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    Welcome, dear visitors! The odd one...IN! is an Erasmus + project 2017- 2019.

    We have the following activities:

    A1) Foreign languages – communication:

    •    etwinning accounts for students

    •    twinspace for pupils’ projects

    •    video conference with countries in pairs, pupils introduce   themselves and school

    A2)  Upload presentation of themselves to etwinning account

    A3)  Create poster from children’s craft. Each country creates a  poster to upload in rolling mode, like the profile photos in  http://1dim-peram.att.sch.gr/

    The actual icon (favicon) may be one we choose or create from a  pupil’s work. In the first meeting, we can have all children’s craft 

    to work with (in a usb stick or uploaded to twinspace) and come to a  decision together.

    A4) Make a comic of themselves to use it as photo in the presentation.  We use pixton.com or any online tool.

    A nice activity may be the exchange of Christmas postcards and edit a  wiki or conventional calendar about celebrations in Christmas period 

    for each country. Greek part can set up and host the wiki for the  project. All partners are editors.

    To sum up, we need to have in the Madeira meeting:

    1.    Children’s drawings under the theme “The odd one in”

    2.    Children’s  accounts (not all of them!) in twinspace and  presentations (powerpoint or libreoffice impress or pdf format) of  themselves and school

    3.    Proposals on how to create the comic. Material for pixton

    A5) Stories

    A wiki about "odd" characters, stating what was odd and how they changed the plot, is created and filled throughout the project.

    A6) Drama

    After A5, a segmented play with common reference the "odd" will be produced using the above stories.

    A7) „The odd” in various subjects/topics

    Studying diversity from a different perspective, various subjects face oddity.

    A8) Working on a common product- creating robots (e-robotics) activity

    A9) Games and sports

    Older pupils from partner countries will become teachers of younger ones and present them the traditional games that they used to play when they were at their age.

    A10) Assessment activities.

    Pupils will be asked to answer questionnaires and write essays at the beginning and the end of the project

    Italian „odd”: 


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