Abschlusstagung vom 20.05.-23.05.2003 in Tubbercurry


Comenius Meeting in Tubbercurry

 

From May 20th - 23rd the final Comenius meeting took place in Tubbercurry. It was the first time students from the participating countries met and exchanged their experiences and opinions on the project. The German students wrote:

 

We went to St. Attracta's school for three days. We took part in lessons and had a meeting to discuss the Comenius project of the last year.

 

The Irish students mainly supported a charity project in Africa. They raised funds by different activities like making cakes and selling them, and: they could go to school without wearing their uniform for one day if they paid for it. That money went into the project, too. With the money they bought pregnant animals and sent them to Africa so that the people there could grow animals and support themselves with food.

 

The French students worked on Viarmes and the surrounding area and presented their results by articles and photos.

 

The Italian students did research in a nature conservation area where people try to rebreed extinct species of the area.

 

We - the Germans - worked on the big flood of the river Elbe which is near Clenze. We documented the days of the flood, found out possible reasons, and interviewed politicians.

 

The organization of working on the project was different in the schools. We had regular project days and worked with the same group from form 7 to 9. The Italians had project days, too, whereas the French and Irish pupils had one Comenius lesson a week throughout the year in class seven, that means different pupils each year.

 

All in all the students liked the Comenius project though it sometimes was hard work.
 

(This text was written by Daniela Skerra, Jenny Watson, Felix Krol.)

 

Lehrer aller vier beteiligten Schulen und Schüler aus Frankreich, Deutschland und Irland nahmen teil. Von der Drawehn-Schule waren es Daniela Skerra, Jenny Watson und Felix Krol.

  

 

Irland ist sehr kirchlich geprägt. Der größte Teil der Iren ist katholisch.

 

 

Deutsche und französische Schüler mit ihren Gastgebern

 

 

Das naheliegende Dorf Foxford ist berühmt für seine Textilherstellung

 

 

Irische Landschaft mit irischem Wetter

 

 

Schulflur

 

 

St. Attracta’s school mit Schafen

 

 

Sportplatz, den die Schüler im Unterricht und in den Pausen nutzen können

 

 

Ausarbeitung der Comeniusprojekte der verschiedenen Länder

 

 

Irischer Pub

 

 

Irisch-italienisch-französisch-deutscher Kaffeeklatsch

   

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