Friday, 9 September 2016

2nd transnational project meeting in Hvar, Croatia



The second transnational project meeting took place in Hvar, Croatia. It was organised from 5-7 September, 2016 and each partner institution was represented by two or three project team members. 







During the meeting we launched the 2nd project year by summing up the project activities we had completed so far and we checked and rearranged the activities of the 2nd project year. We agreed on the exact dates of the project activities and discussed the relocation of the 6th student exchange mobility.
We also elaborated on the rules for the creative writing competition and distributed tasks among project team members.
We have also selected activity types for the common measurement tool that we will use for evaluating students’ knowledge of writing skills and vocabulary and grammar related to journalism.
We shared useful practices for teaching and evaluating writing skills.







Besides project management tasks, we took part in a great workshop with Renato Baretic, a Croatian author and journalist, who gave as some tips and ideas on teaching creative writing skills.


We also took part in some great cultural activities and we went on some trips exploring the breathtaking Hvar island. We had an opportunity to see this spectacular place through the eyes of an insider visiting the ’hidden gems’ of this scenic island.












It was a really good meeting with great project partners, so all of us have arrived home enthusiastic about the second year of our cooperation!

Saturday, 4 June 2016

Friday, 20 May 2016

Our common Shakespeare reader

We have had an international voting about which play to read together:

Riddle poll about Shakespeare plays

Students have voted for "Midsummer Night's Dream" so we are going to read the easy version of this play together.


The text of the play can be read online on English E-books:
http://english-e-books.net/a-midsummer-nights-dream-william-shakespeare/

We have also created a unit on this text in Clilstore as with the help of this students can check the meaning of the unknown vocabulary.

Quizlet wordset to practice the vocabulary of the reading.

Some vocabulary activities for the 1st part of the reading:
http://LearningApps.org/view2405795

Language activities for the second part of the reading:

http://learningapps.org/view2423367

Reading-comprehension activities:

Friday, 13 May 2016

Our Shakespeare experience

In order to commemorate the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death we have launched a series of activities to learn more about this extraordinary author.
To begin with we ask everyone to write words or anything that comes to their mind in connection with Shakespeare:
What comes to your mind about Shakespeare?
Our next step is collecting our famous Shakespeare quotations on a common Padlet wall. We invite everyone to share his/her favourite Shakespeare quotation with us either in text or in picture form.

Watch the video about Shakespeare's life and the age he lived in and answer th equestions while watching: Here you can find some activities in connection with William Shakespeare:

Thursday, 12 May 2016

Language activities - Croatian contemporary author: Janko Polic Kamov, The Beard (extract)

You can read the extract here and check the unknown words with the help of the built-in dictionaries.
Practice the vocabulary with the help of this Quizlet set.

An activity to practice the vocabulary of the extract:


Another activity to check reading comprehension:

Saturday, 7 May 2016

Language activities: Lithuanian classical writer: Forest of the Gods by Balys Suoga

Read the extract on the following link:
http://multidict.net/cs/4386

Practice the vocabulary with the help of this Quizlet set!

Do the following language activities:
Task 1: word formation activity:

Task 2: Choose the suitable preposition to fill in the gaps: