E-Twinning Projects


Let Us Open Our Hearts on Africa

Foreign Participating School:
Zespół Szkół Ponadgimnazjalnych nr 3 w Mysłowicach (Poland)

The project focuses on Africa and its issues.  Throughout a period of eight months (October 08 – May 09) through various means and ways, students get aware of various aspects of the African continent such as its:

  • geography,
  • culture and customs,
  • educational system,
  • health,
  • armed conflicts,
  • humanitarian aid,
  • emigration toward Europe
  • hunger and poverty.

However the project did not stop there!  Students from both countries were determined to make their respective schoolmates aware of the difficulties many African countries are encountering.   

To accomplish this, the Polish partners besides showing all the presentations students created in groups (both ours and theirs) to the rest of the school, organised a charity auction in January.  Different items which students brought were auctioned and the sum of almost 2000 zł was raised. Money was given to an organisation called WATATU and will be passed to a missionary organisation to build a primary school in Ruanda.

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Furthermore Maltese students did setup a notice board in one of the school halls and regularly they put material on the project. Presentations were also displayed during an open day at our school to make everyone here aware too. 

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Topic Group  
Geography of Africa:
Elisa Caruana - Josianne and Marica Formosa - Rebecca Galea
African Culture:
Anna Grech – Rebecca Attard, Marta Curmi – Tanisha Vella
 
Armed Conflicts:
Alannah Bonello - Victoria Cremona - Amy Rapa
 
Education:
Chelsie Cefai
Humanitarian Aid:
Anna Marie Fava - Maria Pace - Lara Rapa
 
Immigration:
Janet Zerafa - Chantelle Dimech - Corinne Cassar
 

This project was awarded first prize in the category for secondary schools during the
National eTwinning Awards competition.

Well done to all 3 Liedna participants!



Be My Guide

Foreign Participating School:
College Jean de Vilar, Paris

Initially students already got to know each other through email exchange and a video-conference session during which they discussed various apects of interest such as:

  • Respective schools systems
  • Cultures and Origins,
  • Clothes and Fashion,
  • Christmas Traditions etc.
  • Villages they come from

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From then onwards, students (from both schools) took the role of a tourist guides! In groups they gathered information through various means (visits, published material, websites, visiting places, taking photos, video-clips) about touristic spots in their region. Then they presented it in a multimedia format and delivered it to their partners.

On Friday 29th May, students from both schools had the opportunity to ask questions to each other through another video conference session. In this way they were able to clarify and get more details about different places of interest in their respective regions.

 




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