Agrupamento de Escolas D. Pedro IV

eTwinning 2023/24 - Informações / Atividades

D-DAY (Diary-Day)

Logo - Agrupamento Escolas D. Pedro IV

Logo - Escola Hasan Alibaba Anatolian 

2nd Meeting online - 18th March 2024

1st Term - Some of our texts...


Studying abroad

Studying abroad for a year allows teens to learn a new language and culture, tasting new foods and visit places theyve never seen before. At the same time, they become more responsible and autonomous. These types of programmes are also important to create bonds and new friends, which will be memories, experiences for life. Exchange students may struggle to find friends at first, but once they get used to the new setting and acquire some language skills, they can expand their horizons. Meeting new friends can promote emotional and personal development in a way that you can't imagine.

Erasmus is an example of an exchange programme, which implies new routines and sometimes we even have to be psychologically ready for a big change and that usually scares us, having to "hit the road”. Unfortunately, student exchange programmes do not work for all students and may become a real challenge.

Being in a foreign country thousands of miles away from family is not easy. Even if the adaptation goes well and a student uses video calls and messengers to keep in touch with the family, homesickness can still be an obstacle to enjoying the host country.

Exchange programmes can be a not-so-welcoming experience if students find it difficult to make friends, not fitting in. Those who feel uncomfortable participating in events, including themselves in groups, and initiating conversations feel lost and lonely.

Most of the time, exchange students live on campus or in a host family. Getting along with adults who set their own rules and feel responsible for you may be difficult, especially given the language barrier and cultural differences.

(Constança Costa)


A ganância é um comportamento reprovável

   Concordo com esta afirmação, a ganância é o ato das pessoas apenas se importarem com o dinheiro e pensarem que ele é a resolução para tudo e que com ele podemos comprar até a salvação.

     Na Cena III - “O onzeneiro” no “O Auto da Barca do Inferno” de Gil Vicente, verificamos que o símbolo cénico desta personagem, quando se apresenta em cena, é o bolsão que representa a ganância e a avareza. Por exemplo, o Anjo reprova-o, referindo o facto de o bolsão ocupar todo o batel divinal, mas o onzeneiro parece não entender o alcance da informação que lhe é transmitida. O juiz divinal acusa-o de ser ganancioso, porque o bolsão está obviamente vazio, mas não o seu coração, como confirma o seguinte verso “não já no teu coração”. Significa isto que, se é certo que o bolsão vem vazio, também é verdade que não é por sua própria vontade. O “coração” do Onzeneiro continua obcecado pelo dinheiro, pela ganância e avareza que o levou a praticar o pecado, isto é, a usura.

     Além disso, o Onzeneiro acha que o Diabo aceitaria o seu pedido para o deixar voltar à terra/à vida terrena, pensando que é por falta de dinheiro que o Anjo não o aceita. Na sua cabeça e no fundo do seu coração, o dinheiro continua a ser o motor da vida mesmo depois de morto, veja-se a seguinte fala: “Quero lá tornar ao mundo e trarei o meu dinheiro. Aqueloutro marinheiro, porque me vê vir sem nada, dá-me tanta borregada como arrais lá do barreiro”.

     Concluindo, pelas palavras do Onzeneiro, o próprio terá percebido, mais tarde, que a ganância o conduziu ao Inferno e ter-se-á arrependido, como podemos verificar nesta sua intervenção no verso 58 “Ó triste, quem me cegou?”.

Se o leitor do “Auto da Barca do Inferno” for crente, como o era Gil Vicente, concordará certamente que não devemos ser demasiado gananciosos, porque o dinheiro não é tudo na vida e, se dominar os nossos atos, levar-nos-á, inevitavelmente, depois da morte, ao fogo Infernal como aconteceu com o Onzeneiro.

(Inês Vale)


What is the number of pi

The number 'Pi' is a constant used in mathematical calculations. This constant, which is generally used in its abbreviated form as 3.14 or 22/7, is known as the ratio of the circumferere to the diameter of a circle. This number is also referred to in some sources as the Ludolph number or the Constant of Archimedes. Pi Symbol, 16th of the Greek alphabet It is the letter, also the 16th letter in the English alphabet is the letter p. This letter is also the first letter of the Greek word 'perimetier', which means environment (circle). The symbol Pi (π) was introduced by William Jones in 1706, but it was popularised by Leonhard Euler in 1737. Pi Day is celebrated on March 14 every year. This date is denoted numerically by 3/14. At the same time, Albert Einstein was born on Pi day.

