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ASE PROJECT - G. CHITU CRAIOVA IO4

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Descrtiption of the activities showed during the mobility in Poland by the students of the School "G. Chitu" of Craiova.

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ASE PROJECT - G. CHITU CRAIOVA IO4

  1. 1. Erasmus Plus, Strategic Partnerships, Key 2 „Access to School for Everyone”, 2015-1-FR01-KA219-015195 Partners: France, Italy, Greece, Poland, Romania. “Gheorghe Chiţu”
  2. 2. Works realized by the Romanian students and with the students for the exhibition in Wabrzezno – Poland 26th March - 1st April 2017 Think about your perception of diversity!
  3. 3. Our students, for the exhibition in Poland conducted workshops and cultural activities in order to encouraging young people to practice cultural activities
  4. 4. There ...... Authors Mihai Nica There is always two people in me: one that works and one that spy All movements of the other who spies Without giving him a break. One that works I understand; I very easily directs; They always submits all. his is the other, I have not come to end. It is never satisfied with anything; Sometimes criticizes me, sometimes supports me. She will render me mad with his desires and his impossible future plans… Some of their creations..
  5. 5. The bee (Sezatoarea) it is an activity organized by our school, CNE “Gheorghe Chitu” and by the Folk Art Museum in Craiova and produced within the strategic partnership Erasmus+ „Acces to School for everyone”, no. 2015-1- FR01-KA219-015195_4. Students coordinated by teachers plays popular songs and traditional dances combining formal education with the non formal, and working on tradition and diversity by playing traditional theater and telling stories. “Art does not hate - the celebration of the value” The presentation of “The bee” play by our students
  6. 6. “The Collection teaching training methods” is intended to show some methods from non formal education, that teachers can use to deal with diversity. This collection was started in collaboration with our school counselor and other teachers will end with an e- book at the end of our project”. The Collection teaching training methods presented by the students
  7. 7. COMMUNICATION – THE MESSAGE (Romanian Language Lesson) good practice example of non-formal methods of teaching and how to works with diversity Project: “Acces to School for everyone”, no. 2015-1-FR01-KA219-015195_4” ERASMUS + KA2 Strategic Partnership for School Education Non-formal methods of teaching  Organizator:  C.N.E“ Gheorghe Chitu”  Country: Romania  Parteneri: Collège la Sologne, Franta, Instituto Compresivo Bucine, Italia, Musiko Sxoleio Irakleiou, Heraklion, Grecia, Zespol Szkol Zawodowich, Wabrzezno, Polonia,  Target group: 10th grade students  Number of participants: 15  Type of activity: communication and language lesson  Duration of the activity: 50 minutes  Main objective: understanding the fact that different people receive the same message in different ways according to their experience, personality, context etc.  Location: the classroom, the school hall  Pedagogical methods used: team building, drawing, debat  Necessary materials: black and coloured markers, flipchart, pages  Organiser: Ms.Cristian Constantin & Camelia Mitrache
  8. 8.  Detailed content of the activity:  Step 1: Students are divided in two groups : 6 students go out of the classroom and the others stay in the classroom.  Step 2: The students in the classroom choose 5 words which will become the message that the students outside have to represent on the flipchart paper. The words can be simple : a house in the middle or a flower in the left corner.  Step 3: The students enter the classroom one by one. They are told by the teacher that they will receive a message and they have to draw 5 images on the flipchart paper. They can use black or coloured markers, stay as long as they want and represent the message as they wish.  Step 4: Each student starts drawing . Some of them use only black, others use colours. Some are very creative using their imagination, others draw only a few lines.  Step 5: All the papers are exposed so that everybody can see that we have 5 different drawings even though all students got the same message.  Step 6: Teacher starts a debate about how understanding a message is influenced by our experience, our personality, by the context etc.  Outcomes: 6 different drawings with the same message  Feedback participants:  The students liked the activity and realised that we are different and have different perspectives of things. They accepted they should be tolerant to each other and understood that diversity is the essence of life.
  9. 9. “For me it is the opportunity to see the world with different eyes, to feel and discover things and emotions new horizons, new friends, social standing, which share unforgettable moments. The project gave me the opportunity to develop my other skills, to know different traditions and cultures. I made many friends, I learned many things that will help me to come and I finally left with incredibly beautiful memories that will last a long time. Honestly, I would repeat the experience with the biggest drag whenever I would give a chance” Gabriela Calinoiu Some impressions from Poland

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