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Unity in Diversity: Russia & The English-Speaking World E-learning: how it helps to break boundaries .
Transcript of Unity in Diversity: Russia & The English-Speaking World E-learning: how it helps to break boundaries .
E-learning: how it helps to break boundaries
1. We can learn everywhere and any time we want
2. We can talk to anyone in the world using skype
3. We can participate in different international projects, conferences.
4. We can study without a teacher, not be afraid to make mistakes, using e-courses in different countries
5. We can visit places of interests in other countries
6. We can get some materials, such as certificates, documents at home
7. We can develop our knowledge using e-books
8. We use light devices with a lot of information
9. We are able to pay for everything, having the skill to do it. History: "Ivan IV and Elizabeth I:
comparison of two historical figures" Our the Lyceum №1557' Team
of pupils, teachers and parents
decided to participate in this competition,
because we wonder this topic and we are interested in e-learning education. E-learning: how it helps to break boundaries .
Our School Team of pupils, teachers and parents took part in the international project
"Tulip's Garden" Unity in Diversity:
Russia & The English-Speaking World
E-learning: how it helps to break boundaries . Our award
We are at the beginning!
But we enjoy our Project!
We hope you will join
our TULIP’S GARDEN!
Our bulb will grow underground this winter. When spring arrives it will become a beautiful tulip plant with a big red flower! We Plant Our Tulips
A bulb contains everything the plant needs for winter survival and spring growth. As a scientist, we explore our bulb and predict what its parts will become. A Closer Look
We have seen a tulip bulb .
Hold one and examine it.
How would you describe what it looks like? The Image of the Week
We are at the Map
We do our report every week
We are responsible for each part of work:
• To find Red Empire Tulips
• To learn it’s structure
• To draw or make them
• To plant them and investigate the conditions
• To make a report
• To connect with other project’s participants
• To show you our project and invite to collaborate! Our Experiment
Welcome Citizen Scientist Gardeners
Our hypothesis was the following:
Our Tulip’s Test Garden will give us a connection with English-speaking citizen scientists Our hypothesis «Always choose the most difficult way - there
you will not find competitors»
We knew about the project “Tulip”s Garden” from our English teachers and decided to take part in this interesting project.
Zelenograd, 2012 School 845
“Tulip’s Garden” 0ur Competition
“The Best Tulip” It is a tulip bulb
cut in cross section
We're going to bury our tulip bulbs in the garden. But wait! What's a bulb? Let's take a look. Our bulb is unique. Measure our bulb and draw a picture of it. The First in Russia http://www.learner.org/jnorth/season/fall2012/calendar.html We test our hypothesis by doing an experiment Doing an experiment
Our connection with English-speaking citizen scientists
A bulb is a specialized plant storage structure that contains everything the plant needs to survive winter and grow in the spring.
When we cut open our bulb, we can notice that it is kind of wet and a little juicy. A bulb's thick, fleshy leaves, called scales store food and water to keep the bulb alive in cold and dry conditions.
What is a Bulb? What's Inside?
Carefully cut open a bulb and look inside. Use a magnifying glass if you can. What do you see?
Pupils, teachers and parents Our Aims of participating in this competition 1.To learn more about prominent figures of past;
2.To find out new facts about Russia;
3.To be tolerant to the other opinion;
4.To define similarities and differences between Russia & The English-Speaking World;
5. Team working;
6.To refresh skills in working with different sourses, using Internet;
7. To develop our skills in finding, comparing and analysing historical facts. We participated in the School Team Сompetition
“Unity in Diversity: Russia & The English-Speaking World. Pyotr Stolypin 150th Anniversary – “Revolutionary Reformer of Russia, Pyotr Stolypin and a Similar figure in the English Speaking World of the First Half of the 20th Century: Similarities and Differences” in 2012. We manadged to get the award - the third place among 1500 participants. We found penfriends in the UK due to the Participation in the Project "Cambridge English Penfriends " E-learning: how it helps to break boundaries . http://learning.9151394.ru/course/view.php?id=7838 We participated in the Competition
"British Buldog" in this year ( 17% of our pupils). It was rather usefull for us! Our pupils from the third, the forth and the sixth forms drew amazing animals and sent their pictures to the site Eleni Litsiu, a pupil from the 3d form
drew this wonderful horse Katya Kanushina drew
this amazing elk We began finding friends
from the 2010 year and
we liked this collaborative
work ! Collaborative work of the
Lyceum №1557' team