Wednesday, 29 June 2016

MAKING A MAGAZINE


STEP 3 - MAKING A MAGAZINE


This is the last step of our project and each country has created a magazine to be sent to the other countries to learn more about different topics.

In groups, we have worked on many sections for the magazine.

THESE ARE THE SECTIONS OF OUR MAGAZINE:

1. LOOK!  Top places to visit
2. CINEMA
3. MUSIC
4. CUISINE
5. REPORT
6. NIGHTLIFE
7. FASHION
8. SPORTS
9. LANGUAGE CORNER
10. CATALAN TALE (specific to Catalonia)



FUN FILE: Wordsearches, crosswords, quizzes, etc..



HERE YOU ARE THE DIGITAL MAGAZINES - WE ALSO HAVE A PAPER VERSION FOR OUR STUDENTS TO WORK ON THE DIFFERENT ARTICLES AND KNOW MORE ABOUT THE OTHER PARTNER COUNTRIES.

CATALONIA




 



POLAND








Friday, 11 March 2016



STEP 2 - OUR HIGH SCHOOL

The step 2 is about our high school. All three countries have worked on the following topics:

  • REPORT ABOUT THE HIGH SCHOOL 
  • FACILITIES (inside the high school)
  • THE CALENDAR
  • TEACHERS' INTERVIEW
  • SUBJECTS AND TIMETABLE 

MIQUEL MARTÍ I POL (CATALONIA)
Each class of 3rd of ESO  worked on the different topics in groups. Then, the teachers decided which productions were the winners to be uploaded and shown to the other countries.

Here you are the winners of 3rd of ESO:

REPORT ABOUT MIQUEL MARTÍ I POL by Ivet S, Mariona, Marc S, Narcís R and Miquel M.




INSIDE MIQUEL MARTÍ I POL  by Sara M, Ester V, Clara L, Ivan P and Alex R. 



TEACHERS' INTERVIEW by Gemma B, Jade, Irene C and Andrea G. 

SUBJECTS AND TIMETABLE by Nil Fabregó and Raquel Costa




ANAFARTALAR ANATOLIAN HIGH SCHOOL (TURKEY)

Here you are a Turkish video about their high school.


video



For more productions about Turkey, click on the following PADLET:

STEP 2 - TURKEY

  
 SWIECIE LOW SECONDARY SCHOOL (POLAND)

Here you are two great videos about the high school and also about the teachers.


INSIDE THE SCHOOL




OUR TEACHERS



If you want to know more about the school and the education in Poland click on the following PADLET to learn!

OUR SCHOOL - POLAND


 HUNGARIAN SECONDARY SCHOOL (HUNGARY)

If you want to know about Hungarian secondary school and its teachers, here you are two videos created by the students 

Our school

Our teachers









Monday, 15 February 2016

IT'S CHRISTMAS TIME!


by Sara Moruno and Mariona Noguera

When Christmas was nearly here, the students and the teachers of Catalonia, Poland, Turkey and Hungary prepared a box full of Christmas objects that are typical in each country, to send it to our partners. Each thing had a number and we uploaded in the padlet powerpoints, videos and explanations with numbers to let them know what those things were.
We also sent a class photo wishing them a very Merry Christmas. Everybody signed the card. 
Besides, we asked them through skype chat some questions about how they celebrate Christmas.  

If  you want to see all the students Christmas productions, click on the following links.

CHRISTMAS IN TURKEY
CHRISTMAS IN POLAND
CHRISTMAS IN CATALONIA


Here are some pictures about the Turkish box. Unfortunately, we had some problems in the Customs and we haven't been able to recieve the box. It was a pity!
This is the Turkish box
These are the presents that our Turkish partners sent us.


The Turkish students.
The Turkish students with Catalan presents. 



Turkish students opening the box.

Habibe, the Turkish teacher with presents from Catalonia



GREAT VIDEO: Polish students opening the box from Catalonia!


SOME PICS...
Opening the box from our Catalan friends!

 Polish students with Catalan group photo Xmas card!!
 Let's go partying
 Reading Xmas card from their Catalan friends
 Galets de Nadal! let's cook!


Tió, Tió...

This is the box from Hungary!
Students from 3rd A tasting some chocolates from Hungary




Two students cutting a typical Hungarian cake! Yummy Yummy
GREAT VIDEO: Catalan students opening the box from Poland

The English teacher opening the box from Poland.
3rd C students tasting some sweets and chocolates from Poland! Everything was delicious but... the gingerbread biscuits - just a few students loved them!


Students taking their Xmas cards and souvenirs






STEP 1 - SKYPE TIME

E-TWINNING PROJECT

by Sara Moruno and Mariona Noguera

The 3 classes of 3rd of ESO are working in an e-Twinning project with Turkey, Poland and Hungary. Everyone of us started this project chatting by skype and asking them some questions to know each other. The final product was to write an article about our new partner. 
Here you have some photos of the skype session and the links to see all the articles. 

 



   





If you want to see the articles, click on the following links.

ARTICLES ABOUT POLISH PARTNERS
ARTICLES ABOUT TURKISH PARTNERS
ARTICLES ABOUT HUNGARIAN PARTNERS
ARTICLES ABOUT CATALAN STUDENTS (3rd A)
ARTICLES ABOUT CATALAN STUDENTS (3rd B)
ARTICLES ABOUT CATALAN STUDENTS (3rd C)

















Friday, 12 February 2016

Christmas Day in the INS Miquel Martí i Pol:

By Josep Tarrés Pagespetit
Christmas Day in INS Miquel Martí i Pol
Every year, before Christmas holidays, INS Miquel Martí i Pol celebrates Christmas throughout many different activities and a festival. Both teachers and students have a great time preparing and performing the festival. 

This is the schedule of the 22nd December:

9 am – 10 am
All the students goes to the high school to receive the academic report of the first term. These is important because we are very worried to know the marks.

10 am – 11 am
After getting the report we had the “amic invisible” (secret Santa) with the tutor in our classroom.
Amic invisible” is a kind of game that we play for Christmas. What does it consist of?
Each student takes a paper from a bag with a name of a student in the class, then he or she will give a special gift to the person on the paper.
When we finished the “l'amic invisible”, we went to the High School's lobby and all the students of the institute paid 1 Euro and then we took a one portion of “coca” (coca is a traditional type of pastry of Catalonia) with the pastry we could choose dark chocolate, white chocolate or hot chocolate. While we ate , in the second flour there was a concert of the students that they play one instrument.

11 am- 12 am
At 11 am all of the students went to the gymnasium to see the gags of the other groups. Every group interpreted one choreography that they had created and rehearsed tow weeks before.
What is a “gag”? A “gag” is a performance with the objective to make the public have a very funny time.
How do we do it? We create “Gags” with one song and all the students in the class invent a choreography to dance with the song. The objective of these gags is to have a good time whit all the people of the high school.

12 am- 13 am

The students of second of Batxillerat raffle a basket with food products to get money for the final school year trip. Moreover, the Green delegates give a souvenir for those students who came to school by bike or walking during the Green Week.

This is a video about Christmas Day in the High school
video


by JOSEP TARRÉS