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Gold Rules of Good Behavior Evaluation

Collaboration between teachers from partner schools:


-    writing regular e-mails
-    communicating by Skype
-    discussing general plan
-    discussing work details
-    sharing pedagogical experiences
-    updating data and other materials on Twinspace and Project Diary
-    sharing power point presentations, videos, pictures, texts and other materials
-    exchanging information about new computers programs and ICT tools
-    giving support and help in any project difficulties
-    applying for Quality Label


Collaboration between students:


-    video conferencing and exchanging virtual presents
-    creating songs and poems
-    questioning parents, analyzing their answer and writing conclusions
-    making common photo stories, videos, power point presentations and others
-    common story writing
-    discussing school problems by using chat
-    writing comments
-    making common project about different ways of helping people
-    sharing quizzes, crosswords, e-cards, and games and other materials
-    interviewing people and creating the common  magazine
-    conducting the Logo Contest
-    creating Gold Rules    


Benefits


Children
-    find the border between good and bad behavior
-    learn how to behave in a society, be tolerant and respect adults
-    acquire positive models of behavior
-    make new friendship
-    become aware of different European cultures
-    acquire knowledge and understanding of global behavior problems
-    develop linguistic competence in using English language
-    learn how to use new computer tools and develop their ICT skills
-    are creative and motivated
-    cooperate in groups actively
-    look for different sources of information
-    learn new solutions by exchanging materials and experiences
-    have fun and pleasure and spend their time in a very useful way


Collaboration with others

 

-    presenting project materials to parents and local society
-    involving parents and local residents into the project
-    cooperating with school management and other teachers during the project work
 

 

 
Do you want to hear the opinions of some  pupils from Sant Josep School in Navàs who participated in the project?
 
 

 

 

NOW, YOU CAN HAVE A LOOK AT THE EVALUATION SHEET THEY FILLED IN AND THEIR OPINIONS

 

 EVALUATION - click here

 

"A project like this only occurs once in your life", by Jordi B.

"This project will help us when we grow older", by Marc T.

"We had great time with all our Polish friends", by Mireia M

"I learnt a lot because I practised English and learnet how to be a better person too" by Francesc

"I 'd like to meet the students from Poland because we didn't have so much time to know each other", Mercè

"After doing this project, I'd like to participate in another eTwinning project".

 


Dear Friends! People's opinions are very important for us!

 

Monika Fryda (Kraśna) finished undergraduate studies at Colledge of Economy  in Bydgoszcz (July 2012) and got a Bachelor's Degree from English studies.

In her thesis she described the main chracteristics, aims, roles and types of projects.

One of the thesis three chapters is devoted to our eTwinning project "Gold rules of good behavior".

We present some of the fragments of Monika's thesis where you can read introduction, a short decription of this project and an interview with Irena Głowińska (project coordinator). You can also find out pupils' opinions about this project (questionnaire - Gębice School) and finally read the author's conclusions.

 

A PROJECT AS A MODERN TECHNIQUE OF TEACHING

 

open file - click here

 

Special gratitude for Monika Fryda for the cooperation

and possibility of presenting these materials


We would also like to express our strong satisfaction that our eTwinning project has been an inspiration for young students in the process of studying English

 

Here we present project eveluation by pupils from Gębice Primary School

 

 

 

 

During the project work....

 

 

 

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