In Greece, 4 students from Italy, 4 students from Poland, and 4 students from Turkey worked with 70 local Greek students. On Monday during the first project meeting, we presented the work that we had done about the theatrical plays, about the myth of Europe, in order to promote acceptance, and tolerance (here), citizenship, and empathy (here), and skills about reading, writing, and learning new languages (here). Students worked in mixed teams. During the Greek language lessons, students learned some basic vocabulary of every – day words for the different communicative circumstances. They were asking each other questions and answering in English and in the Greek language, so they added the catalog of the words for the dictionary of diversity (here). We laminated pictures and wrote the pronunciation and spelling of the words in each Greek word. The students had to place the laminated words in the correct picture. The students were divided into groups, read each word, understood its interpretation, and placed it in a certain period of time in the correct picture.
Also, students watched the Greek wall panels (press here) and during the English lesson students presented their countries, regions, and their schools, also teachers and students watched the Greekfolklore exhibition. Students and teachers focused on the theatrical plays and we organized it, under the main title “The myth of Europe, the myth of Diversity”. (press here)
On Tuesday we made the History lesson in the ancient Olympia, students learned some basics of Greek history and the Olympic values, and we combined it with European values, especially we focused on the acceptance of the foreigner. Students made some Olympic games. On Wednesday we visited the ancient Ilida, students learned about the ancient theatre, from the past to the nowadays. In mixed teams, they created their own ancient masks, actress, and actresses. They played their acting play about Europe, diversity, acceptance, tolerance. (press here). Students had as a task to take pictures and to upload them to the padlet in order to present them to their classmates in their homeland schools. (press here)
During the ICT lessons, mixed teams of the pupils from the partners worked on the etwinning platform (press here)and the padlet about Greek mobility (press here). Also, students made a web search about the greek legends and create a Kahoot about it, and matched images with the correct answer (press here).
On Thursday during the Art lessons, students created a 3D model of the ancient Ilida‘s theatre. While students were made their 3D model, we make and the Math lessons, students use the 3D model of the ancient Ilida‘s and make measurements of the model, and checked if the model had the correct measurements according to the real object.
Also on Thursday 9th of May partners collaborated and dedicated this day to Europe Day, as they prepared and present a theatrical play about United Europe and the diversity, “The Joyful Meadow”, (press here and here). Learned some basic vocabulary in Greek language and improved their socio-cultural and intercultural ability and as they made new friends from the participant’s countries.
On Friday, the Greek school organized the final farewell ceremony, presented by the Greek students Greek folk dances, costumes. All the students danced Greek dances and dances from their countries. In the night a Greek cultural association “The Roots”, presented from all over the Greece folk dances and costumes. Teachers exchange their final presents and say goodbye.
The activities that we made were aimed at the equity of all humans and human rights. They worked in mixed teams and collaborative in making theatrical plays about European values. They collected information in English and they made a high number of vocabulary and structures.
With the guidance of the Greek student’s participants, students learned about the Olympic and the European values, and respect the differences, accept the diversity. So, in that way, students practiced their English language, vocabulary, and structures.
The activities that we made were aimed at the equity of all humans and human rights. They worked in mixed teams and collaborative in making theatrical plays about European values. With the guidance of the Greek student’s participants, students learned about the Olympic and the European values, and respect the differences, accept the diversity. So, in that way, students practiced their English language, vocabulary, and structures. Learned some basic vocabulary in the Greek language and improved their socio-cultural and intercultural ability and as they made new friends from the participant’s countries. They collected information in English and they made a high number of vocabulary and structures. The theatrical acts that we played grown-up the tolerance and the acceptance of the different. Students worked in teams from all participants’ countries. Students learned from their participation in the theatrical plays and the activities in the art lessons, that all humans are different but equals, that’s why we called our main product “The Myth of Diversity”. Students combined theatrical play with the Olympic values and European values. The activities and the visiting’s that we organized were based in the multidisciplinary since they covered multiple areas subjects (reading, writing, math, history, arts, dance, sports), activities such as collaborative learning in order to promote solidarity, civil and social responsibility, iner-personal and intercultural abilities. Students improved their experience with ICT and also had the opportunity to put into practice their English language, vocabulary, structures, as they collected information in English and they made a high number of vocabulary and structures.