(Hasan Emre Uçar) 



Auto da barca do Inferno-Uma opinião

Para mim os aspetos mais reprováveis são o desrespeito pelos mais desfavorecidos, infidelidade e a ganância.

Desrespeitar os mais desfavorecidos é o pior aspeto de todos, pois nem todas as pessoas nasceram em berços de ouro e com os mesmos bens que as pessoas mais ricas. O fidalgo era uma pessoa que fazia muito isso, humilhando-os, como era o exemplo do pajem que era constantemente pisado pelo fidalgo por não ser da nobreza e não ter os mesmos bens que ele.

A infidelidade também é algo que não aprovo, pois quando se tem uma pessoa ao nosso lado, que se importa connosco e com quem dividimos a vida não vale a pena ser trocada por uma coisa de momento e que não tem qualquer significado, como fazia a mulher do fidalgo que enquanto ele não estava, o fidalgo sem saber de nada e ainda iludido, continuava a achar que a sua mulher morreria e rezaria por ele.

O último motivo é a ganância pois uma pessoa gananciosa é uma pessoa que só se importa com ela e que não merece ninguém ao lado dela e que se preocupa com ela tal como era o fidalgo e o onzeneiro que só pensavam neles mesmos.

Concluindo, eu acho que estes aspetos não devem ser uma coisa que as pessoas devem ser ou fazer, pois isso não acrescenta nada e só faz mal e afeta as outras pessoas.

(Rita Amaral)


Je suis Leandro

Bonjour, je m’appelle Leandro Brelle est je suis né a Nice en France. Nice et localisé aux alpes maritimes. Nice et une ville très populeuse à côté de la mer Méditerranée.

Pour moi Nice et très jolis et j’adore la plage et le cap 3000 "centre comercial".

La c’est moi dans l’avion a arriver a Nice

Au revoir.

(Leandro Brelle)


Aspetos reprováveis no ser Humano

Os três aspetos que eu acho mais reprováveis de todos são a infidelidade, a ganância, e o desrespeito pelos mais desfavorecidos.

Na minha opinião, os três aspetos são maus e não concordo com nenhum deles.

Começando com o que acho pior, a infidelidade, que é quando alguém trai o parceiro com outra pessoa por ela ser mais rica, mais bonita, ou qualquer outra coisa que agrade à pessoa infiel. Na cena do Fidalgo é citado que ele tinha uma amante e esposa, mas nenhuma das duas chorou e rezou (sinceramente) por ele, aquando da sua morte.

O segundo aspeto que eu reprovo é a ganância que se pode resumir na preocupação de alguém mais preocupado com o dinheiro do que com qualquer outra coisa. Na cena do Onzeneiro do “Auto da Barca do Inferno” de Gil Vicente é evidente essa preocupação da personagem. Mesmo depois de morrer, continuava preocupado com o dinheiro e achava que com ele resolvia os impedimentos que não lhe permitiam a entrada no Paraíso, como pretendia.

O terceiro aspeto, que eu condeno, é o desrespeito pelos mais desfavorecidos, enquanto algumas pessoas passavam fome, outras, como o Fidalgo, andavam na rua só para mostrar a sua aparente riqueza, sem ajudar os mais necessitados.

Concluindo, nenhum dos três aspetos referidos pode ser aceitável, sendo todos reprováveis e, por isso, tal como o fez o mestre Gil Vicente, também conduzia tais infratores/pecadores ao fogo infernal, isto é, Condenação!

(Gonçalo Marinho)


Christmas

Christmas in Portugal is a celebration traditionally marked by a combination of religious and cultural traditions. The festivities begin on Christmas Eve, December 24th, when families gather for Christmas dinner. This meal is typically composed of special dishes, such as cod, octopus, turkey, and traditional sweets such as “sonhos”, “rabanadas”, and “bolo-rei”.

Midnight marks the beginning of Christmas Day, when many people attend the Midnight Mass, a religious ceremony that celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ. After the mass, some families exchange gifts, while others do so the next morning.

Christmas Day is often spent with the family, with special meals and moments of interaction. In some regions of Portugal, there are specific local traditions associated with Christmas, such as singing “Janeiras” (door-to-door songs) and theatrical performances of biblical scenes.

