“In Darwin’s Steps” is an environmental Science project, which focuses on the classification, adaptation and evolution of living creatures. Making the most out of the CLIL methodology, the project aimed at helping students understand the above issues in a funny, interactive, easy-to-learn way and making them producers of their own learning. As a re...

Classification of plants

The children study the way plants are classified by scientists and attempt to reperesent what they have learnt using different types of software (e.g. Paint, online crossword puzzle maker etc). They also try to be creative making drawings and eCollages.

 The children combined text with pictures, information with drawings and came up with Pizup images in which the plants introduce themselves in 5 different languages, namely English, the project language, the learners' native languages (Lithuanian, Turkish & Greek) as well as French, the Foreign Language the Greek partners are also taught at school. 

In the table below you can see the children's work. 

                                                                             Classification of Plants in 5 Languages

Collective work of the 5 partners!!!!!!


Collective table of children's work (Click on the picture to see it in a new window)

eCollage 1

Translated into English



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Author: Natalia Tzitzi
Last editor: Loreta Vaičiulienė