EUROBOTS 2.0 Class Test

Italian students class test

Have a look at the class test that I've asked my students to complete. It is about our project and our cooperation. I also used some general information about eTwinning in order to test my students. The result was "very good marks"!

Fiorenza Congedo, EFL teacher at ITIS Marconi, Verona, Italy


EUROBOTS 2.0 - Class Test


1. Describe your role during your class project.
2. Do you know how many groups worked on the project? What did they do?
3. What is eTwinning? Match the following questions with the right answer.
1.     What is eTwinning?
2.     What is an eTwinning Project?
3.     What can I do in an eTwinning project?
4.     Do I need to be an advanced ICT user to be involved?
5.     Who can participate?
6.     Which countries are part of eTwinning?
_______ You can work on any topic you and your partner wish to work on. Projects should have a good balance of ICT use and classroom activities, and should preferably fit into the national curricula of the schools participating in the project.
_______ eTwinning applies to the Member States of the European Union: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Overseas territories and countries are also eligible. In addition, Croatia, Iceland, Norway, Switzerland and Turkey can also take part.
_______ eTwinning is the Community for schools in Europe. Teachers from all participating countries can register and use the eTwinning online tools (the Portal and the Desktop) to find each other, meet virtually, exchange ideas and practice examples, team up in Groups, learn together in Learning Events and engage in online-based projects.
_______ Definitely not! One of the objectives of eTwinning is to improve teachers’ abilities in ICT and to make it part of daily life in the classroom. eTwinning caters to all levels of ICT knowledge.
_______ Schools from at least two schools from at least two different European countries create a project and use Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to carry out their work. As schools communicate and collaborate via the Internet, there are no grants or administrative conditions connected to the scheme and face-to-face meetings are not required.
_______ An eTwinning project can be carried out by two or more teachers, teams of teachers or subject departments, librarians, head teachers and pupils from schools across Europe. Collaboration can be within the same subject or cross-curricular through the use of ICT. Pre-school, primary, secondary and upper secondary schools can all participate (age range of pupils, 3-19).
What is the TwinSpace?
5. What do you know about the eTwinning partner schools of the project? Would you like to visit them? Why?
6. Did you like working on this class project? Why?
7. What is the most important thing that you have had the opportunity to do/learn during this class activity?
8. Do you have any suggestion for a future class project?




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