Click on the link below to view the festival programme
Watch the slideshow of the event. Enjoy it!
COSMOPOLI: The World in a City.
Reading a book is knowledge, and what if we read one hundred and more books? We would get to know the whole world.
This is what the II B class group of high school Liceo Classico “L. da Vinci” in Civitanova Marche did: each of us read a number of books and in the end we collected and mixed every personal experience deducted from them, in order to create a cosmopolitan city born out of the whole world.
As a result of this, we set up a big city where climate, landscape, flora, fauna, food, music, traditions, language, costumes, dances, politic, law… from all over the world are harmoniously blended together. You can visit this wonderful place, feeling at one with nature and humanity, on the brink of eternity.
Click on the image below to flicker through our e-book Cosmòpoli, enjoy it!
1. Geographical Discoveries and Cultural Identities;
2. Measures and Sizes.
Here is our powerpoint presentation about Geographical Explorations.
Watch the video of our performance inspired by the reading of the factfile book Marco Polo and the Silk Road
This is the powerpoint presentation of the other CLIL pathway called “Measures and Sizes”
and inspired by the well-known novel Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.
Some examples of authentic documents we studied
Immigration: A 70-year history in two minutes: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p030z9gf
We continued our journey by visiting the Museum of Migration in Recanati (Museo dell’Emigrazione, Villa Colloredo Mels, Recanati), on 19 May 2016 – http://www.villacolloredomels.it/museo/museo-dell-emigrazione
Find below a photo gallery of images of the museum and a link to the online archive of the museum Centro Internazionale Studi Emigrazione Italiana http://www.ciseionline.it
Storytelling: Group 1 – Simona’s Story
Storytelling: Group 2
From portraits and self-portraits to SELFIES: Ego Update and the Future of Identity in the Digital Age
The two padlets, one after the other, sums up our-CLIL pathway… have a look! There are articles, videos and photographs that show our learning process.
Material from History of Art classes with our teacher Anna Paola Conti.
CLIL classroom on the history of self-photography held by our teacher Chiara Serangeli (Hystory of Art).
Photography workshop on shape, colour and light with our teacher Fabrizio Savi (Plastic Arts).
Self-Portraits and Selfies! We are ready to start!
Step 1: Modifying portraits and selfies.
Step 2: We are getting better! Our final outcome.
“Mathematics: Borders and Limits”
Click on the following link for the Presentation: Mathematics: Borders and Limits
Extensive Reading Impact Study: A Survey
Click on the following link to fill in the question form http://www.faustocurzi.altervista.org/questionario/docenti/docenti.php
Here are the results of our survey presented
at the event Sharing Borders: A Student Festival
on the 31st of May.
Click on the image below to discover the findings of our impact study that we hope to expand next year.