Este proyecto fue ideado por un centro español; uno, francés; y otro, italiano. Distinguimos dos fases: en la primera nuestro alumnado se conocerá y enseñará las particularidades de sus centros educativos, de sus pueblos… En la segunda fase trabajarán colaborativamente para mejorar su competencia lingüística en español a través de actividades creativas y motivadoras de
The British Council has announced “Shakespeare lives” an unprecedented global programme of events and activities celebrating Shakespeare’s life on the occasion of the 400th anniversary of his death in 2016. As part of the year of celebrations in 2016, we want our students to join in the celebrations by participating in a unique online collaboration
2017 will mark the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death. She was born and spent most of her life in the historic and beautiful county of Hampshire which provided an excellent setting for her novels, characters and plots. We want to explore the world of Jane Austen, geography, times, customs, characters and analyse the plots.
This cooperative project is aimed to let pupils acquire a deeper awareness of belonging to a distant “other”. Students from both schools will work together on cross-curriculum assignments to be used in subjects related to the project and in English lessons as a second language. Results are going to be published on the internet. OBIETTIVI
Dreams play an important role in life. They provide us a vision for our future and help us make decisions about how we want to live our lives. They give us hope, and they inspire us. But it can be difficult to know what our vocations or life’s work should be. So, one clue is
We talk about cultural poverty , students’ difficulty in expressing emotions , in empathizing with others, and many have recognized that school needs to bring out the ” unspoken words ” teenagers can’t say . Researchers, further suggest that reading and listening can play a vital role in helping people understand the lives and minds
This project is focused on the cultural heritage of the Romanesque in Europe. Throughout the project, the students will deepen their knowledge about Romanesque, their local expressions (such as monuments), as well as the role of this cultural movement in the Medieval Europe. The project will include six main activities: 1. “Let’s present each other”;