Presentation on theme: "Comenius Project A Vision For Europe In The 21st Century Evaluation of The Third Meeting In Czestochowa /Poland,September 22-28."— Presentation transcript:
Comenius Project A Vision For Europe In The 21st Century Evaluation of The Third Meeting In Czestochowa /Poland,September 22-28
On Sunday (22.09.2013) All partners arrived at Czetochowa at different times. Polish partners met the guests at the airport and brought them to Czestochowa by bus. Students were met by host students and their parents and taken to host families Teachers accommodated in the Mercure Hotel.
All Comenius partners and students had a visit in the Cyprian Kamil Norwid Secondary School.. A tour of the school was given by the Polish partners and Polish students.
The headmaster of the school, Krzysztof Warchowiac welcomed the guests in his room.
A guided tour around Jasna Gora – the most important historic monument and place of worship in Czestochowa.
Welcome dinner for Comenius partners. The Headmaster, the Head Vice Principal and the Vice Principal joined the dinner.
On Tuesday (24.09.2013) Polish Game ‘Mushroom Hunting’was played by all partner students in the school auditorium.
Project activities ‘Songs and Slogans of the Revolution’ Each school presented their slide show on a revolutionary event from their history supported by protest song as a background information.
Each country presented a song connected with the chosen event. A part of the song was taught and sung by all the participants. Students used their national melodies to create a new song. They wrote new lyrics in their native languages.
All Comenius partners performed Friedrich Schiller’s “Ode to Joy” together, sung by the partners in their respective mother languages. The German music teacher joined the song by playing the piano.
Work of art A common work of art was created containing the representations of all the revolutionary events. The work of art combined the techniques of collage and painting. Students also sticked some pictures related to their revolution.
Panel discussion Two students from each country took part in a panel discussion on ‘The role of the youth in revolution times and the role of the event in the country’s history. The host country provided a chairperson responsible for leading the discussion and collecting the conclusions from the participants.
Teachers’ meeting after the lunch Doubts and clarifications about next project activities. --Energies of the Future --Scrap Design --Legislation for youth --Biodiversity Overview of responsibilities of each country Interim Report feedback from each National Agency A short film about consumerism was watched
On Wednesday (25.09.2013) A visit at the Wieliczka Salt Mine with a guide
A trip to the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum in Oswiecim. A guided tour around the former concentration camp.
On Thursday (26.09.2013) Project activities ‘Young Meet Old in the school auditorium. Each country let the partners watch their interview with old people in the Nursing Home. A student from each country read the essay on their solutions to overcome the generation gap.
Students created a cartoonish poster based on their solutions how to overcome the generation gap.
Celebrations of the School Patron’s Day in the Sports Hall.
A trip to Olsztyn to visit ruins of an mediaeval castle. Chicken and sausage barbecue in a restaurant.
On Friday (27.09.2013) A day trip to Cracow, the cultural capital of Poland. A guided tour at the Wawel Castle and in the Old Town.
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