Comenius-Project Evaluation Report Time-Table Meetings

 

Short Time-Table

  Time Activity
First
Year
October 2001 Working out the Project plan for the activities in 2001/2002 in Horsens
October - November 2001 Pupils worked on the calendar: Common European values
December 2001 Publishing and distributing the calendar. Publication of calendar on the homepage.
January - March 2002 Students work out science experiments
March 2002 Students send to partner schools experiments and descriptions of their scientist
April - June 2002 The students work on the experiements of their partners and they give feedback, ask questions...
May 2002 Pupils decide what they like to publish and work out publication
     
Second
Year
October 2002 Working out the Project plan for the activities in 2002/2003 in Klagenfurt
October - November 2002 Pupils worked on the calendar: Common European historical events
December 2002 Printing and distribution of the calendars. Publication of calendar on the homepage.
January - May 2003

Pupils work together on the topics of the project:

  • Myths and legends, Vikings in Lithuania,
  • Traces, leftoversof Romans and Celts in and around Frankfurt,
  • 1st traces of Christianity and leftovers, Travels of Vikings, ships,
  • Traces and Remains, Celts, Romains, Middle-Ages in Klagenfurt
March 2003 Exchange of planned projects in English by E- Mail
May 2003 Publication of results on the Homepage
  April 2003 Students Exchange: Austrian to Italy (ten days) and Students Exchange: Italiens to Austria (ten days)
  May 2003 Austrian and German teachers work together on the Project in Italy and plan, teach and evaluate lessons..
     
Third
Year
October 2003 Working out the Project plan for the activities in 2003/2004 in Frankfurt
October - November 2003 Pupils worked on the calendar: Common European festivals, customs and traditions
December 2003 Printing and distribution of the calendars. Publication of calendar on the homepage.
January - May 2004

Sstudents work out a wide variety of topics where they feel that we live in a Common Europe. We want to deal with main problems of young peolpe in Europe and to compare the results.

  • Problems of young people in Europe
    • Genetic technology
    • unemployment
    • environment
    • right wing groups and parties, obstacles on the way to a EU-integration
    • multicultural society
  • Common European features
    • Roots in European Languages
    • Roots of languages (Latin words in different languages)
    • Dialects
    • Festivals, holidays and traditions and their roots in different countries