In our lessons, students can also check how the mobility was and all the activities and projects we will implement during the 2nd year.
Sunday, 21 October 2018
Back to La Llagosta, we've been spreading all the activities that we implemented in our last C3 mobility in Paikuse Pohikool in Pärnu (Estonia). We also explained our scholar community how is the project going, all the actions implemented during the 1st year by teachers and students, previous mobilities and future ones. In order to do this, we make use of our project's blog, INS Marina website and other school social networks such as facebook, instagram or twitter, project's instagram @ gofor_spain, and its facebook profile, INS Marina magazine, La Llagosta 08120 local press, as well as teachers' meeting where the coordinators and the mobility participants have explained these items in more detail.
Monday, 8 October 2018
From 24th to 28th September, five teachers from Institut Marina attended the 4th teachers' training mobility under the Erasmus + programme GoFor at Paikuse Pohikool in Parnü (Estonia).
We spent a week working collaboratively to review project objectives, continuous assessment actions (partnership swot analysis), collecting best activities to deal with writing strategies in our lessons and getting conclusions, reviewing Twinspace second-year tasks for our students to implement, as well as agreeing on 2nd-year mobilities.
Apart from all these issues, it was a wonderful week where we also had the chance to meet first-hand Estonian culture and people living in Parnü. Indeed, this will be the location of our next students' exchange mobility last week of March.
Our project, Go For Literacy to Enlighten your Future, has been awarded with an Etwinning label for its collaborative students' work.
During one year, our students have been implementing reading circles based on different English novels. Moreover, our work has also been focused on Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein to celebrate its 200th anniversary in 2018. This innovative methodology has helped out students to become a bit more interested in reading and their reading and speaking skills have considerably improved. During our second year project, we'll continue working on Twinspace to write a collaborative story in groups.