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Type of the event:Discussion/Debate/meeting
Online or offline:Offline
Main theme/focus:Digital Media Literacy
Date time start: 29/03/2019 12:00
Date time end: 29/03/2019 14:00
Number of hours:2
Organisation:Liceul Voievodul Mircea
Address of the event:Bulevardul Carol I 70, Târgoviște, Romania
Responsible (trainer/organizer):Elena-Diana Oprea
Email of the organiser:firstname.lastname@example.org
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Target Group:School students
Number of participants:50
Short description of the event:
During this campaign, I conducted two activities, both supported by digital tools. In the 9th grade, during an assessment class, the students, using their own phones, had the task of doing two texts starting from the word childhood. The first text had to respect the particularities of the artistic style and the second text had to meet the features of the scientific functional style! The fact that they were allowed to use the phone during the Romanian language and literature for educational purposes was a delight for the pupils. The evaluation time was a success!
The second activity focused on teaching-learning, using the flipped classroom model. There were three important sequences: in the first didactic sequence, students had the task of looking for information about the Romanian poet George Bacovia and selecting what they considered relevant to his poetry work. In the second part of the activity, the students went to the digital library of the University of Cluj, they searched for a volume of lyrics written by George Bacovia, read more poems, stopped on a single lyrical text, presented to the class, motivating their choice! In the last sequence of activity, the students searched the internet for an image, a drawing, a symbol to capture the message of the poetry they read.
Using the phone at the moment of evaluation raises the interest of the students, increases the level of involvement and active participation in the classes!
I enjoyed the activity because we were the source of information! (Larisa)
I liked this activity because I combined the useful with the pleasure! (Monalisa)
I liked the activity because I had access to the internet and I learned new things! (Alexia)
Yes, I liked this activity because we were able to use the internet and because we brought information to this lesson. (Ana)
It was fun! (Cristian)