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The Four Seasons

Registered on 04.09.2009 - Closed on 12.06.2010

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I would like to work on how we can do our part to protect the enviroment. Students would search information about things we can do all year round, starting with Autum and finishing with Summer, in order to preserve and protect the enviroment. I would like to share this project with another secondary school. Students would present to each other what they would have carried out through the topic at the end of each season. At the same time they would work on Brithish Life Topics through the different seasons.

  • Subjects: Foreign Languages, Natural Sciences
  • Languages: EN
  • Pupil's age: 12 - 15
  • Tools to be used: e-mail, Other software (Powerpoint, video, pictures and drawings), Virtual learning environment (communities, virtual classes, ...)
  • Aims:
    . use of English language . know, meet and understand new cultures . study and develop how to protect the enviroment . learn... read more
  • Work process:
    In each season we will research information on the topic using the net and we will exchange our findings with... read more
  • Expected results:
    . an intercultural way of working, new for us as teachers and for our students . a real and interactive approach... read more
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Beatriz Candelaria Heredero

School Icon IES La Fortuna (Leganés, Spain)

Subjects: Foreign Languages

Languages: EN

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marika bitsakou

School Icon 3ο ΓΥΜΝΑΣΙΟ ΚΟΡΙΝΘΟΥ (Κόρινθος, Greece)

Subjects: Art, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Education, Geography, Language and Literature, Natural Sciences, Physics

Languages: EN

Project diary
The Spanish team has finished "the winter environment project". It is a special issue dedicated to different activities we can...
Jan
25
2010
Posted by Beatriz Candelaria Heredero
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Congratulations, how did you do it It´s really beautiful. It´s a good idea this kind of works, I´d like to...
Jan
21
2010
Posted by Beatriz Candelaria Heredero
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