7th Primary School of Agii Anargiri, Greece (Ms Thalia Hadzigiannoglou) Scoala cu clasele I-VIII Nr.4 Nr.5 Gheorghe Magheru, Caracal, Romania (Mr Dan Nicolaita) Partner Schools:

OSNOVNA KOLA BARTULA KAIA, ZADAR, CROATIA (Ms KSENIJA VIDMARNINCEVIC "Demetrion" B Primary School of Pafos, Paphos, Cyprus (Mr Nikolaos Lekkos) ZEsp Szk nr 3 Dbrowa Grnicza, Dbrowa Grnicza, Poland (Magdalena Kucharczyk) Battonyai Szent Istvn ltalnos Iskola, Battonya, Hungary (Ms Orsolya Lengyel)

Szkoa Podstawowa nr 24 im. Jana Marcina Szancera, Czstochowa, Poland (Ms Beata Janus-Lewczyska) Ojra Vciea Gaujienas vidusskola, Gaujiena, Latvia (Ms Ingrida Traude-akova) Agrupamento Vertical Fernando Casimiro Pereira da Silva, Portugal (Ms Anabela Brgida) School no. 29 \\"Mihai Viteazul\\" Constanta, Constanta, Romania (Ms Corina Ghita)

Szkola Podstawowa w Mstowie, Mstw, Poland (Ms Magorzata Porbiska) Class: 5th Grade (E1) Duration: 4-7months Working Language:English

Course: EFL (English as a Foreign Language) Aim: It is important for our culture that children mature into altruistic adults who are able and willing to contribute their share and beyond for the common good. Thus, using EFL and ICT, we will attempt to make our

students realise that in all areas of human endevour, famous people have shaped our understanding and practice of the field. Objectives (Blooms taxonomy): Cognitive Students will:

Improve their native as well as foreign language skills. Learn about famous people in other European countries. Identify the principles of fame for people who contributed positively to the society. Affective Students will:

Develop a positive stance towards ICT, native as well as EFL language. Value personality traits that contribute to the common good. Be open to the introduction of the European dimension within the school setting. Psychomotor Students will:

Develop their ICT and artistic skills. Methodology The steps descibed below will be used for the project implementation:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

6. 7. 8. 9.

In groups or in pairs students think about an area they have a fascination for (eg. music, sports). Alternatively, an interest inventory might be used. Students use tp create concept maps of people they belong to their favourite area.

They select the persons to write about. Using they make a beautiful word cloud with the names of people they are going to work with. Alternatively, they make a slide presentation of the famous persons. Students search the Internet to collect biographical information and

photos about the person they selected. They also find information regarding the historical era the famous person lived. Students use a specially developed graphic organizer to depict and record information about the person. Each students work is bound in a book.

Students complete a puzzle mural that lists the principles of fame in the shape of puzzle pieces. They also make puzzles of the famous people they studied. Students are photographed with their books.


Computer Camera Worksheets Puzzle Mural


Puzzles of famous people Slide presentation of famous people Book: Principles of fame

Collaborative quiz of famous people. Evaluation The project evaluation will be based on Kirkpatricks model. Students will be given a questionnaire aiming at providing answers to

the following questions: Did they like the project? (Reactions) What did they learn? (Learning) Will they use what they learnt? (Transfer of knowledge) Will they change? What is the impact to the school setting?

(Result) ROI (Return on Investment). How will the school benefit from the students involvement in the project? Our Activities

First we present the information on: 1. The famous person 2. The historical era This information was collected from Wikipedia and adapted to the students needs and educational background.

We examined 2 people from ancient times (Socrates and Plato), 2 from medieval times (Cyril and Methodius & St John Chrysostom) and 5 from modern times (Kiki Dimoula, Manolis Andronikos, Georgios Seferis, Maria Callas and Melina Merkouri) Then, we present:

1.The completed worksheets and 2. The students work StudentsBooks

Famous People from ancient Times Socrates Worksheets Our completed worksheet

StudentsWork StudentsWork

Plato Worksheets The completed worksheet StudentsWork

StudentsWorksheets Famous Greek People from Medieval Times

Cyril and Methodius Worksheet Our completed worksheet StudentsWork

St John Chrysostom Worksheet Our completed worksheet

StudentsWork Famous Greek People from Modern Times Kiki Dimoula Worksheets

Studentswork Studentswork

Melina Merkouri Worksheet Our completed worksheet Students Work

Manolis Andronikos Worksheet Our completed worksheet

StudentsWork StudentsWork Giorgios Seferis Worksheet

Our completed worksheet StudentsWork

StudentsWork Maria Kallas Worksheet StudentsWork

StudentsWork Our Evaluation Answer the following questions:

Did you like the project (Circle)? Yes, I did

No, I didnt If no, explain why:____________________________ What did you learn? (write 2-3 sentences in Greek or in English) ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________

Will you use what you learnt (Circle)? Yes, I will No, I wont If yes, say how (in Greek or in English)______________________________ How did the project help you? (write 2-3 sentences in Greek or in English)

________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ Thank you for your cooperation Our Principles of Fame

Projects Snapshots Projects Snapshots

See our joint quiz and our on-line puzzles on Principles of fame:People of my country that made a positive contribution to the world in the projects twinspace

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