Σάββατο, 26 Δεκεμβρίου 2009

Χρόνια Πολλά & Ευτυχισμένα


Και επειδή δε χάνουμε την οικολογική μας συνείδηση και τους στόχους μας ούτε τις γιορτινές μέρες, απολαύστε την ακόλουθη παρουσίαση με πρωταγωνιστές τις ..... ΦΑΛΑΙΝΕΣ ΜΠΑΛΕΝΕΣ (Rorquals) σε πλήρη οθόνη (ρυθμίζοντας τον ήχο):

Joyeux Noël et Bonne Année


Καλές γιορτές - Καλά Χριστούγεννα και ευτυχισμένη η καινούρια χρονιά 2010 για όλους μας!

Παρασκευή, 27 Νοεμβρίου 2009

Πέμπτη, 19 Νοεμβρίου 2009

Whispering Wind and Dolphins

Step 6. We research the results


RESULTS OF THE SURVEY:

We have downloaded the excel page from the site of the french school with their results and we are preparing to send them our own greek results from 20 questionnaires.



Step 5. Question people

The questionnaires are ready.

We have already translated it in Greek. The teacher made photocopies of the questionnaire and each student will question 2 people in this survey. We have shared already the photocopies in order to be filled in by our parents, classmates and friends. We are expecting the results!

Step 4. Conducting a Small Survey




Step 4: Working together conducting a small survey...

The french team (co-ordinator school) made in english a questionnaire for a survey about rivers, seas and oceans.

Sea animals' presentation

Researching Sea related Info

The Sea Creatures:


Sea, Oceans and Rivers

Sustainable Sea: Our partners

Sustainable Sea

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By Jim Gian... and Kosta Gavr......

Τετάρτη, 11 Νοεμβρίου 2009

Details about our partners

We participate to the eTwinning program "Sustainable Sea". You can find details about our partners in the presentation below:

Sustainable Sea-Our partners

A work of Thanos and Kostas

Πέμπτη, 15 Οκτωβρίου 2009

Sustainable Seas - Rivers and our Partners

Sustainable Sea

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By Fabio and Jenny

The Rivers, the seas, the towns and the countries of our project's partners





Σάββατο, 3 Οκτωβρίου 2009

Step 3 - SΕΑ in GENERAL

STEP 3. RESEARCHING SEA RELATED INFORMATION.

  1. Define the terms looking at Wild England (url):
    Sea Creatures, Saltwater Fish(1), Mammals (2), Saltwater Molluscs (3), Shellfish (4), Sea Reptiles (5)
  2. Find some pictures from the above species (url1, url2, url3, url4, url5a, url5b)
  3. Paint the above sea animals and add some text using PAINT & WORD APPLICATIONS
  4. Connect to the blog and put your contribution there
  5. Connect to the communication area of your virtual class and write a text about the animals of the sea as on the project schedule.

Step 2 - STUDENTS' INTRODUCTION

SEPTEMBER 2009 : STEP 2. STUDENTS' INTRODUCTION.


Introducing yourself is a significant moment and an opportunity to establish new contacts! Each student wrote a text of 100 words about her/himself and put it in the COMMUNICATION AREA of the virtual class.

Step 1- STUDENTS' TRAINING.

SEPTEMBER 2009 : STUDENTS' TRAINING.


Students read the students users' manual and open the TRAINING AREA of their virtual class in order to learn how to use the virtual learning environments WITHOUT DAMAGING SOMEONE'S ELSE CONTRIBUTION.

Step 0 - TEACHERS' TIME

AUGUST 2009
TEACHER'S TIME :The water that flows close to our living place runs to the sea.
Indeed, the teacher in charge took 3 photos with a digital camera whose theme will be: water in your town : the closest river or lake or the nearby sea if you live by the seaside.
Also she wrote a 50-WORD TEXT in the English language to present these 3 photos and gave the name of the sea and sent them to the teacher managing the project in France.


The Greek Team has already sent 3 photos following by the text below:


Kifissos…The Athens River

Kifissos is the longest river in Athens. It comes from the natural hub of Penteli and Parnitha mountains. It dichotomises the capital city and our suburb as well and finally ends in Saronic Gulf close to Moschato – Faliro area.

The river Kifissos was source of life for the vast, fertile plain. According to ancient Greek mythology, Kifissos was the river God who presided over the largest river of the Athenian plain. Its form was shown on the fronts of the Parthenon.

It caused most of the wealth of Attica and of Athens but a big part of its beauty was lost due to the big and the brutal "abuse" by the inhabitants. At the beginning of 2007 some groups began a major campaign to save the river. “Kifissos is still breathing; will we save it? – It can be done...”.

Kifissos River runs down to the Saronic Gulf to the Aegean Sea towards the MEDITERRANEAN SEA.

Introduction-Εισαγωγή

WKTO MOBILE COLLABORATIVE LEARNING

Virtual Learnig Environment


Sustainable Sea is an eTwinning program organized by Mr. Bernard Garcin of Lucee Polyvalent d'Oiselet near Grenoble France. One of its basic aims is to generate an ongoing relationship between language learners from different cultures within the framework of a VIRTUAL CLASS.


By operating in a real context, pupils understand the need for working with foreign languages, they see that it is possible to work together and to learn how to write a professional-style report. The students hve to learn how to organize an international survey and to talk about sustainable development using information and communication technologies.


The students are between 16 and 20 years old from high schools and colleges of further education who are not native English speakers.


The assignment will follow 11 steps during this school year 2009-2010.