Part 2: From tradition …

Sample lesson for young / inexperienced teachers II.- this lesson will focus on reading literacy and it will be led by experienced teachers. The main topic will be "The meaning of inventions". The aim is to produce worksheets that will be further used as materials during the short term exchange C2(Portugal). 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 II– Visiting technical secondary school / high school aimed at traditional craft. Students will visit these schools in order to learn about traditional Craft and technical field in the local area. This will help them to make their future career decision. We want to attract students´ interest in technical fields.

The reportage from technical school - In the frame of P22 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 of 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. All involved students will share their presentations to their schoolmates.

Historical timeline of one selected craft in each country- members of Erasmus club will map the process of transformation of one selected craft. It will be based on the information gathered from the past project activities and the internet and also on help of history teachers. The map can be produced in any suitable way, but handmade. Each map will be shared with other Erasmus clubs durin Short-term exchange(C2) in Portugal. Students will be able to explore deeper the historical process of transformation and see the links with social and political background in their country and ,due to the exchange with other partners, in other European countries.

Project day "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 report with photos 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 options.

Bulletin I - Summary of the first year project activities.The Erasmus Club will summarize all activities that have been done so far and add photos. The bulletin will be written in mother tongue, printed and distributed to pupils at school, parents and the local community. Bulletin will be placed on the project websites.

Project photobook I– The international craftbook - the book will contain compilation of the description of three traditional crafts from each partner country. The craft describtion will be in mothertongue and also tranlated in English. It will serve as an overview of the most interesting jobs in each country and will show the diversity of Crafts in Europe. It can be used as a CLIL material during common lessons. The coordinating school will be in charge of producing the book. The book will be printed in a hard copy and distributed to all partners.

Project Pilgrim diary- this activity will take place during each short- term exchage. It will be done in two ways- written and as a short videospot from each day. Members of all Erasmus clubs wil be in charge of writing a report and making a video reportage from each day of short- term exchange. Each partner school club will be responsible for reporting one day from the short- term exchange. The video reports will be shared on project website.

We plan to create map of Europe on canvas, all partner countries with their symbols and significant crafts for each partner country will be marked/painted there. The map will travel from school to school on the short- term exchange. Map will be created step by step according to the hosting country.

Each participants of short- term exchanges will collect variety of leaflets, postcards, photos etc. during short- term exchange.In the end of shortterm exchange these pupils will make collage from collected materials. This outcome will be handmade. The collages will be placed on a visible place at each school after arrival frommobility so that teachers, pupils, parents and all school visitors can see them.

The coordinators´meetings will alway take place during short- term exchange of groups of pupils. Coordinators will evaluate the results and outcomes reached so far, they will talk about the positives and negatives. In order to prevent any problems, they are going to discuss difficulties, that partners schools have to overcome during the project proces. And, if there are some they will make a solution and be helpful. They will also plan the activities and duties, that are coming in the following period. Since all the partners are new we consider meetings face to face as the most important part of project management.


Beautiful moments

In our gallery you can take a look at photos from our activities, short – term exchanges and of our project outcomes.