• 1. Cultural Heritage (legacy of physical)

    Artifacts and intangible attributes of a group or society that is inherited from past generations: includes architecture, art, objects, music, legends, recipes, festivals, typical jobs, flags, history...)



    Colour: Brown

    ARTICLE 1: The Legend of ST Lucie's eyes. (Corsican students will type it directly in the magazine + pictures as we read it on the beach)


    ARTICLE 2:  Ecology and art: Landart at the seaside or in the forest!

    (Définition of landart, our landart during the mobility from the legend to the Landart and photos , free pictures of landart you have done or you can find on the net?)




    ARTICLE 3: Ecology and art: From driftwood picking to mobile building. 

    (Narrative, interview, definition of driftwood, another form of ecological art)



    ARTICLE 4:  4 European dances! Body clapping. Dancing in pairs and gender equity.

    Being a dance teacher and a choreographer.

    (Each country could tell about its dance and music, definition of ecological body clapping, the importance to dance in pairs boy and girl, your likes, opinions, would you like to be a dance teacher? A dancer? A choreographer?)



    ARTICLE 5: 4 European desserts and cooking with a professional cook.

    ( Share your recipes, share about your cooking workshop for those who participated in, which was your favourite dessert? Would you like to become a cook? )


  • ARTICLE 4: 4 European dances; use this Twinboard to write it, continue my first lines...

    Brigitte Collomb

    "Shall we dance?" On Thursday November 21st in the morning, we met at the grandiose gymnasium of the collège du Fium'Orbu to challenge ourselves! Could we manage to be both dancers and choreographers? Could we succeed in finding the right partner to dance our 4 European dances?


    Sabine, Germany
    "On Thursday we learned the other Dances from Germany, Corsica, Spain and Greece. That was really funny when we couldn´t Dance it by the right way. And in the afternoon we go to the palu."

    "On Thursday we had so much fun.At the beginning of the day we learned and taught traditional dances of its country and then we visited a very beautiful lake where we observed the fauna and the flora of the area..."

    Flavie corsica

    First, Before we started, we needed to warm up It’s very important to get ready to start and be able to dance without hurting ourselves, after we started learning traditional dances (Corsican, Greece, German and Spanish). It’s really important and fun to learn ancient dances, it’s our heritage.
    The dances were ... special, I was wondering how we were going to learn that ... first! The German dances were done by 2 soooo I said to myself "I'm going to dance with my friends" NO with a perfect stranger yes ... we were all embarrassed except the German who were finally with boys and mixed! The dance was calm and the music was very very traditional.
    Greek dance was very fun! We formed a large circle on catchy music, it was very physical but good!

    Flavie corsica

    After the funny Spanish dance and we all knew it already, flamencoooo. Very technical but very cool

    Then the very traditional, Corsican dance but the hardest of all, very fun ... we all had a great time !!

    Mia and Sara, Spain

    We both enjoyed dancing on the Thursday 21st of November, especially when we got to freestyle and do our own dances. We found the Corsican dance very complicated compared to the German, Greek and Spanish dances we had to do. Our favourite dance was the Greek dance, it was easy but fun. Both of us didn't like the fact we were forced to dance with boy, that we considered a stranger, for example, instead of making us dance with boy we didn't want to dance with, they could have just told us to dance with someone that wasn't from our group without assigning a partner.
    It was a good morning, where we could learn about new cultures through dance.

    Gabriel, Spain

    On the Thursday 21st of November, we all got together to dance the typical dances from our countries. The Corsican dance was harder then the other ones. It had a lot of different steps to do, and it needed to be done quick. My favourite dance was the Greek one, very easy and fun to do. It was curious and entertaining to dance with other people then we didn't know. We learned a bit more of culture, and ways to communicate with other people!

    Carmen, Spain

    First we started warming up our muscles and our joints. After that we made music with our body parts. Later we did some dances from each country. The Corsican dance was very hard because has difficult steps. Also we dance with other correspondents from different countries. I was a bit shy because I have to dance with a boy that didn't met. The Greek dance was funny and easy.


    Dance is a very important element for every country.It is a part of the history and the culture of every place.It is very often associated with the every day life of the people.For Greece, dance is very significant and meaningful.In our trip to Corsica, we chose to teach a dance that is very popular not only in Greece but all around the world too.The Syrtaki.The main characteristics of this dance are the music and the acceleration in the rhythm and that is danced in a big circle or in lines holding each other's shoulders .
    It was really fun teaching our dance to our new friends and them teaching us theirs dance.We got really close and learned more about treir history,culture and their way of life.It was such a wonderful day!!!!!