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Collaborative Projects work Name and contact information Bent Karkov, Bent.email@example.com
The Kidlink Day Goals 1. Use of ICT- and media based tools in methods of work, where the process is a guideline 2. Use of ICT- to publish digital products 3. Use of electronic platforms on the internet 4. Use acceptable language when online on the internet 5. Strengthen the pupils’ motivation to learn about cultures different from their own as to school, family and other aspects of culture familiar to the age group. The man principle for projects like these is that children should be forced to include and react to other children's’ input. This in mind various projects can be constructed. Danish Junior-pc- driver-license: 1.Learning processes 2.Gathering information 3.Production and analysis 4.Communication 5.Computers and networks
The Kidlink Day Children from around the world write a journal, by the hour, of their activities on a specific day. These journals are published in the organizations area called: Kidspace (kidproj-multi area)Kidspace The journals can have an illustration attached. For children to use this facility a registration is needed. See www.kidlink.orgwww.kidlink.org Be sure to include time for that. It requires the answers of 4 questions, a project in itself. Name and contact information Bent Karkov, Bent.firstname.lastname@example.org
The Kidlink day When writing children will enhance their abilities to: 1. write for a specific purpose - to inform 2. use appropriate style and conventions 3. develope as writers using the writing process having occasions to prewrite, draft, revise and proofread their journal writings. 4. write effectively by considering correctness, completeness, and appropriateness of their text. After writing the journals the children read other children’s descriptions, and use them as material for comparative work and discussions. Examples: 1. locating journal writers on the map, latitude/longitude, hemisphere 2. identifying customs and festivals noted in the journals 3. identifying local foods 4. identifying study habits and values 5. comparing the length of school day in various countries 6. identify subject areas that are favorites and those that are unique to the area. 7. recording, analyzing and comparing weather data and patterns 8. becoming aware that land features help influence recreational activities of students in various parts of the world 9. comparing the kinds of food kids like to eat for meals. 10. observing good health habits mentioned in journals such as dental hygiene recording, organizing and interpreting data 11. comparing standard and metric measurement - daily temperature 12. using percents and fractions to describe daily activity - students spend 10% of their day watching tv and ¼ of the day in school. 13. totalling and averaging the hours of homework classmates are doing on a typical day Children read and comment on other children’s contributions
Example 7:00 I get up and watch television and eat breakfast 8:00 I go to school 8:20 begins the school day, the school headmaster come and tells about optional subjects 9:00 working on computer. I am making a power point presentation about my project. 10:00 Working at computer and reading some texts 11:00 making a power point presentation 12:00 working on computer my project is about cars 13:05 School is over and I go home 14:00 Reading in a book about Beckham 15:00 playing football in the garden 16:00 playing football and buying food whit my mother 17:00 watch television and play on my computer 18:00 Eat dinner 19:00 Play game Boy and watch television 20:00 I watch ?Denmark’s worst car driver? 21:00 I watch television. I see champions league Manchester united vs. FC Porto 22:00 second half starts 22.30 football stops and I go to bed
Comments On Monday April 19, 2004, kidday from international said: You have a really good life! On Monday April 19, 2004, kidday from international said: Hi Dennis, my name is Brittany. I thought your day is pretty good by the sound of it, it sounds like you a pretty big soccer fan. Who is your fav team? Bye From Brittany Yarra Valley Grammar Australia On Monday April 19, 2004, kidday from international said: To Dennis you are lucky you go to bed at 22:30 sounds like a fun day. By Chris Andersen at Yarra Valley Grammar School. On Monday April 19, 2004, kidday from international said: hello denis i believe u live in Denmark.witch footy team do u go for. that's nice is it true that u u finish schoool at 1.00. do u have any sisters or bros. goto go cya justin On Friday April 02, 2004, Silvia from Italy said: Hi I?m Anna! What do you eat for dinner? Your journal is cool! You can write me at Instituto Comprensivo Casalgrande. write me soon.
Danish Junior-it drivers license Learning processes use digital teaching materials and tools, logbook, portfolio experiments and simulation Gathering information internet search, refleksion, databases Production and analysis text production, spreadsheet, pictures, sound, video Communication Computers and networks personal work tool Danish Junior-it drivers license English information 1.Operational competence 2. Comprehension competence 3. Reflexion competence Forms of evaluation: 1.Dialogue with the pupils 2.Problem solving 3.Digital portfolio 4.Test of competenses 5.Process description in a log 6.Assessment of it- and media products 7.Daily impressions