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Meeting the Winning eTwinning Pupils – St. Theresa College, Mriehel Girls’ JL

On Wednesday 1st June 2011, Ms. Jeannette Cardona and Ms. Amanda Debattista from the eTwinning National Support Service visited St. Theresa College, Mriehel Girls’ Junior Lyceum to present tokens to students who participated in the eTwinning project called ‘Let’s make the best out of nature!!’ This project placed second in the eTwinning National Awards.

Biology and art students from Ms. Nathalie Scerri’s and Ms. Romina Briffa’s classes gathered in front of the mural they have created for this short cermony symbolic cermony.  The teachers also presented the students and eTwinning National Support Service members a copy of the desk calendar they created with the photos shot during this project.

This project brought together the subjects of biology and art though a common theme: endemic flowers. The biology students studied the flowers and took photos of them, whilst the art students painted them and ended up with a large mural in the schools foyer.

Happy Picture – eTwinning Project

emaSilja Enok, an Estonian teacher would like to start off a project with very young pupils using MS Paint to draw pictures on the computer.

The children will use the pencil tool and the colour palette. Finally they will save the finished image. The teachers will arrange the pictures on an on-line exhibition. The theme of the children’s drawings will be “Colours of living. ” This is a short-term project.

If you are interested in starting off or joining this project you can look up Silja Enok in the FIND ETWINNERS section on your eTwinning Desktop and contact her through the internal mail to show her your interest.

Good luck!

eTwinning Easter Project – Partners Wanted

eastercardA Romanian teacher is interested to start off this short Easter project for students to create and exhibit on-line postcards with an Easter message. If you are  interested look up Ana Purcia in the eTwinning Partner Finding section on your profile. For further assistance contact the Maltese National Support Service on etwinning@schoolnet.gov.mt or on 25982150/79002150.

Enjoy!

History / Geography Project – Partners Wanted

mapMr. John Greenan from a secondary school in the centre of England is seeking partners to share presentations on local history and geography. If you are interested you can look him up in the Partner Finding section on your eTwinning profile and send him an email. For further help contact the eTwinning National Support Service on etwinning@schoolnet.gov.mt or on 25982805/79002150.

Partners wanted for a project about Manchester United

manchester-unitedAn Irish teacher is interested in designing a project around Manchester United!  Peter Brandon says: “In our school, we have lots of nationalities and they all have one major thing in common, they all love Manchester United! Does your school share the same?”

If you are interested to contact Mr. Peter Brandon, you can look him up in the Partner Finding Section on your profile. For further information you can also contact the eTwinning National Support Service on etwinning@schoolnet.gov.mt or on 25982150/79002150.

eTwinning Project Partners wanted – National Book Heroes

A Slovenian Librarian at a Primary School is seeking partners for a collaborative project to create a common book.

Hi! My name is Nevenka and I’m a librarian in a primary school. I have a group of children who visit the library and want to do something about the books. I came to the idea of making a book or a calender with national book heroes. Each country partecipating should make a presentation of its heroe. Is there someone interested?

libraryIf you are interested look up Ms. Nevenka Mlinar in the Partner Finding section of your profile. For further information don’t hesitate to contact the eTwinning National Support Service on etwinning@schoolnet.gov.mt or 25982150/79002150.

My Native City by Five Senses – a New eTwinning Project

A Lithuanian teacher is looking for the partners for their eTwining project: “MY NATIVE CITY BY FIVE SENSES”.The main idea – Understanding the world around us through our the five senses – hearing, sight, touch, smell and taste. Pupils are invited to tell about their native city, its culture, people, traditions, according to each sense.

Phase 1 – Teachers with children and their parents gather information about the home town of important objects, famous people, ancient cultural heritage, places of interest, language, culture and traditions.

Phase 2 – Students will present their presentation of the city, on the basis of vision.

Phase 3 – The stage presentation will focus on the hometown sounds.

Phase 4 – At this stage, students will tell you, the smell of their city.

Phase 5 – Information relating to urban tastes.

Phase 6 – Touch in our city.

Phase 7 – Project reflection.

All works are to be prepared for presentation in a presentation software and placed on the Internet.

If you are interested to join you can find Sigita Koroliove in the Partner finding section of your profile to contact her.

If you need more help you can contact Malta National Support Service on etwinning@schoolnet.gov.mt or on 79002150