C1 Short-term exchanges of groups of pupils 03-2021 Let me introduce traditional crafts

• sum up of first project period (September 2020 -March 2021)
• pupils from hosting school will introduce school and town to the guests
• meet colleagues from School Erasmus clubs from other partners schools
• meet penpalls face to face
• exchange of handmade CRAFTS maps (P9) and organizing exhibition of those maps within hosting school
• The project CRAFTS map (P47)-a map of Europe on canvas, all partner countries with their symbols and significant crafts will be marked/painted there. The map will travel from school to school. Map will be created step by step according to the hosting country. This time the general Europe map will be created and then the Polish part.
• Members of Erasmus club will establish "Pilgrim Diary" (P46) (handwritten book) to map everyday Erasmus Clubs´ work during each short-term exchange.
• Students participating in short-term exchanges will be in charge of keeping track in the diary - a book will be established, children will describe their experience from short-term exchanges in it. The other way of keeping track the mobilities is going to be video diary. Video will be placed on the project website.
• After the short term exchange the book will stay in the hosting institution whose Erasmus club members will write there some project events description or stories connected to project (P46).
• All of the participants taking part in short-term exchange are going to visit local industry and also experience local traditional craft. These to excursions will be prepared by the hosting school.
• Pupils with their teachers will make "My Erasmus+ experience" collages.They will be displayed at each school after arrival home. Collages photos will be displayed on project websites.
• Collage is main outcome from each short -term exchange. We would like to make a simple ,,handmade artefact" from each STE. (P48)
• Practical usage of multilanguage dictionary (P 10, P 17)
• Exchange of good practise based on Ordinary (P 11) and Sample lessons (P12).Teachers and pupils will take part in dissemination during short-term exchange.Students will get unique opportunity to experience different styles of teaching from teachers from other partners schools.Teachers will exchange worksheets and experience, too. Lessons will be focused on traditional crafts.
• Exhibition of crafted material from Ordinary lesson at hosting school(P11)
• Each partner´s school will write a report in own language for local press
• Awarding the winner of the logo competition(P2)
• Participants of short -term exchanges will be also included to normal school flow, but there is no point to disturb everyday school lessons. The hosting school is completly responsible for organising the short- term exchange.

P20 - 03-2021

Ordinary lesson II.
Organising ordinary lesson with the project topic - "Let´s play with history“. We aim to introduce traditional tools in own country. Each school will organise practicall workshop with traditional tools. Merchandised products with CRAFT topic as well as the project logo will be produced during ordinary lessons. We will use the merchandised products for an exhibition which will take place in order to inform the local community and pupils´parents about our project and about TRADITIONAL CRAFTS. The CLIL lesson will be used. This lesson will focus on the reading literacy, geography and history. The materials produced during the ordinary lesson will be also used during the short- term exchange C2(Portugal) as means of sharing good practiceand as a part of the dissemination process.

IN CHARGE: The coordinator of each partner school

P21 - 03-2021

Sample lesson for young / inexperienced teachers II.- this lesson will focus on the reading
literacy and it will be led by experienced teachers. The main topic will be "The meaning of
inventions". The aim is to produce worksheets that will be further used as materials during
the short term exchange C2(Portugal). Some teachers of each school will present them and
show different teaching styles and methods therefore dissemination of materials and
exchange of good practice will take place. Worksheets will be placed on the project website
for long term usage.
IN CHARGE: The coordinator of each partner school
INVOLVED: Whole partners´ schools

P46 - 03-2021

Project Pilgrim diary- this activity will take place during each short- term exchage. It will be done in two ways- written and as a short videospot from each day. Members of all Erasmus clubs wil be in charge of writing a report and making a video reportage from each day of short- term exchange. Each partner school club will be responsible for reporting one day from the short- term exchange. The video reports will be shared on project website. IN CHARGE: Main project coordinator (Czech Republic), The coordinator of each partner school

INVOLVED: Erasmus + school clubs

P47 - 03-2021

The project CRAFTS map- We plan to create map of Europe on canvas, all partner countries with their symbols and significant crafts for each partner country will be marked/painted there. The map will travel from school to school on the short- term exchange. Map will be created step by step according to the hosting country. Producing the project crafts´ map is an activity that will take place during the whole project, always during the short- term exchange. The coordinator will be in charge of providing the canvas and bringing it to shortterm exchange. 

IN CHARGE: Main project coordinator (Czech Republic)
INVOLVED: Erasmus + clubs

P48 - 03-2021

,, My Erasmus+ experience“ collage- Each participants of short- term exchanges will collect variety of leaflets, postcards, photos etc. during short- term exchange.In the end of shortterm exchange these pupils will make collage from collected materials. This outcome will be handmade. The collages will be placed on a visible place at each school after arrival from
mobility so that teachers, pupils, parents and all school visitors can see them. 

IN CHARGE: Main project coordinator (Czech Republic), The coordinator of each partner school
INVOLVED: Erasmus + school clubs

P50 - 03-2021

Coordinators´ meetings - the coordinators´meetings will alway take place during short- term exchange of groups of pupils. (see C1-C4). Coordinators will evaluate the results and outcomes reached so far, they will talk about the positives and negatives. In order to prevent any problems, they are going to discuss difficulties, that partners schools have to overcome during the project proces. And, if there are some they will make a solution and be helpful. They will also plan the activities and duties, that are coming in the following period. Since all the partners are new we consider meetings face to face as the most important part of project management.

IN CHARGE: Main project coordinator (Czech Republic)
INVOLVED: The coordinator of each partner school.

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Beautiful moments

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