Comenius Project 2009-2011

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Historical Relations Between Our Countries

This work has been done in the following way:

Three groups of students were formed, with students from each partner country in each group.   Students worked in groups in four sessions of three hours each (1 session of ice-breaking activities and 3 sessions to prepare the product of their common work). The host school (Bulgarian school) organised the ice-breaking session for each group and provided the 3 groups with separate computer rooms for their work during the 3 work sessions. The task of each group for the work sessions was to prepare a PowerPoint presentation concerning the assigned subject:

Group number one: Historical Relations Between Our Countries in the middle ages
Group number two: Historical Relations Between Our Countries in the Early Modern Era
Group number three: Historical Relations Between Our Countries from 1789 to NOWADAYS

The presentations were presented to all the participants on a separate day as the final product of the meeting. Each group had 30 minutes to present its work. The quality of the presentations were assessed by all the participants of the programme (teachers and students) using a special questionnaire during the presentation, which was elaborated by the Bulgarian team in charge of this work.

After these three presentations there was a longer break and then students meet in national groups in order to discuss their assessment of the presentations. Every national team had to reach an agreement on the final assessment (number of points) they assigned to every presentation. The national teams had 15 minutes for this discussion. The agreed points from the questionnaires were calculated and the winning team was given a reward.

This is the product of this comm on work

   PowerPoint presentation of the Final Product
   Explanations of students to the slides
Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 April 2010 18:43