In short, Christmas in Portugal is a festive season marked by sharing, tradition, and family joy.

(Pedro Costa)


New Year

You know we don't celebrate Christmas but we celebrate new year.In our country new year means new people,new chance.We wish the new year to come in a new and healthy way.The last day of year(31 December), we spend time with our family, play games and chat about our plans.

Happy new year to everyone.I hope the new year brings you more happiness, new luck and a happy life.

(Hilal Purmuslu) 



1st Meeting online - 11th December 2023

Our Logos

Our Portuguese eTwinners

Our Turkish eTwinners

 

 

Project description

 

Title – D-Day (Diary Day)

Short description

This project aims to make students communicate and reflect on the subjects of the curriculum and on their lives through creative writing (the main goal of this project is to improve the writing skill). Students will also use and improve the English language and digital tools.  Furthermore, Students will work to improve their knowledge on exchange programmes and experiences, on social media and technology and on art, music and cinema.

Besides improving their English and communication skills, students will also improve their digital skills, broaden their horizons and grow in international contact, citizenship, autonomy, creativity and problem-solving skills.

The pupils involved in the project are ESL learners between the ages of 14 and 16 from the 9th year (Portugal) and 9th year (Turkey). Other students/classes may also participate in the project.

Both school partners will create and use a Facebook page and the Twinspace to write about various topics that are common to the curriculum of the schools involved and the students’ interests.

 

Project languages

English

Pupils

-Number of pupils

15 (Escola Básica A Ribeirinha) + 15 (Hasan Aybaba Anatolian High School – Turquia) = 32

-Ages taught from

14

-Ages taught to

16

Subjects related to the project:

Art

Technology

Foreign Languages 

Special Needs

-Vocational subjects

Photography

Art

-Key competences

Citizenship

Cultural awareness and expression

Multilingual

Personal, social and learning to learn

- Aims

Main aims:

-  Promoting linguistic and cultural diversity and active citizenship.

-  Improving students linguistic and digital competences.

-  Learning to learn.

- Opening the minds of students to different cultures, languages and people.

- Improving writing skills.

Students will present themselves and their environment. At the same time they will “meet” new friends. They will find out information about their appearance, their hobbies, their daily life, their goals. They will get to know what their schools, their cities, their countries are like.

Students will also focus their attention on exchange programmes and experiences, on social media and technology and on art, music and cinema.

Parents will be actively involved in the project and dissemination will play an important role in the project.

- Work process

*October / November:

- creating the project logo (in articulation with the school subjects “Art” and “Citizenship”).

- creating an Instagram page (introducing teachers and students).

- posting pictures and reflections about exchange programmes (in articulation with the school subjects “Portuguese” and “French” and the Club of Photography).

*December:

- online meeting

- writing an article for the school newspaper.

*January /February/March:

- posting pictures and reflections about social media / teens and technology (in articulation with the school subjects “Portuguese” and “French”).

- online meeting (March).

- writing an article for the school newspaper.

*April / May:

- posting pictures and reflections about Art, Music and Cinema (in articulation with the school subjects “Portuguese” and “French” and the Club of Photography).

- writing an article for the school newspaper.

- Self assessment / final assessment of the project

- Expected results

As final products of our collaboration we expect:

-Participants will develop their social skills and increase dialogue between people of different nationalities, improving multicultural knowledge within Europe.

- Participants will develop their sense of belonging and contribute to the humanization of social relations in an increasingly technological and distant world.

- Participants will improve their writing skills and their creativity.

The Twinspace will be central all through the several months of the project.

All the works will also be shared in the school newspaper and the schools’ internet page.

Macieira da Maia, 1st October 2023

Teacher Ângela Vasconcelos



eTwinning 2022/2023  - Informações / Atividades 

Reflexão final das professoras envolvidas no projeto - maio 2023

Teachers' evaluation:

Now that our project is ending, it's time to evaluate and reflect about it.

It has been a long way since September... It has also been a trip of emotions and a learning process for me. Fortunately I chose a fantastic partner and a very working class in Turkey. It was very demanding but at the same time very rewarding, both professionaly and personally.

