Alumnos del IES Vicente Medina de Archena de 1º Bach de Ciencias Sociales participaron en la XXII edición del concurso “Euroscola 2016“. El tema de esta edición era “Los 30 años de España en la UE”.
El equipo ganador en la Comunidad Autónoma de Murcia lo componían alumnos de @ArchenaRunstoEU y bien que corrieron porque el premio consistió en un viaje a Estrasburgo para participar en una sesión del Parlamento Europeo como eurodiputados el pasado 16 de diciembre. 19 alumnos, ya cursando 2º Bachillerato, y tres profesoras viajamos rumbo a Estrasburgo el pasado 13 de diciembre y aprovechamos para visitar esta preciosa ciudad, que en Navidad se convierte en “la capital de Noel”. Entre las excursiones programadas cabe destacar la entrada a la magnífica catedral de Estrasburgo que alberga el famoso reloj astronómico que data del siglo XVI y está considerado “monumento histórico francés”. También paseamos por el precioso barrio histórico de la Pequeña Francia, navegamos por los canales de Estrasburgo y culminamos con la visita al Parlamento Europeo, donde las alumnas Laura Carrillo y Lucía Ortega de 2º Bach D presentaron a nuestro país en el hemiciclo.
Fue un viaje inolvidable y muy enriquecedor para todos los allí presentes.
Nos gustaría agradecer a la profesora Fuensanta Galián todo su esfuerzo para poder hacer esto posible y a los alumnos porque sin su trabajo y dedicación no se podrían llevar a cabo proyectos de esta envergadura.
THANKS A LOT GUYS!!
Aquí algunas de las fotos del viaje 😉
Just like every year students from 1º ESO have been reading about famous places in Britain and, once again, they have created a Popplet (which they orally presented to the rest of the class) to show how much they have learnt. Click on the photos to have a look at their fantastic work:
Juan Carlos and Iván
Tatiana and Jaqueline
Toñi and José
Miriam and Hamis
Alberto, Juanjo and Pedro
Rocío, Chema and Marco
Natalia and Nailia
Esther and Lucía
GOOD JOB 🙂
During the first term, students from 2º Bach B and D bilingual have been doing some research on some of the most iconic places in New York.
Although some students have already been to New York, the majority of them haven’t. However, they were all asked to design a Google map with the places they would either like to visit if they ever go to this amazing city or, in the case of those who have been there, the places they would recommend to other people.
Their maps look fantastic and some of the oral presentations they did of their work were outstanding. I am sorry that I didn’t get to record them. Nevertheless, they are happy to share their work with you just in case you ever visit the city that never sleeps.
During the first term, students from 2º Bachillerato C have been reading about the first immigrants to arrive in New York at the beginning of the 20th century. They have been doing some research on Ellis Island and trying to understand why, whilst New York represented a new hope for many, leaving everything behind to go in search of a new life was also a hard decision which didn’t always turn out so well.
I thought that probably the best way for students to understand how people might feel when they are forced to leave their countries was to connect it to the refugee crisis Europe is going through at the moment. As there’s no better way to sympathise with those suffering than to put yourself in their shoes, I told the students they would have to record a radio programme in which they would interview a family of refugees living in Spain.
So, they worked as follows:
- First, they had to write the scripts of their radio programmes on a Google Document and share them with me. You can check them out if you click on the photo:
- After checking the scripts, they recorded their programmes and uploaded them to Spreaker. I have grouped them all in ivoox for easier access. Click on the photo to listen to them:
All in all, students have done a great job. Congratulations!!!
Hello everybody and welcome back. It seems ages since we last wrote a post on the blog, but we are back now with many more exciting tasks/projects which we will be published as we finish them.
This term, 1º Bachillerato A/B are working on a project about Australia. Australia is an exciting country which goes far beyond just Sydney and its famous Opera House. Students are busy right now designing their Google maps of famous places in Australia, but they have also been learning a bit of Australian history such as the fact that Australia was first used as a Penal Colony by the British as a way to expand their Empire. Besides, they are also doing some research on probably the saddest part of Australian History, the stolen generation of Aboriginal children who were taken from their families so that they could be integrated into white society.
To get the ball rolling, here is the collaborative wall where they had put themselves in the shoes of British convicts sent to Australia. Click on the photo to learn how those people might have felt:
The Convicts’ Wall by 1º Bach A/B
Por segunda vez en tres años volvemos a ser finalistas del Premio Espiral Edublogs con nuestro blog. Es un gran reconocimiento al trabajo que llevamos, especialmente los alumnos, realizando estos años. Aunque el fallo final es el próximo 13 de mayo, nos llena de satisfacción estar ahí, rodeados de otros blogs de una calidad excepcional.
Nos gustaría dar las gracias a la organización y al jurado por considerar que estamos al nivel de otros compañeros a los que seguimos y admiramos y de los que aprendemos todos los días. Aprovechamos también para desearles mucha suerte a todos los finalistas.
Muchas gracias también a Educarm por hacerse eco de esta gran noticia. Pincha aquí para leer su nota de prensa.
¡ENHORABUENA A TODOS Y MUCHA SUERTE!
X Edición del Premio Espiral Edublogs
All good things come to those who wait and on April 21st the Spanish group landed in Gothenburg (Sweden) ready to enjoy an unforgettable week.
Among the activities planned, we visited Uddevalla, Lysekil, Gothenburg or Oslo. The students also took part in other activities organised by their families and attended some lessons with their Swedish mates.
We would like to thank all the teachers and families involved for their effort and commitment.
All in all, the exchange has AGAIN been a very enriching experience for all the people who took part in it, especially the students.