eTwinning

Aims

We will store all of the evidence in the Twinspace area, we will also encourage partners to share their experience of the project with the local community and parents wherever possible for further impact. We are hoping that the quality of Christmas cards are of a higher level as the pupils and teachers will be aware of the vast audience their work will be seen by. We are hoping for improved knowledge of European countries by pupils, staff and hopefully parents and the local community. This is the seventh year that this project has run, there are partners involved that have been part of all the projects so far, this in itself has helped to build relationships between eTwinning contacts and other projects have taken place as a result of this, strengthening relationships and building foundations for future collaborations.

Work process

We will give a series of dates for all partners to work by, the project Twinspace area will be a suitable place for all communication between partners. Partners will share their addresses and also information about their school. This may be a link to their website, photos, PowerPoint or other suitable documents. We will ask for all cards to be sent by Friday 30th November to enable enough time for the cards to reach each schools before the end of term. As the cards are being made we will ask partners to take photo/video to show their students at work and with their finished cards. These will be shared on the Twinspace area for partner schools to use. When schools have received their cards we will ask them to take photos/video of the displayed cards and the pupils with the cards, this will also be shared before we break up for Christmas. We will keep a record of countries involved and ask partners to help recruiting new partners from countries that are not represented in the project.

What we aim to achieve…

We will store all of the evidence in the Twinspace area, we will also encourage partners to share their experience of the project with the local community and parents wherever possible for further impact. We are hoping that the quality of Christmas cards are of a higher level as the pupils and teachers will be aware of the vast audience their work will be seen by. We are hoping for improved knowledge of European countries by pupils, staff and hopefully parents and the local community. This is the seventh year that this project has run, there are partners involved that have been part of all the projects so far, this in itself has helped to build relationships between eTwinning contacts and other projects have taken place as a result of this, strengthening relationships and building foundations for future collaborations.

Our work in class

 

 

Our creation of Christmas cards and way out to the post office.

It was a great experience for us and we had a lot of fun.

Nowadays we are working in a new surprise related to this project and how we celebrate Christmas in our country.

Soon you will can see it…

 

 

Gallery

Christmas card from France

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unos de los requisitos del proyecto “Christmas cards exchange” era compartir con el resto de países europeos una tradición navideña de cada país. Nosotros hemos querido recrear las campanadas de fin de año.

 

Autor entrada: Macarena

Me llamo Macarena y desde hace 9 años soy profesora de educación primaria, especializada en Lengua Extranjera-Inglés. Desde bien pequeña me ha llamado la atención el mundo de la enseñanza y el aprendizaje, por lo que una vez que comencé mi aventura universitaria, decidí formarme para ser lo que quería. Ser maestra. “Es al niño al que hay que tener en cuenta ante todo; la cuestión es liberarle de los obstáculos que dificultan su desarrollo y ayudarle a vivir. Una vez se comprende este principio, se constata un cambio radical en el comportamiento del adulto en relación al niño”. -M. Montessori-.

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