Description of the activity.-
Choose sculpture/picture students can see in their city which is an example of tolerance or intolerance. The idea was to adopt it and to show it to the rest of the partners involved. We couldn't choose one but show them all to the rest of participants. This activity started in February 2011 and was finished in June.
Some relevant data:
Type: Cultural events (EVENT03)
• Artistic education, also including Arts and Crafts and Music (TOPIC-3).
• Cultural heritage (TOPIC-10)
• New technologies, ICT (TOPIC-25)
• Adult learners (STD-ADL)
• General secondary school (EDU-SCHSec)
• Cultural organization (e.g. museum, art gallery) (NFP-CULT)
This activity had two sides.-
- The creation (by students and teachers) of a Moodle quiz on sculptures from the different countries to get students more interested in the topic.
- The making of different activities dealing with the project ion itself.
a) The Spanish institution made a quiz gave student some pictures of sculptures to work on (find the sculptures given if you follow this link) http://www.ceadtenerife.org/moodle/file.php/22/Cead/Sculptures_for_tolerance/sculptures_for_tolerance.pdf (your user name is student 1 and so is you keyword). We work on this activity not only in our English classes, but also in our Arts class, both in the History of Art classes and in the Arts and crafts lessons.
b) We make the quizzes with our English students, including the sculpture of Hypathia which is not in Tenerife but we thought it should be there since the figure of Hypathia started our organization.
c) We organized a contest and gave a prize. Results can be seen here: http://www.ejournal.fi/tolerance/media/Spain/Sculptures/Sculptures%20for%20Tolerance.pptx
Participated in the quiz.
Participated in the quiz and their students created some pieces of arts and describe them.
You can see results here: http://www.ejournal.fi/tolerance/media/Spain/Sculptures/Sculptures%20for%20Tolerance.pptx
Students created the quiz in our workshop in Turkey and made some compositions on the different sculptures in their country which best symbolize tolerance to them. Results can be seen here: http://www.ejournal.fi/tolerance/media/Romania/Sculptures_from_Romania.ppt
Participated in the quiz and their students explained what some sculptures from their country made them feel. Results can be seen here: http://www.ejournal.fi/tolerance/media/Turkey/Sculptures%20expressing%20tolerance%20and%20intolerance%20bitti.ppt
The quiz can be seen here:
remember to enter the page with the use student1 and the keyword student1