FOR project`s contents

This project intends to apply innovative CLIL method to multilingual learning-teaching system in upper secondary education, with the regard to develop academic language skills related to Botany vocabulary and mythology, and social language abilities in English to B2 level. So, having as starting point the official curricula of upper secondary education within our respective countries (Spain, Italy, and Greece), upper secondary pupils are going to work simultaneously on various contents in English (Botany related vocabulary in English and modern languages, classical roots of Botany vocabulary, classical myths and plants) belonging to more than one academic discipline: modern languages (English and partners` mother tongues: Spanish, Basque, Italian, and Greek), classical languages and literatures (Latin and Ancient Greek), classical culture (Mythology), natural science (Botany related vocabulary), and computers (on line platforms and applications).

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viernes, 7 de abril de 2017

Attendance certificates at Plinio Seniore

The students taking part in the 6th mobility were given the attendance certificate.

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Revision of F.O.R. platforms at Plinio Seniore

The general coordinator of F.O.R. Erasmus project, Karmele Lopez de Abetxuko, revised the status of project`s platforms with students and teachers: twinspace, wiki, blog, facebook and YouTube accounts.
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Ikebana workshop at Plinio Seniore

Concerning the main subject of F.O.R. Project, students and teachers attended the Ikebana workshop and arranged some floral compositions.
Ikebana is a way of arranging flowers that was developed by the Japanese. It was introduced in Japan in the sixth century by Chinese Buddhist missionaries, who had formalized the ritual of offering flowers to Buddha. The art is based on the harmony of simple linear constructions and the appreciation of the subtle beauty of flowers and natural material, such as branches and stems.
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Visiting the National Archaeological Museum of Naples

On 6th of April F.O.R. students and teachers visited the National Archaeological Museum of Naples with our guide Giogio. Later on, they visited some landmarks of Naples.
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miércoles, 5 de abril de 2017

Visiting Pompeii

The sudents taking part in the sixth mobility visited some interesting places in the Roman town of Pompeii: the forum, the odeon, the fullonica of Stephanus, the palaestra and the amphitheatre.
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martes, 4 de abril de 2017

Visit to The “Royal Palace at Quisisana”

Today we visit the park belonging to the Royal Palace at Quisisana, the domus of loco sano with a botanist who explained some aspects related to the plants of  FOR project.


The “Royal Palace at Quisisana” is practically unknown even to those who know the area; yet it lays claim to being the first such royal residence in the north of the ancient Kingdom of Naples, older even than the Angevin fortress at the port (from 1300). 

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lunes, 3 de abril de 2017

Visiting the anccient villas of Stabia (03-04-2017)

FOR students and teachers visited Villa San Marco and Villa Arianna guided with two students from Plinio Senione.
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