Self Teaching Materials
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Reggio Emilia Approach Activities
REGGIO EMILIA ACTIVITY 1: What color is our traditional folk music?
French music by partners´eyes
Lithuanian music by partners´ eyes
Greek music by partners´ eyes
Italian music by partners´eyes
Spanish music by partners´eyes
REGGIO EMILIA ACTIVITY 2: Can you recognize my inspiration? Steps 1, 2 & 3
Can you recognize my inspiration? Step 4
Reggio Emilia inspired activity 3: Inspiration from poems from other cultures
Reggio Emilia Inspired Activity 4: Before & After
Songs in partner languages
Italian song from Sicily
Spanish song from Gran Canaria
Sicilian Art Gallery
Greek Art Gallery
Spanish Art Gallery
Lithuanian Art Gallery
Poems inspired by Renato Gutusso´s art work
La Vucciria, by Renato Guttuso
Poems inspired by Iakovidis George Art
Poems inspired by Konstantino Mikalojaus Čiurlionio
Inspired by Antonio Padrón´s art work
Transnational meeting 1- Gran Canaria, Spain
Transnational meeting 2, Lithuania
Transnational meeting 3, Crete, Greece
Transnational meeting 4, Italy
LEARNING MOBILITIES: PUPIL´S EXCHANGE+JOINT STAFF TRAINING
LEARNING MOBILITY 1, RAGUSA, SICILY, ITALY
Colorfly in Sicily
Collaborative land art
Sightseeing and drawing
Colorful Songs Festival at Palazzello
Pupil´s feed back
LEARNING MOBILITY 2, SANTA BRÍGIDA, GRAN CANARIA, SPAIN
Welcome to Gran Canaria!
Welcome to CEIP Juan del Río Ayala!
Colorful Songs International Festival with Heriberto Cruz and his band
Searching for high inspiration
At Antonio Padrón´s House Museum
Feed Back from teachers, pupils and host families
LEARNING MOBILITY 3, LITHUANIA
7th May 2018-Colorful Songs invades the streets in Siauliai
8th May: M. K. Čiurlionis National Art Museum
9th May: Chaim Frenkel Villa, before the concert
9th May: Concert at Šiauliai County Povilas Višinskis Public Library - "Tau mama" awards
9th May: Hill of Crosses and Žaliūkių Mill- After the concert
10th May,Burbiškis Manor and Kleboniškės Village Household Museum
Colorful Songs book of successful activities with methodological guidelines
Meeting Heriberto Cruz and his educational project Canciones al óleo
Dissemination for Learning mobility 2, Gran Canaria, Spain
On-line eTwinning publication
Antonio Padrón´s House Museum Award
Live events on-line
What colour is our traditional music?
Songs in partner languages
Music and singing make a huge difference in any language learning. Here are a few reasons why we´ve decided to learn songs in partner languages:
Music connects across cultures and can break down barriers. When we sing people songs they wouldn’t expect us to know and that they like, it has instantly broken the ice.
Getting to know the music is getting to know the culture and language and sometimes learning languages is like learning a music instrument.
Learning the lyrics of a song in a foreign language helps you get in touch with a new language or expand your vocabulary if it´s learnt as a second language.
You can use music and singing to help you learn to
simple basic essential phrases.
You can take music with you anywhere and learn and practise it on the move thanks to your MP3 player / mobile phone.
It’s fun! You can put your whole body into singing if you like and let your hair down a lot easier than you would in many speaking situations. You can really enjoy yourself by singing and it helps to improve your mood. Life would be way cooler if people sang more!