Un ponte invisibile che lega scuole geograficamente lontane con eTwinning diventa realtà.
Gli studenti delle prime liceo Scienze Umane, guidati dalla professoressa Maria Luisa Provezza, stanno partecipando ad un progetto legato al programma Erasmus+ in collaborazione con la professoressa Funda Kuvvet Yilmaz e la sua classe prima Scienze Umane della scuola turca ‘’Maresal Cakmak High School’’.
Questo progetto si concretizza tramite l’utilizzo della piattaforma eTwinning che permette la realizzazione di un gemellaggio elettronico tra scuole europee secondo le Linee guida della Strategia di Lisbona che stabilirono gli obiettivi specifici da raggiungere: aumentare la qualità e l’efficacia dei sistemi di istruzione e di formazione nell’Unione Europea favorendo l’acquisizione di competenze di base, l’ampliamento dell’uso della tecnologia, la mobilità all’interno dell’UE sia per insegnanti che studenti.
“Attraverso l’utilizzo di questa piattaforma – ha spiegato la professoressa Provezza – si possono creare e condividere progetti come quello pensato dagli studenti del Gigli: Our invisible cities. Un progetto che parla di cose comuni come la scuola, il proprio paese, le amicizie, le materie scolastiche come se fossero luoghi abitati, ma nello stesso tempo invisibili. Emozioni che non si vedono ma che abitano i luoghi in cui ognuno di noi lascia un segno”.
Alla fine di questo progetto, che si protrarrà fino a giugno, potrà essere richiesto un certificato di qualità a livello nazionale ed europeo e, in caso di vittoria, gli studenti rovatesi saranno ospiti della scuola gemellata gratuitamente per una settimana.
With this project we want to exchange letters, ideas and thoughts about the place where we live, the school we attend, the place where we would like to live and our dreams and future projects. We are also engaged in debates created by teachers where we discuss about themes related to our project.
The students of our classes (1C/1E) believe in this project because it’s useful for their life and for the future; it let them sharetheir school experiences with other European students.
We are eager to know how European schools function and we wish to knowhow students feel when they are at school. Our school is quite hard, and teachers are demanding. We stay 6 hours a day we don’t take exams until the Vth year but at the end of our school terms we can pass or repeat the same year.
How does it work in Europe? Is it the same? Newspapers say that Italian students are the most stressed and depressed students in Europe. Is it true? Let us discover it!
We think school can also be happiness if we can improve our knowledge and share ideas all around Europe. School spreads Energy, if you believe in it!
Paola Di Leo, Alessia Pegorer, Alexandra Vizneac, Federica Saretti, Guarienti Letizia, Gloria Scordo e Rebecca Dotti, 1C, Liceo
Impressions on the first videoconference with our Turkish classmates
On 29th November the class 1E met for the first time the Turkish students with whom they are working on the project “Our invisible cities”.
“At first we were a little nervous and excited about the idea of meeting new students using Skype, finally we starded introducing each other and talking about our interests, school subjects and timetable. – the students added – It was very nice and interesting to interact face to face. Speaking English in real situations is more exciting than just answering our English teachers or studying English extracts. It was a wonderful experience and we are looking forward to have a new meeting and talk about our
Elisabetta Bontempi, Martina Franchi, 1E, Liceo
12 Risposte a “Let’s start with eTwinning”
hello my name is eslem tuana. ı am 15 ı am from turkey.ı am a student at mareşal çakmak social scince hıgh school ı am at prep class.
I think our school is a very useful school
because it allows us to improve our English better.
ı love my school
Hi! My name is Melih Eren. I am 14. I am from Turkey of course. I am Turkish. I think, our school very active. We are doing a lot of social activities. We are doing nice E-Twinning with you. I love my school.
Hi,My name is Ramazan Mallı.I am from Turkey.I think my school is very good and I have very good friends.I love my school.
Hello my name is Beyzanur.I am 14 yeras old. I am from TURKEY.I am at student MARAŞEL ÇAKMAK SOCİAL SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL. I am in prep class.
I thınk very good because I love my teachers and friends viewers into
Hallo my name is Emrah.I am a student.I am from Turkey.I am 15 years old.My school name is mareşal çakma social science.I am I think our school good and it’s a fun school.
Hi! Iam Ebru .Iam 14 years old. Iam from TURKEY. I am student. MARASEL ÇAKMAK SOCİAL SCIENCE HING SCHOOL. Iam in prep class. I thınk very good because Ilove my teachers and friends viewers into
Hi! I am İrem. I am 14.I am at student MAREŞAL ÇAKMAK SOCİAL SCİNCE HİGH SCHOOL. I am in prep class. My school is very well. I love my school.
Hallo my name is Emrah.I am a student.I am from Turkey.I am 15 years old.My school name is mareşal çakma social science.I am I think our school good and it’s a fun school.I think this project very good.I hope it continues.
my name is Tunahan.I am from Turkey.My school name is MARESAL CAKMAK SOCİAL SCİENCE HİGH SCHOOL.I love my school.because I think my school is sipecial for me. we study English, Germany,Math and Turkish.
Hallo my name is okan and surname is güldali,I am fifteen years old.I am from Turkey.I am Turkish.My school and my friends are nice and fun. I develop myself with the project and make new friends
hi.I am Yağmur.My school name is Gümüşhane Maraşel Çakmak Social Science High School.I love my school.My school is lovely and crayz.
Hello my name is Ayhan.Ben Marshal Çakmak I am studying preparatory class at the Social Sciences High School. My school is very nice and very fun.