It’s been a very interesting curriculum and I’m proud of you: you’ve learned a lot!
These are your answers to this question:
And, as for the future…
As for the Community Action Project, most of you have valued it positively.
And you reckon you’ve contributed to improve your society thanks to this project.
And some of your answers to the question below:
Thanks for sharing!
Some of your answers to the Global Scholars Evaluation.
I am so glad you enjoyed working on the Global Scholars Project!
Most of you think you’ve improved your production skills (both oral and written) and the majority realize you’ve also improved your digital skills.
Organizing skype sessions is not easy and it’s hard work, but I can see it is worth. 😆
Most of you have liked the digital projects at the end of each unit. 😎
I do agree! Thanks to the Global Scholars Project you get to know more your city and also to learn about other cities and cultures.
And, again, I couldn’t agree more: you can learn to work better in teams while learning at your own pace.
Good to know you’ve liked our Project Blog! 😀
And also the workshop and field trip we planned!
On June 15, 2018 ESO2 students were given their GLOBAL SCHOLARS AWARDS by the School Principal, Ms. Ariadna Daura, and by the Sant Boi Town Hall Education Councillor, Ms Alba Martínez and Sant Boi Ciutat Cooperativa-Molí Nou District Councillor, Mr. Javier López.
It was a nice ceremony in recognition of the students’ hard work this year. The MCs made a great performance explaining everything we had all accomplished.
Congratulations to all and thanks to Ms. Martínez and Mr. López for making a space on her busy calendar and coming to support and congratulate us!
Let’s hope we always remember TO KEEP THINKING GLOBAL TO ACT LOCAL!
Some pics and news of the event below.
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One group prepared a workshop to teach primary school kids (6th grade) at Escola Ciutat Cooperativa: a presentation and a board game. Click on the image to find out!
Since food waste is a huge problem, another group conducted a street survey on food waste and gave out fridge magnets and bookmarks with the motto “Stop food waste”! Click on the image!
Finally, a third group contacted the local food bank and they collected food which is now needed: pasta, legumes and cereal. The food collection was carried out at the high school and in the street.
Check the Peninsula Community Action Projects in our sites.
All groups prepared a workshop to teach primary school kids (5th grade) at Escola Antoni Gaudí.
One group addressed the content of sugar in drinks. Click on the image to find out!
Since food waste is a huge problem, the other two groups felt it was really important to spread the word to stop it!
So, one group gave a presentation on food waste and prepared a board game for kids to learn more about it: a snake & ladders game. If you waste food, you go down; but if you reuse it, you go up! Click on the image to see everything!
Another board game created by the third group in this class was a memory game. The aim of the game was to find matching pairs of food and examples of food reuse. It was a good experience and kids learned about food waste and food reuse and they also learned English food vocabulary. Check it out by clicking on the image!