Today the Spanish students who will be participating in the activities in Bulgaria from 19th to 25th November 2017 have already been learning about the country and its customs thanks to Antonia, a Bulgarian lady who has lived in Ibiza for 16 years. Antonia accepted to come and share her knowledge and experiences with the travelling students, their families and teachers. Thank you, Antonia! It has been a pleasure. 🙂
Spanish students gathered with other students and families in order to share their impressions, experiences and acquired knowledge in Poland during the second LTT activity.
Back in Ibiza, Spanish teachers shared their impressions, experiences and acquired knowledge during the second LTT activity, which took place in Poland, with other teachers.
During our stay in Poland, where the main topic was ecology, students became real “ecological” reporters. You can have a look at the results in the following links.
https://gb.ivoox.com/en/18607244 Polish reporters
https://gb.ivoox.com/en/18607179 Bulgarian reporters
https://gb.ivoox.com/en/18607299 Portuguese reporters
https://gb.ivoox.com/en/18641348 Spanish reporters
https://gb.ivoox.com/en/18641417 Hungarian reporters
Even though we come from different countries, we face the same ecological problems. Students have expressed several ecological concerns through poetry. Do not hesitate to spend a while listening to these beautiful eco-poems.
Listen to School Radio Waves first interview, carried out in Kecskemet by students from Hungary, Bulgaria, Portugal, Spain and Poland. We hope you like it. 🙂
In order to bring primary school students closer to the radio and to European projects, we decided to invite several groupsof students from the nearest primary school to our radio studio and show them how we work with it. This was a great opportunity to tell these future secondary school students about Erasmus + projects and, more specifically, about our own project, School Radio Waves.
This is the link to the Spanish ecological poem, titled “Mare Nostrum”. In Sucha Beskidzka, our students will read it and explain its meaning.
The Spanish students that travelled to Keckskémet transfered their acquired knowledge to others (families and students). Meanwhile, travelling teachers showed their experience to the rest of the staff. Thank you, keckskémet team!
Students also edited a difussion video for Spanish families and students showing different activities in the Hungarian programme. Here you have the link.
A few weeks ago journalist and vocal coach Brigitte Bobet gave our E+ Spanish students a two-hour vocal masterclass, in which they learnt new tricks and skills to improve their approach to speaking in front of a microphone or in public.