E4U (Europe For You)

E4U (Europe For You) is a European School-partnership formed by eight secondary schools from Belgium, The Czech Republic, Germany, Ireland, Italy, The Netherlands, Norway and Turkey. The partnership comprises about 20 teachers and between 150 and 200 students (each year) and is based on a long-term cooperation. The partnership focuses on entreprene...

E4U Italy 2016 2017

 Hello "CIAO" to all our partners in the project  

We hope everyone will enjoy the activities

teachers: Vincenzina Accetturi, Isabella Iosa, Maria Grazia Sini, Marinella Sangiorgi

pupils: 99 students of four forms 2^D -2^E - 2^G - 2^H of the modern language course.

            

Personal presentations: September 2016

The pupils give information about themselves, including some pictures, and share their texts on the website. The pupils of the other countries read these presentations. Hopefully there will be direct contact with their peers in Europe using social netwoorks or via e.mail

   (Form 2^G introducing themselves)

      

2D pres 1             2G pres 1                   2D pres 2            2E pres 1            2H pres 3             2E pres 3        2G pres 2

        

  2E pres 4            2H pres 2         2E pres 2           2 E pres 5       2 H pres 1               2D pres 3    2D pres 5

      

   2 G pres 3            2 G pres 4           2 G pres 5            2D pres 6             2G pres 6        2H pres 4      2 E pres 6

  

2 mix     Alessia                   2G Chiara

Sending Postcards: October 2016

Pupils are preparing some postcards to send to all partner schools with pictures of their national region, including messages and greetings in their own Language.

 

Opening conference 2016: 7-13 November: Norway

 

The four Italian students at Lena and the two teachers

 

Workshops  

 

Students experienced a number of creative activities in mixed international groups. They passed on their methodologies concerning video editing, entrepreneurship, media communication so as to expand their transversal skills. The workshops also focused on editing the video, which will be one of the final outcomes.

Aside from creative activities and practising their English proficiency, the pupils got to enjoy some multilingual activities as well, in which they learned some basics of each other's languages and were shown that the languages of Europe have much in common.

 

Cultural exploration of the country

Both teachers and pupils were introduced to the interesting landmarks of the hosting country, to enrich their cultural baggage.

 

 

International Dinner   

The participants of every country brought their national specialities which were served during the international dinner which is also open to other stakeholders like parents, locals and authorities.

 

Discussion of the project     

During the conference, in special meetings, the teachers discussed, evaluated and adjusted the project.

Promoting school life: November 2016

The pupils took pictures of fun school activities to promote school life, and posted them on the website, in a separate folder, together with a few sentences which describe what they enjoy about school.

       

2G 1                       2G 2                      2G 3                        2E                        2E 1                                           2G 4

by Beatrice,Laura e Alessia

                                                          

National Reports: December 20th 2016

National reports on different topics are posted on the website. The topics include School life, Family life, Traditions, Social habits and customs, Food, Famous people and My area. The pupils wrote short articles after surfing the Internet to get information about the topics and asking their parents or out of their personal experience.

                 

Famous people 2G  Cooking 2G     Habits 2E 2G    Famous people 2E 2G  Italian cuisine 2E 2H

          

Family life 2D 2E   School life 2D     Cuisine 2G          School System 2D    Traditions 2H  Traditions 2E

  

School life 2E   School life 2E a   Cuisine 2D 2G

International Interpretations: February 2017

The pupils read the reports of their international partners on the website and processed them creatively.

 

 

 

 

Basic language learning: March 2017


Closing conference 2017: Belgium: 20-26 March 2017

 Workshops  

Students will experience a number of creative activities in mixed international groups. They are going to pass on their methodologies concerning video editing, entrepreneurship, media communication so as to expand their transversal skills. The workshops will also focus on editing the video, which will be one of the final outcomes.

Aside from creative activities and practising their English proficiency, the pupils get to enjoy some multilingual activities as well, in which they learn some basics of each other's languages and are shown that the languages of Europe have much in common.

Cultural exploration of the country

Both teachers and pupils are introduced to the interesting landmarks of the hosting country, to enrich their cultural baggage

International Dinner   

The participants of every country bring their national specialities which are served during the international dinner which is also open to other stakeholders like parents, locals and authorities.

 

Discussion of the project     

During the conference, in special meetings, the teachers discuss, evaluate and adjust the project.

Reception at townhall / Local media 

Pupils and teachers are given the opportunity to meet the officials and important people of the hosting city / town. Usually, the local media is present to report on the event.

                                                                         

E4Youth Day: May 2017

Some associated partners are primary schools. In May 2015 E4U participants from Belgium went round their school to inform pupils about the current project. During the school's open day, E4U information was available to visitors. We showed the final products, explained the goals and the methodology of the project.

Auteur: Wendy Dillen
Laatst bewerkt door: Wendy Dillen
 
Author: Wendy Dillen
Last editor: Marinella Sangiorgi