REPORTS on local or cross-activities / Comptes-rendus des activités locales ou croisées

First  year's field trips in France / Comptes-rendus d'exploration : le milieu littoral, faune sauvage et animaux mythiques

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Reminder: a report of this local training activity was uploaded to our french website 
dedicated to European projects since every Partner is supposed to post informations
on its own local school website to disseminate and valorize the E+A (Noah) project.  
 French students (Seconde 4)  walked the 21st of November from the Bay (and the city centre, next to the High School) 
to Erromardie beach, 4 kilometers far away (northern part of the town).
They had to take videos in order to study 
the morphology of sea shore (Geography) and they also collected some evidences of animal presence (Biology).
A guided visit was done with the Help of two experts from the
"Centre Permanent d'Initiatives pour l'Environnement"
Mr Allistair Brockbank and Mr Jon Frahier.Little movies were made as a first reporting activity test 
by students and given to the Geography teacher...
Attention ! Project holders  will have to use the  FORUM NATURE+CULTURE Twinspace to keep all the rushes and movies made at home in order students to cooperate during study travels (or from peer to peer by the Net).
Please do not forget our main goal: pupils will have to product together some transnational movies.
Thanks to all of implicated teachers to use our blog to keep in touch colleagues and give details about what you are doing with your students..

A movie about REAL AND GOTHIC ANIMALS - March, 2018 

More details about our second field trip below (in a dedicated post) 

Only transnational production or best of national ones will be uploaded
in  this common public portal 
[the E+A (Noah) spot]... 

You'll find in this section (REPORTS tab) some posts on local activities in Bulgaria, France, Romania and Portugal...

Our priority during the first year was to prepare our students to use their smartphones to do footage and montage and to show them how to cooperate (and implement reporting teamwork). We'll check how they do manage to target these goals in a transnational context during C1 (first short term exchange in May, 2018)