Friday, 28 February 2014
Thursday, 27 February 2014
Daniel Ribeiro´s Comenius impressions on the Comenius Meeting in Latvia - report to the school community
The 4ENs - objetivos, escolas parceiras, estratégias, atividades e mobilidades do Projeto Comenius - documento informativo para exibição na escola
Wednesday, 26 February 2014
Tuesday, 25 February 2014
Friday, 7 February 2014
THE FOUR ELEMENTS AND
THEIR EFFECT ON OUR LIVES.
When we started this project, we were not sure about how important for our teaching process it might be. Our school life has undoubtedly changed. We have already done so many different and interesting things - projects and tasks, school excursions, contests and parties,... and there are so many things to do yet. We also have a lot to tell, let's start our Comenius Diary.
SCHOOL YEAR 2013-2014
SCHOOL YEAR 2013-2014
9 September - looking for sudden ideas to set up the basis for our Comenius participation. Groups of students, type of activities and tasks, teachers and departments involved and general aims and assessment criteria to select the different meeting attendants.
16 October - taking important decisions and preparing our first task on 'Introducing Ourselves: Our Country, City and School.' For Latvia, we also had to prepare our 'Taste your Country' dishes: dried Iberian ham and Manchego cheese.
11 November - meeting our partners in Latvia. Along with the teachers Teresa (English) and Gloria (PE), the students Paula Fernández, Julia Guirao and Rebeca Santos shared this astonishing experience. With our Presentation Letter, we want to thank Anna Verza (the Latvian coordinator) for her invitation to PREILI.
10 December - going on our first trip to 'El Monasterio de la Rábida, El Muelle de las Carabelas, El Parque Botánico de Celestino Mutis y El Monumento a la Fe Descubridora.' Getting ready for our second task on 'The Discovery of the New World,' by working on the two elements Earth and Water and with our peculiar Chistopher Columbus on the right and our ten-minute video on the discovery below.
For Portugal, we had to present our 'School Life' as well.
21 January - meeting our partners in Portugal. Our two teachers, Susanne (Music) and Cecilia (French) and seven students, Manuel Morales, Carmen Ramírez, Bianca Moisescu, Cristina Ramírez, Karla Mendoza, Alexandra Vidican and Anastasiya Velyaminova went to the welcoming city of PORTO. From Spain, we want to thank Maria G. Cruz for her Invitation.
27 January - taking our second school outing to 'Minas de Río Tinto y Molinos de Viento del Granado,' in order to get all the necessary information for our third task on 'Our Past: Mining, Fishing, Wind-power Grinding, and Farming under the Sun', focused on all the four elements Earth, Water, Wind and Fire. 'Huelva, Our Paradise' was the extraordinary result of our four students Cristina Ramírez, Alexandra Vidican, Anastasiya Velyaminova and Silvia Villegas.
11 February - starting our Comenius Trivial Contest, for our three-day cultural workshops in April. Our students have been designing posters on the different participant countries in our project. By gathering information on flags, locations, capital cities, sightseeing spots, cultural and historical events,... they are preparing a quiz game for their partners at school. Would you like to have a go? CLICK HERE and play!
06 March - following the teaching methodology of our colleagues of History and Geography: a different way of learning History, we are proud of presenting our exhibition on 'Our Buried Legacy,' our fourth task, based on the 1755 Great Lisbon Earthquake and Tsunami.
24 March - meeting our partners in Poland. Our male delegation for this meeting comprises our headmaster, Francisco José Santana, together with our language assistant, Kevin Negy, and four students, Antonio Marín, Antonio González, Antonio Cortés and Daniel Ortiz...
20-25 April - voting for our fifth task 'AcrossLepe.'
12-16 May - fourth meeting in Greece. Our sweet delegation formed by our students María Morales, Mayra Sierra, Isabel Cruz and Elkin Quispe, was accompanied by our two teachers Mª Eugenia Polo and Trinidad Sánchez. We all had the opportunity to live the Greek myth in VOLOS.