Sunday, 12 March 2017

Have armed conflicts been a stimulus for peace and European unity?

A four-item questionnaire prepared by students was presented to people who had experienced war or post-war and its consequences. Each school was in charge of one of the questions and collected the corresponding video interviews from the partners. Then, they prepared a video comparing the answers of people from different countries.

Saturday, 11 March 2017

Cultural heritage of town, region or country

Students prepared a presentation about differents aspects of the cultural heritage of their town, region or country.

Friday, 10 March 2017

Study of the evolution of social graces

Students studied which were the courtesies and standard polite forms of addressing people that their parents and grandparents used, and they compared them with those that they use today. What changes have occurred? Which ones are still in use and which have disappeared?

Saturday, 4 March 2017

Meeting Siracusa February 17th

     We went for a walk through the Archaeological Park of Siracuse, where we could contemplate the ‘latomias’, Dionisius’ Ear, the Greek theatre, Ierone’s shrine and the Roman amphitheatre.
     Later, we visited the Arquimedes's Museum, where we could see replicas and escale models of the machines invented by this wise man of ancient times.
     In the evening, we had a farewell party in the school hall.

Thursday, 2 March 2017

Meeting Siracusa February 16th

We visited Ragusa Ibla and its baroque monuments. We had a little snack there and later we went for a walk on Puntasecca’s beach. After that, we headed for Modica, had lunch there and afterwards we visited a chocolate factory. The final leg of the trip was Noto.

Ragusa Ibla



Wednesday, 1 March 2017

Meeting Siracusa February 15th

We went for a stroll from the school to Siracusa's historic centre. There, students played in groups an orienteering game in order to identify the most important buildings in town. Later, we were received by the Mayor in Palazzo Vermeixo, Siracusa's Town Hall.

In the afternoon we visited the Papyrus Museum, where we could learn the procedure to make it useful for writing.