I think we always had common goals and a shared plan. All the students have contributed to all the project's activities and there was a truly collaboration between all of us. We have used many digital technological tools and taken into consideration data protection and copyright issues. We have also used a variety of pedagogical methods and the project was rooted in the school curriculum. Students also developed skills and competences.

Unfortunately in February we had to put the project in a stand by mode because of the earthquake that hit our eTwinners' city. Our prayers were with them and we sent them all our love. But they were strong enough to "reborn" and continue with us! And in March we restarted our activities.

In  my opinion the worst part was just the functioning of the platform because I had many difficulties in uploading files, photos, etc. and managing the pages.

In conclusion, I must say this was a very challenging journey but very rewarding too. This was my first project ever and I am ready to start other projects and to learn more and more.

Thank you Hasibe Yalçınkaya!

Thank you my sudents!

Thank you Turkish eTwinners!

See you soon! (Next year maybe we go to your city to meet you personally!

 

Ângela Vasconcelos

(14th May 2023)

 

 

It was a huge journey for us; first we decided to make this project together, we emailed each other in summer and started talking about the project process. There was a handicap with the platform, it was really annoying the main idea was to know each other’s cultures, traditions, foods etc. we had a lot of online meetings, talked on the phone, chatted in the WhatsApp to negotiate the details. Meanwhile, there was a big problem: my profile wasn’t in the platform so I couldn’t be a member of the project. I thought we couldn’t manage to collaborate but at last I became a member of the project officially. 

I chose my students and added them into the platform, we created logos for the project and we chose the best logo for Turkish team and Angela chose best logo for her team. We had decided to have two logos for the project. The first online meeting was great! My students were really excited and worried. It wasn’t their first online meeting but they were really nervous. It was very enjoyable and encouraging, we created a padlet so they could add their introductions. We talked about our school, our countries, we created videos about our schools and cities so we could see the differences and similarities. Then Portuguese team created a video about Christmas; it was amazing, we really enjoyed it. Angela and her students were awesome; they had a great performance. In February we prepared a slide about a balance diet and sports. We put it into the Twinspace. 

Then Angela created the padlet “eTwinning café” for students to chat, so our students could ask questions and answer them. We were planning to do something in March (plogging) but we couldn’t because of the massive earthquake in my area. It was devastating; so many people died; 15 millions of people were affected by it . Angela texted me messages everyday saying her best wishes for us. Then in March our school opened again and we started the project again; we had to do something; we had to move on to heal. It was really good for us to be busy with school work. It was great to collaborate. In April we had to prepare a Ramadan video so my students worked really hard for it. They did their best. In May we had our last online meeting with students but there was a tech problem with the platform but in spite of all the problems, we could have a great experience together. 

This project is collaboration, sharing, learning and in short it’s the beauty of sharing. Angela and I became friends forever, we learned a lot from each other and we worked really hard. eTwinning hopefully opens the minds of our students.

 

Hasibe Yalçınkaya

(15th May 2023)


2a Reunião Online - 8 de maio 2023

Vídeo "Ramadan" - turma da Turquia - abril 2023

lv_0_20230413201856.mp4

Caminhada ecológica - "Plogging" - 25 de março 2023

Vídeo - Receitas típicas de Portugal e da Turquia - março 2023

Powerpoints - A importância de uma alimentação saudável e do exercício físico - março 2023

Healthy living_eTwinning.pptx
BALANCED DIET_kopyası_230515_135121.pdf

Padlet - eTwinning Café - Let's talk about our project


As nossas preces para com a Turquia - fevereiro de 2023

Clara Azevedo e Natacha Paio (8º N) - vencedoras do melhor vídeo de Natal do projeto eTwinning - entrega dos prémios

Natal 2022

Vídeo de Natal 

1a Reunião Online - 25 de novembro 2022

CONSTANÇA ALMEIDA

Vencedora do melhor logótipo do projeto eTwinning - entrega do prémio

https://view.genial.ly/637a81960265ca0018b2e18b/presentation-newspaper-presentation

Vídeos - Apresentação das Escolas - novembro 2022

Turma da Ribeirinha


Turma da Turquia

Exposição na Biblioteca para eleição do logótipo do Projeto eTwinning - Logo competition - novembro 2022

Padlet - apresentação dos alunos Portugueses e Turcos - outubro 2022

Apresentação do Projeto

Turmas envolvidas no projeto

Atividades e calendarização do projeto

eTwinning_Calendarização.pdf