Name
Challenging the Unknown
Topic
Europeana
Learning time
Designed time
6 hours
Size of class
average 15 in each countries
Description
f Students in each class (Austria, Finnland, Hungary) will be divided in 6 groups and each will be given one of the topics in: http://exhibitions.europeana.eu/exhibits/show/europe-america-en/europe-america The groups with the same topics will get to know each other and interact in planning their project. The goal is to compare the experiences between countries and produce a presentation including the work of all 3 subgroups. Each group will have a group name and a logo(they can vote on the best one using tricider)..The presentation should include a Europeana photo/text/video based activity with a worksheet(QR codes, puzzles), an interview with an expert, shooting a short film about their own topic in their native language, a common Kahoot quiz at the end.
Aims
Working with students in other European countries, Work in a groups, pairs develop better communication with their peers - organize skype conferences, Developing their organizational and research skills Critical thinking, problem solving, interpretation, synthesizing information Research skills and practices, interviewing experts Creativity, curiosity, imagination Communication skills, public speaking and presenting, listening Teamwork, collaboration, cooperation in using virtual workspaces Global awareness, multicultural literacy
Outcomes
Knowledge
Editor
katilorincz
1. Introduction - presenting the project, telling the aims, getting acquainted with Europeana home page ;
45 minutes)
  • Read Watch Listen
    20
    15
    1
    Explain the aims of the project; show them the home page; Game with searching Europeana country related items (puzzles etc)
  • Collaborate
    5
    3
    0
    creating groups; brainstorming - what is the first word which springs into your mind when talking about immigration to America: choosing the topic for the groups;
  • Investigate
    20
    0
    getting familiar with the topic; reading the text, looking at the photos;
Notes:
Homework: google doc. names, emails, contacts
Resources linked: 0
2. Intercultural Collaboration - students get in contact (social media, skype, google etc)
45 minutes)
  • Collaborate
    45
    0
    The students already got into contact with each other; skype session with questions we prepared with the the students before. - personal info - school - topic
Notes:
Resources linked: 0
3. Investigate - choose their picture, sub topic, search for datas
45 minutes)
  • Investigate
    45
    3
    0
    Pick a picture - find out as much as you can, what is the story behind (invent a story); Search the internet for data connected to the picture, search the Europeana for related photos, post cards.
Notes:
Resources linked: 0
4. Tools - presenting them the tools they can use; Blabberize, QR code, Puzzle, Vangoyurself, Gifcreator,
45 minutes)
  • Read Watch Listen
    15
    0
    The teacher presents the tools and sets the tasks: they have to choose at least one app to use.
  • Practice
    30
    0
    Working on the apps, choosing the best one.
Notes:
Resources linked: 0
5. Producing - 6 Padlet Walls with the results of the apps
45 minutes)
  • Produce
    45
    0
Notes:
Resources linked: 0
6. Discussion - assessment - reading the work of our group mates, leaving comments;
45 minutes)
  • Discuss
    20
    0
  • Investigate
    25
    0
    Finalizing the searching for presentation
Notes:
Resources linked: 0
7. Production- creating
45 minutes)
  • Produce
    45
    0
    Compiling the presentation putting it on padlet wall
Notes:
Resources linked: 0
8. Evaluation - Final skype meeting - oral assessment from peers and teacher
45 minutes)
  • Read Watch Listen
    30
    0
  • Discuss
    15
    0
Notes:
Resources linked: 0

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