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Mission Impossible: Let’s save our planet!

Registered on 28.11.2007 - Closed on 29.11.2007

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The project will consist on developing different activities (surveys, collecting data, make conclusions) about what do our students and their families do to save our planet at home (5th graders) and what it is done in their town (6th graders). At the end, the students will make some conclusions and elaborate a power point explaining them with the aid of some pictures. Maybe they can propose some ideas in order to save the planet. They will be in touch with their mates from abroad by exchanging some e-mails in order to decide, for example, the questions of the survey or just explain how their work is going.

  • Subjects: Environmental Education, Foreign Languages
  • Languages: EN
  • Pupil's age: 10 - 12
  • Tools to be used: e-mail, Other software (Powerpoint, video, pictures and drawings)
  • Aims: • Practise the English language in order to communicate with other children from Europe. • Use the internet as a means of communication... read more
  • Work process:
  • Expected results: • A power point presentation. • Some posters.
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ANA TUDOR

School Icon "Liviu Rebreanu" School, Mioveni Town, Arges County, Romania (judetul Arges, Romania)

Subjects: Art, Citizenship, Cross Curricular, Drama, Environmental Education, Ethics, European Studies, Foreign Languages, Geography, Health Studies, History, Informatics / ICT, Language and Literature, Media Education, Music, Natural Sciences, Primary School Subjects, Religion, Special Needs Education

Languages: EN

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Anonymous

School Icon Szkoła Podstwowa w liszynie (Płock, Poland)

Subjects: Art, Foreign Languages, Language and Literature, Special Needs Education

Languages: EN - PL

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Anonymous

School Icon CEIP La Sardana (Badia del Vallès, Spain)

Subjects: Foreign Languages

Languages: EN

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Blogpost Picture We hope to work in many other e-Twinning projects together. Friendly, Ana and her students 
Oct
07
2008
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