Presentation on theme: "WORLD HERITAGE WORLD HERITAGE IN HUNGARYHUNGARY A COMENIUS PROJECT FOR SZENT BENEDEK BILINGUAL PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLCOMENIUS PROJECTSZENT BENEDEK."— Presentation transcript:
WORLD HERITAGE WORLD HERITAGE IN HUNGARYHUNGARY A COMENIUS PROJECT FOR SZENT BENEDEK BILINGUAL PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLCOMENIUS PROJECTSZENT BENEDEK BILINGUAL Designed by BALÁZS DICSŐ-ERDŐDI firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com while reading listen to Márta SebestyénMárta Sebestyén
CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION 2. THE MISSION POSSIBLE 2. THE MISSION 3. THE PROCESS 3. SOURCES AND SUGGESTIONS 3. SOURCES AND SUGGESTIONS 4. EVALUATION 5. CONCLUSION 6. CREDITS AND REFERENCES
1. INTRODUCTION Dear Szent Benedek Secondary School Students! Imagine yourselves in the shoes of a foreigner, who wants to learn about Budapest, the city where you live in, and the natural and constructed beauties of Hungary. Your challenge is to catch their attention and show them why Hungary is a unique land in the world. All that is required is groupwork and creativity together with oral skills to present your masterpiece in Tallin in May, 2010. Your groups of three can present in English: posters, paintings, music, videos, present and past segments on any segment of a world heritage site which you visited recently.Tallin I wish you good luck on your journey that helps the journey of others who are curious about Hungarian culture and the landscape of the Carpathian basin.
2. THE MISSION POSSIBLE The choice is all yours how to present Hungarian World Heritage of Budapest, Pécs, Hortobágy or Lake Fertő (in German Neusiedlersee). World Heritage of BudapestPécsHortobágyLake Fertő In Budapest your choices include the Castle District, the Danube Embankment and the Andrássy Avenue. In Pécs, the European Capital of Culture in 2010 the early Christian Necropolis. In the Hortobágy National Park you can present the westernmost Eurasian steppe region. At lake Fertő present Europe’s largest salt lake and its environment.
2. THE MISSION Your presentation should involve all three participants of your group and be no more than 15 minutes. You have many possible approaches at your disposal: Artistic: act out a part of the World Heritage site’s history in costume or modern outfit Scholarly: make a research and form a publication with visual aids on a individual, building, street, landscape, species of plant or animal and show why your choice is special to the world. Movie oriented: You can make a cartoon, a documentary or a movie about your favourite World heritage site. Naturalist, ecological: show how nature, flora and fauna, altered or remained intact in Hungary in our World Heritage. Oral: write a short story or a poem, a piece of literature or music that describes your choice the best and act it out Sensual: Give it all to the senses (food, costumes, parfume) specific to a region (Hortobágy, Fertő-Hanság) but be precise in documenting it. Visual: make a poster, painting or collage using any material you consider appropriate. All tools are welcomed as long as you bring a fresh and original point of view to the Hungarian world heritage sites.
3. THE PROCESS 1. Form three-some groups. 2. Decide which field you like most: scholarly, artistic, writing based, visual, speech-based, movie oriented or naturalist. 3. Brainstorm your ideas and write down the initial thoughts. 4. Choose the ideas which have the most accessible sources and are possible to finish on time. 5. Divide the tasks among yourselves (one does research, other does the visual parts and the third makes the music, or one describes and analyses the natural site, another argues for conservation and the other presents how tourism is supposed to utilise our natural wonders). 6. Have a thorough search on the internet and in the library before you make your work. 7. Discuss your work-in-progress once a week with your English and history teacher. 8. Set your deadline, the final versions have to be ready by 16 March, 2010. 9. Then you have to present your creative work in front of the class, where the teacher and the class will decide about the best creations and performances. 10. Once you won, you can start packing your stuff for a trip to Tallin, Estonia and enjoy being there.
