On February 10th, a video conference was held at 11:30 Spanish time.

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The next Videoconference is planned to be held through Webex on November 25th, at 11 Spanish time.    TOPIC: Reading plan characters:

  • Don Quixote: BULGARIA
  • Nasreddin Hoca: ROMANÍA
  • Giovanni Boccaccio: SPAIN
  • Yordan Radichkov: ITALY
  •  Vlad Tepes: POLAND
  • Nicholas Experienceky: TUKEY

 

Videoconferece live

Videoconference cases proposal

Guidelines

 

 

 

 

Minutes from the videoconferene held on November 25th 2014

 

Participating Partners:Bulgaria (coordinator), Spain, Romania, Poland(tried), Turkey (tried), Italy (couldn’t join due to School connection failure).

 

Video recordings:

https://meetings.webex.com/collabs/#/meetings/detail?uuid=I5TH5DEI8ON5R3PLE1ODQTH97T-4O2&rnd=832769.87040

 

 

Videoconference plan:

 

1)      Each country presents their character from another country:

  • Don Quixote: BULGARIA
  • Nasreddin Hoca:  ROMANÍA
  • Giovanni Boccaccio (Decameron):SPAIN
  • Yordan Radichkov:  ITALY
  • Vlad Tepes: POLAND
  • Nicholas Experienceky:  TURDEY

 

2)      Students research the historical social and political character background

 

3)      A fragment of the book or a character’s story is read in class.

 

4)      The characters’ values are recognized and discovered. Alternative narrations are created from the original one, etc.

 

5)      In collaboration with the Art teachers, illustrations, caligrams are created; recreations of chapters or scenes are to be held, based on their readings, etc.

 

6)      These creations (images, drawings, scultures…) are to be brought to Romania (any format, including the digital on) and are presented to all of us.

A videorecording is requested

 

7)      Each country will make a drawing of each character, that will be included in the traditional story booklet like illustrations.

 

8) Democratic Values are to be found out in each carácter.

 

Spain, Bulgaria and Romania presented their Works done so far, unfortunately due to the sound problema we couldn’t understand clearly. It is requested to send this to the coordinator to upload it on the Internet.

Here is the plan presented by students and teachers of Spain:

 

COMENIUS PROJECT “DEMOCRATIC VALUES AND LINGUISTIC DIVERSITY”

READING PLAN FOR THE SPANISH GROUP: GIOVANNI BOCCACCIO – DECAMERON

AND TRADITIONAL SONG

 

 

GENERAL TOPICS:

 

  • Research on Giovanni Boccaccio and Decameron
  • Connection  with other authors (Dante-Petrarca)
  • Moral and Physical description
  • Explanation of his importance in the historical and literay context
  • Impact of his work in the World Literature
  • Research on the literary movement of his time
  • Reading the introduction of Decameron and its purposes
  • Aims of "Decameron"
  • Readings of Events. Each group reads a story/play
  • Democratic Values involved in Decameron

ACTIVITIES:

  • Portraits of Boccaccio
  • Display of projects about his life and personality
  • Display of projects about the literary movement he belongs to
  • Display of projects about the town he was born in
  • Display of projects about writers of his time
  • Puzzles with characters, main words, events
  • Comics about his Stories
  • Glossary
  • Personal recreation of the stories/tales
  • Stories Caligrams of the stories/tales
  • Dramatized readings
  • Performance of the play

 

TRADITIONAL SONG

  • Spanish Ballads  readings (previous explanation of the Spanish Ballads)
  • Choice of a Spanish Ballad
  • Volunteers for performing in the Choir
  • Rehearsal with piano

It is requested to post each one’s plan, topics and activities on each one’s webpage and send the link to the coordinator, in case you have any difficulty, please send it to Spain to be uploaded on the webpage.

The deadline for this to be done is mid February.

Warning!

It has to be pointed out that there were technical problems: Poland, joined at the beginning, but no sound and no video later, Romania had a background alarm noise, which was annoying us, Turkey tried to invite others, but the coordinator was Bulgaria. As for Bulgaria and Spain it was fine.

What are the points to improve? You need a good microphone, a good camera, a good computer, and a good optical fibre connection. We also need to join the coordinator and not to try to invite when you are not a coordinator. Questions and answers should be used and we should be concise and clear in our presentations.

Thank you for your hard work and for your trial to participate in this videoconference. It is suggested that we celebrate another videoconference around mid February.

 

José Félix Barrio

General Coordinator

 

November 25th, 2014-       Students will have to share the characters peculiarities, ideas for caligrams o drwaings, etc. Bulgaria will coordinate this videoconference using Webex, which continues to be free of use.

The second videoconference was held on June 24th 2014:

Participating countries: Bulgaria, Italy, Poland, Romania, Spain

Agenda:     1. Revision of Official Evaluation Form

                    2. Activities and products situation

                    3. Minutes from Bulgaria and other mobilities

                    4. Partners' proposal (Poland's questions...and others)

                    5. Other concerns

 

SPANISH OAPEE

https://www.educacion.gob.es/socrates/evaasoselec08.jsp

(EUROPEAN SHARED TREASURE)

http://www.oapee-est.es/est/login.php

See videoconference on WebEx

 

The first Video Conference within the Comenius Project was organized by Roerich School in Sofia (Bulgaria) on March 20th, 2014.  The participating countries were: Bulgaria, Italy, Poland, Romania, Spain

 

Videoconference recording (20-03-14)

Grabación de la videoconferencia celebrada el día 20-03-2014

Videoconference Guidelines1 (20-03-2014)

Videoconference procedure (20-03-2014)

Videoconference-School Regulations Guiding Questions (20-03-14)

Videoconference Case Studies (20-03-14)

Videoconference technical reminder (20-03-14)

Shool Regulations Summary at IES Josefina Aldecoa

Democracy Questionnaire Results

Pautas para la Videoconferencia (Sp.)

Evaluation:

Teachers from Poland       Students from Poland 

Teachers from Spain          Students from Spain   

Teachers from Italy             Students from Italy and more students