  9. 9. PLAYING WITH CARDS ABOUT LINES, SHAPES, COLOR, TEXTURESIn order to get toknow theelements ofart, we play withcards with imageswhich representdifferent kinds oflines, shapes, textures and colour
  10. 10. DRAWING MUSIC Af ter showing dif ferent kinds of lines and how it is used by ar tist, pupils will listen to some pieces of music which they will have to interpret drawing lines
  11. 11. ESCHER TESSELATION
  12. 12. COLOR WHEEL ACTIVIT Y It is a fun way to teach the primary, secondary, and tertiary colors in order to do a color wheel Pupils place a drop of each colour onto the corresponding dot on the paper.
  13. 13.  Pupils mix the colors in each circle using a toothpick for each circle. Once all the circles of color are mixed together, place a paper towel over the paper.
  14. 14. ABSTRACTION
  15. 15. CUBISM PORTRAITAfterexplainingwhat iscubism,pupils willmake theirown selfportrait
  16. 16. ACTIVITIES IN ART CLASS
  17. 17. WE MAKE PUZZLES 1º E.S.O 12-13 years
  18. 18. -Individual work-Material: paper- We learn to draw parallellines, perpendicular lines and to buildcubes.. -We design puzzles offlags, coins, celebrities…
  19. 19. LITERATURE AND ARTTRADITIONALS TALES. CALIGRAMS
  20. 20. WE PLAY WITH TALES -Individual work -Material: newspaper, cloth and glue -We read a story ,(this story is about the gender violence) then we talk and reflect about the plot -We create puppets -We work the volume
  21. 21. WE MAKE PUPPETS
  22. 22. WE ALSO MAKEILLUSTRATIONS Material: paper and coloured pencils
  23. 23. Description of the activity:Work in groups of three or four studentsBased on “El juego de la oca” (a Spanishtraditional board game), we create boardsthat allow us to play and learn traditions(bullfighting, fallas,…) and monuments ofour country
  24. 24. CREATIVE T YPOGRAPHY PLAYING WITH LETTERS
  25. 25. CATALAN CALIGRAMSM I X I N G T R A D I TI O N AL VA L E N C I A N I C O N O G R A P H Y A N D P O E M S TO M A K E A P I C T U R E .
  26. 26. SAYINGS AND APHORISMS In literature classes, pupils do a little research of traditional sayings and aphorisms. They share the knowledge they ´ve found. Then they do representations for the whole class of a saying by reciting it. Other pupils in the class can draw the meaning of the saying that is presented. That´s how integration between two subjects happens
  27. 27. ART AND HISTORYACTIVITIES RELATED WITH ART HISTORY Pupils will know through theirworks,different artistic styles and famous painters
  28. 28. TABLEAU VIVANT  Pupils must choose a picture which they feel identified with. Af ter studying the ar tist, they have to dress like the people in the image and to pose like them.  The final work is to film this actions by stop motion.
  29. 29. KNOWING FAMOUS PAINTERSPupils choose a picture. Have to find information about the pictureand to do an index card: time, author, technique, place where itis, size, personal opinion,…So, they have to do an interpretation cutting color papers.
  30. 30. TRADITIONAL GAMES AND ARTThere are many painterswho have used the gameas a subject of their art.Pupils have to look forartists who do that andinvestigate them
  31. 31. TUTORSHIP ACTIVITIES TO PROMOTECOEXISTENCE AND GOOD RELATIONSHIPS
  32. 32. FLOWERS INSTEAD OF TOMATOESPupils have to draw a flower for eachpar tner in the class writing acompliment of each other in the backside. Af ter painting and cuttingthem, they give them to each other
  33. 33. EMOTIONSStudents playwith coloursand give thema shape whichshows thefeelings thatthose colourshave arisen inthem.
  34. 34. ART DEPARTMENTACTIVITIES FOR OLDER PUPILS 14/17 years old
  35. 35. PLAYING WITH LINEWithout getting up the pencil from the paper, draw in a free style
  36. 36. PLAY IN MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ARTThis work is focused mainly on determining the bonds that exist among play and art in thesedays. This relation has its origin in the historical avant-garde movements. In search of thenew and guided by their transgressor spirit, these movements, cause the artists torecuperate for art the concept of play
  37. 37. INTERPRETATION
  38. 38. COLLAGE
  39. 39. POLITICAL AND SOCISAL CRITISIM
  40. 40. DESIGN: URBAN SIGNALSPupils have to look for anotherconcept for traditionalmeanings Banning signals about current social crisis
  41. 41. SOCIAL INJUSTICE AND HUMANS RIGTHS
  42. 42. PLAYING WITH COMPOSITIONPupils choose three or four elements (letters or shapes) andchanging the colour, size and the way, they have to organizethem to get dif ferent kinds of compositions (stability, chaos,depth, connection, movement )
  43. 43. PLAYING WITH THE PLANE- Individual work-Material: paper-We start with a modular network, wemake cuts and set up thepaper, thus, we pass from the plane tothe volume
  44. 44. -Work in groups-Material: cardboard pen-Each student creates a module individually, this module changes its size, shape and color. -We put them together and create a mural composition .
  45. 45.  - All the pupils make a mural on wall -Material: insulating tapes of dif ferent colours
  46. 46. LANGUAGEGAMES IN ENGLISH CLASS
  47. 47. LANGUAGE GAMES (3R ESO) The teacher introduces new food words. In pairs, students choose 10 new words and write them scrambled on pieces of paper. The pieces of paper are handed out to another pair. Now they must unscramble and guess the new words.
  48. 48. We use also traditional oralgames using rythm to learnnew words (whole classactivity).We play guessing games toknow what food is our matethinking about, using newwords.(e,g.Can you boil it?)Then pupils make posters inteams of three.
  49. 49. Then they write their recipes.Finally, they record their recipes or explain them in class in three steps:ingredients, kitchenutensils, process.
  50. 50. .MILK PUDDING.  -HOB  -CASSEROLE  -WOODEN SPOON  -GLASS BOWL
  51. 51. SPANISH OMELETTE 4 eggs 1/2 kilos of potatoes Olive oil Salt
  52. 52. IRREGULAR VERBS BOARD GAME (3R ESO- 2ND BACC)Two against two game.Six tokens are placed at each end ofthe board, in each square.Dice are thrown and tokens aremoved. Pupils must know the threeforms of the verb in the box or losetheir turn to the other team.If two counters fall in the same box,they must begin again.Pupils must cross the board and reach the other end with theircounters.Of course, level of difficulty can beadjusted to pupils’.
  53. 53. AGREE-DISAGREE GAME
  54. 54. PHYSICAL EDUCATION
  55. 55. JUMPING ROPE ACTIVITIES
  56. 56. GAMES Pupils are compiling traditional gamesPupils are design questions for the trivial

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