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eTwinning Project of the Month – Pedalando

Mr. Tony Mizzi
St. Ignatius College
Girls’ Secondary School

As soon as it was announcement that etwinning was launching the possibility of creating an etwinning project with schools from the same country, I saw it as a possibility to promote etwinning in Malta, in general and for the teaching of Italian, in particular. Subsequently, a Form 1 class from St.Ignatius College Secondary School and from St.Gorg Preca College, Middle School embarked in this project. The title selected for this project was Pedalando: Il giro d’Italia fra le regione italiane. Continue reading ‘eTwinning Project of the Month – Pedalando’

eTwinning Project of the Month: Europe, So Many Faces!

Europe, So Many Faces

By Ms. Marouska Azzopardi Duca – St. Clare College, San Gwann Primary B

Our class 6.3 of San Gwann Primary B, St. Clare College, took part in an eTwinning Project called “Europe: So Many Faces”. It was a perfect name because it involved 35 European countries and their various traditions.

The project started with an introduction video created by all partners. A number of students in our class had fun going around filming and commenting about the school. The next step was to choose five places that tourists would want to visit in our country. We had to illustrate them and present them as a PowerPoint and as a video.  We chose: the Megalithic Temples; St. John’s Co-Cathedral; Verdala Palace; Dwejra and Fort St. Angelo.

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eTwinning Project of the Month – What Language do you Speak ?

By Ms. Michelle Saliba,

St. Clare College Gzira Primary School

The project ‘What language do you speak?’ is about learning new languages through collaboration. In this project three different primary schools from Poland, Italy and Malta presented their own native language to each other through the use of various ICT tools.

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eTwinning Project of the Month – Schoolovision

By Ms. Maria Antoinette Magro
St. Gorg Preca College, Hamrun Primary GP
Since 2005 the eTwinning Portal has always been a motivating experience in forming partnerships and developing collaborative pedagogical school projects between European Schools. I have been involved in these projects since the very beginning and I have never looked back. Such projects helped the children to learn in a more collaborative way rather than in the traditional way and enhanced them to make friends with other children across Europe.

eTwinning Project of the Month – Kids Around the World Let’s Celebrate!

By Ms. Claudine Chircop, Year 4.2
St. Ignatius College, Siggiewi Primary
Kids Around the World Let’s Celebrate! is an eTwinning project aimed at helping the children to learn about the many ways people from around the globe celebrate their special days and join in the fun!

eTwinning Project of the Month: One Love, One Heart, One Vision

By Ms. Patricia Bondin & Ms. Janet Mifsud

St. Thomas More College, Marsascala Primary

The name of the project ‘One Love, One Heart, One Vision’ is distinguished by the word ONE. Albeit collaborating with 10 different partners from various countries ie Greece, Poland, Czech Republic, Turkey, Romania and the UK, with each having their different language as well as their traditions and customs, it is evident that we all have that “Oneness” within, which is common to all.

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eTwinning Project of the Month – Write to me, Io ti rispondo

By Mr. Tony Mizzi

St. Ignatius College, Handaq Girls’ Secondary

Participating in this eTwinning project are three schools, one from Italy, the other from the United Kingdom, and us. Due to age and linguistic abilities, the project activities were divided into two subgroups, one for senior secondary schools and the other for lower secondary schools. Thus, the students would work within the group of lower secondary school with our Italian partners. The chat and the blog are free for all students irrespective of their age and abilities to communicate freely.