3. SOURCES AND SUGGESTIONS World Heritage of Hungary – Architectural heritage Hungarian world heritage sites Budapest Museums World Heritage sites A selection of doorwaysdoorways House of Mai Manó House of Mai Manó on Andrássy Avenue Branczik Márta – Demeter Zsuzsanna: Budapesti Építkezések Állomásai (Stations of Constructions in Budapest), Fekete Sas Könyvkiadó, Budapest, 2007 Jalsovszky Katalin-Tomsics Emőke: Budapest az ikerfőváros 1860-1890 (Budapest the Twin Capital), Helikon Kiadó, Budapest, 2003 Lukacs John: Budapest 1900, Bilingual edition, Európa Kiadó, Budapest, 2004 Ráday Mihály ed.: Budapest teljes utcanévlexikona (The Complete Street Lexicon of Budapest), Sprinter Kiadó, Budapest, 2003 Pécs World Heritage sites BBC about Pécs Paleochristian cemetary Pécs culture in advertisementculture in advertisement Pécs photo gallery Boros László – Kalmár Lajos: A pécsi bazilika és a város ókeresztény emlékei (The Basilica of Pécs and the Early Christian Sites of the City), Alexandra Kiadó, Pécs, without year Soós Péter: Barangolások hazai tájakon II. (Travels on Home Soil), p. 251-258, Buk Kft., Budapest, 1994
3. SOURCES AND SUGGESTIONS World Heritage of Hungary – Natural heritage Hortobágy Hortobágy and the puszta magicpuszta magic The puszta Hortobágy National Park Hortobágy photo gallery Hortobágy Máta Stud Park Hortobágy Máta Stud Park and Gene Preservation Hortobágy Bird Hospital 3D TourBird Hospital 3D Tour Ecsedi Zoltán ed.: A Hortobágy madárvilága (The Birds of Hortobágy), Hortobágy Természetvédelmi Egyesület, Balmazúváros-Szeged, 2004 Soós Péter: Barangolások hazai tájakon I. (Travels on Home Soil), p. 513-520, Buk Kft., Budapest, 1994 Lake Fertő (Neusiedlersee) Encyclopedic Neusiedler See Unesco cultural landscape explanation Lake Fertő biosphere reserve Lake Fertő nature and developmentnature and development Fertő-Hanság region World Heritage problems Soós Péter: Barangolások hazai tájakon II. (Travels on Home Soil), p. 346-353, Buk Kft., Budapest, 1994
4. EVALUATION Expert guides to Hungarian World Heritage Experienced guidesRough GuidesVisitors ParticipationAll three students were active and eager in the creation, making and presentation of the project. Students participated in the creation making and presentation of the project. Students at times had an interest in the making of the project. Students didn`t get into making the project. Points25-20 points19-17 points16-14 points13 - Presented Work The presented project is compact, creative, shows full knowledge of the area covered and the media used and has high quality English. The presented project was good, had knowledge of the area covered and used properly the media and had a good quality English. The presented project was patchy, had some knowledge of the area and the media used and a below average quality English. The presented project was not thought over, had not much knowledge of the area and the medias chosen with a weak quality. Points25-20 points19-17 points16-14 points13 -
4. EVALUATION Expert guides to Hungarian World Heritage Experienced guidesRough GuidesVisitors Team workThe students divided the work well and efficiently worked to the best of their knowledge and completed each other. The students divided the work and worked together and helped each other. The students could agree on sharing some work, at times helped each other. Students could not work together and the work is not complete. Points25-20 points19-17 points16-14 points13 - Oral presentation Each student had a part in the presentation, which was clear, presented in a well-sructured way with a clear command of English. Students didn`t participate in the presentation to the same degree, the presentation was structured with a good command of English. Students shared the presentation at times, had a presentation with a below average English. Presentation did not take place or was not structured, did not share work and the English was not understandable. Points25-20 points19-17 points16-14 points13 - Overall points100-8079-6867-5655-
5. CONCLUSION By the time you have finished your Comenius World Heritage project on Hungary, you might have learnt more about your working partners, about the techniques you used for your presentations and not least about the unique built and natural environment that surrounds you in Hungary. It was also an aim to show your expertise in class and present your knowledge in an enjoyable and attractive way in English. Once you mastered group work and presentation in English, in the future you will be able to research and share ideals that matter for you all over the world. You might have also realised that the journey and experience has probably been at least as rewarding as your team’s final product. Congratulations for all your activity, research and efforts!
6. CREDITS AND REFERENCES For the outline and structure I owe debt to webquest.webquest The pictures were taken by the designer. The links and books are clearly marked, for the hypertexts just click and open the internet site. When you finished browsing you can return to this presentation.