The craft map - each partner school will produce a handmade map of their own country and the traditional crafts will be highlighted there. Each country will make 5 specimens of the craft map in order to distribute one to each partner country. Therefore, all partners will have a collection of maps from all partner schools. The maps will be produced by members of Erasmus clubs. The collection of maps will be placed at a visible place at school so that students, teachers, parents and all school visitors can see them. The exchange of maps will take place during Short- term exchange C1(Poland).
International dictionary 1 called „Names of traditional crafts“ will focus on vocabulary connected with traditional crafts from each country. We will use ICT tools (quizlet, kahoot, etc.). The dictionary will be used in a practical way during the following short-term Exchange.
Ordinary lesson I - organising ordinary lesson with the project topic - "Let me introduce traditional crafts“. We aim to introduce traditional crafts, Merchandised products as well as the project logo will be produced during ordinary lessons. We will use the merchandised products for an exhibition which will take place in order to inform the local community and pupils´ parents about our project and about TRADITIONAL CRAFTS. The CLIL lesson will be used. This lesson will focus on the reading literacy, geography and history. The materials produced during the ordinary lesson will be also used during the short- term exchange C1(Poland) as means of sharing good practice and as a part of the dissemination process.
Sample lesson - this lesson will focus on the reading literacy and it will be led by experienced teachers. The main topic will be "The role of crafts in the society in the past". The aim is to produce worksheets that will be further used as materials during the short term exchange C1(Poland). Some teachers of each school will present them and show different teaching styles and methods therefore dissemination of materials and exchange of good practice will take place. Worksheets will be placed on the project website for long term usage.
Excursion 1 - „Let´s experience traditional craft on our own skin“ - members of Erasmus club will explore and gain neccessary information about some traditional craft in the region. They will gain experience about the local craft and gain practical and usefull skills for everyday life. They will learn how important it is to safeguard the traditions and craftmanship for future generations. They will improve their self- exploration in order to make the right career choice.
Reportage 1- The Craft reportage - In the frame of P13 each Erasmus club will make a report with usage of ICT tools (video, ppt presentation etc). This activity is going to connect the young generation using the modern technology and their diverse views with the cultural heritage and the historical background. We would like to bring new views of our students for heritage and enhance the youth engagement. The students will prepare the reportages and act in the reportages therefore they will experience a lot of new things. The reportages will be placed on the website and so that everyone can see them. The reportages will be presented by participants among their schoolmates. Dissemination will take place this way.
The project day called "Traditional craft workshop" - each partner school will organise the project day with traditional crafts topic for all students and teachers from each school. Each school will provide ppt presentation about this project day which will be placed on the project website. There will be also an article presented in the local press. Each school will choose the way how to organize the project day according to their choice and possibilities.
Pupils will focus on own family history, they will try to find as much as they can about ancesters´jobs. We would like to encourage them to feel the tradition and feel the importance of heritage. Their presentation can be done by any suitable way (poster, ppt, essay, etc). The outcomes will be displayed at each school, on the website etc.
International dictionary II will focus on vocabulary connected with traditional tools used for crafts from each country. We will use ICT tools (quizlet, kahoot, etc.). The dictionary will be used in a practical way during the following short term exchange.
Essay with the topic „My dream job in the middleages“ - This activity is designed/planned for the whole schools. Children will use any literature genre and write an essay bearing the career guidance. Children with the help of history teachers will explore the jobs in middleages and gather information about that time. The best essays at each school will be rewarded. The best essays of each school will be also placed in the local newspaper, on the school webpages and on the project website.
Poster competition called "Traditional crafts"- The posters will be produced in any way- hand made or ICT. The competition is meant for all students in partner schools. The posters will be produced in frame of ART, ICT or History lessons. The best posters will be chosen at each school and placed on the project website where the international voting will take place. The poster competition will be evaluated and the best poster will get an award during the following short-term exchange C1 (Poland).
Ordinary lesson II - organising ordinary lesson with the project topic - "Let´s play with history“. We aim to introduce traditional tools in own country. Each school will organise practicall workshop with traditional tools. Merchandised products with CRAFT topic as well as the project logo will be produced during ordinary lessons. We will use the merchandised products for an exhibition which will take place in order to inform the local community and pupils´parents about our project and about TRADITIONAL CRAFTS. The CLIL lesson will be used. This lesson will focus on the reading literacy, geography and history. The materials produced during the ordinary lesson will be also used during the short- term exchange C2(Portugal) as means of sharing good practice and as a part of the dissemination process.
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