Transational Learning/Teaching/Training Activity (Italy)

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Istituto d’Istruzione Superiore “E. Majorana-Gen. A. Cascino”

ERASMUS PLUS

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March 18-22, 2019

                     CLIL IN VET                     

ITALY 

                   


March   18th  Monday

ARRIVAL  AT THE AIRPORT “FONTANAROSSA” OF CATANIA  OF THE GROUPS

Portugal, Turkey, Slovakia, Slovenia, Lithuania

 PICK UP      Transfer CT / Piazza Armerina  By  Etna trasporti

https://www.checkmybus.it/catania-aeroporto/piazza-armerina

 or if you  wanted school can organize bus 

One 19 places bus cost 280,00 Euros

Communicate us if we have to book them as soon as possible, please

Hotel accommodation


   FIRST DAY

March 19th Tuesday

 PIAZZA ARMERINA

H 9:00/ 13:15 AM                                         WELCOME ACTIVITIES

                                                                    TEACHERS AND STUDENTS

IN THE SCHOOL    n 2  Senatore Marescalchi  square       AUDITORIUM

9:00 a.m.   OFFICIAL RECEPTION OF THE STUDENTS AND TEACHERS:

PRESENTATION OF SICILY , SCHOOL  AND LTTA ACTIVITIES

H10:00 STAFF MEETING ORANGE ROOM

H 10:30 AM  BREAK COFFEE IN THE ORANGE ROOM

CLIL TRAINING COURSE INTRODUCED BY TEACHERS MIkE AND MICHELLE ( OUR BRITISH SCHOOL  MOTHER TOUNGUE SUPPORT TEACHERS);

PRESENTATION OF CLIL ACTIVITIES THROUGH THE USE OF DIFFERENT APPROACHES ( FLIPPED CLASSROOMS ,COOPERATIVE LEARNINGS, ITC)

PRESENTATION AND TESTING OF PRODUCED MATERIALS( TEACHING ACTIVITIES OF  DIFERENT INSTITUTIONS).

H 13:15 WELCOMING LUNCH WITH TRADITIONAL SICILIAN FOOD ABOUT OUR ANCIENT CULTURAL KITCHEN HERITAGE.

(ORANGE AND BLUE  ROOMS) LUNCH OFFERED BY ALL ITALIAN  STUDENTS AND TEACHERS  INVOLVED IN THE PROJECT.

H 2:30 / 4:00 PM

WALKING IN  PIAZZA ARMERINA * VISITING THE HISTORICAL CENTRE WITH NARROW STREETS,CHURCHES AND THE CATHEDRAL .

4:00 PM VISIT OF THE CITY HALL FOR A WELCOMING SPEECH BY MR NINO CAMMARATA ,THE MAJOR  OF CITY OF PIAZZA ARMERINA .AND OF MR  ETTORE MESSINA THE MINISTER OF TOURISM WHO WILL INTRODUCE US  THE TOURISTIC POLICY OF OUR TOWN .

VISIT OF MUSEUM OF FARMER (SICILIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE)

VISIT OF MUSEUM OF SULFERS (SICILIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE)

DINNER AT THE RESTAURANT” AL TEATRO “WITH NORMA PASTA AND DELICIOUS FOOD (10 EUROS PER PERSON WITHOUT DRINKS) 

                               


March 20th     WEDNESDAY

H 8.30:00 AM/10.30 PM

CLIL WORKSHOP (MICHELLE)

“CLIL PATHWAYS”: LESSONS IN GROUPS OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS.

STUDENTS WORK ON GIVEN TASKS TOGETHER IN SIMULATIONS OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS THAT LEADS THEM TO COMMUNICATE IN PROFESSIONAL  ENGLISH COOPERATION OF TRAINING COMPANIES.

TEACHERS DO JOB SHADOWING ACTIVITIES AND ANALYSE LESSONS .

 ( BREAK COFFEE  10.30 IN THE ORANGE ROOM)

H 11:00 a.m. /1.00 a.m.

WORKSHOP :HOW TO CREATE  A CURRICULUM FOR TRAINING COMPANIES

LUNCH “DA Nino” (15 euros per person)

H 15:00 VISIT OF ROMAN VILLA OF CASALE ** UNESCO SITE

H 7.30 P.M.  PIZZA PARTY  “da ELIDE ” 10 euros per person


 March 21 Th    THURSDAY

H 8.30:00 AM/10.30 PM

CLIL WORKSHOP(Mike)

EXPLORING THE POTENTIAL OF  THE WEB TOOLS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CLIL IN VET

FIRST PART

( BREAK COFFEE  10.30 IN THE ORANGE ROOM)

H 11.00 AM /1.10 PM

EXPLORING THE POTENTIAL OF  THE WEB TOOLS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CLIL IN VET

SECOND PART

EVALUATION OF IMPLEMENTED ACTIVITIES AND PROJECT .

LUNCH IN “Amorelli” menu  about 12 /15  euros it depends on your choice

H 3.00 PM VISIT OF TOWN OF AIDONE ***, MUSEUM WITH THE VENERE OF MORGANTINA AND OF  THE ANCIENT SITE.

DINNER IN Guendalina  about 15 euros per person  PIAZZA ARMERINA


March 22 TH  FRIDAY

H 9:00 AM/10.30 PM WITH

INTERNATIONAL FAIR ABOUT TRAINING COMPANIES BY ALL PARTNERS INVOLVED IN THE PROJECT

BRING YOUR MATERIAL IN SICILY PLEASE(FLYERS,PRODUCTS, PPT  ,CARDS,POSTERS ,GADGET ETC.                                                                            

                                                               BLENDED MOBILITY

 DURING THE FAIR  WE WILL ORGANIZE A  ONLINE MEETING BETWEEN STUDENTS IN SICILY AND THE OTHER AT HOME IN A BLENDED MOBILITY( PLEASE MANAGE IT IN YOUR SCHOOLS WITH SKYPE )

BREAK AT 10.30

H11:00 /13 :00

LTTA EVALUATION

FILL IN THE QUESTIONNAIRE AND TEACHERS’ FEEDBACK


 

MARCH 23 TH SATURDAY

COMING BACK HOME BY PARTNERS

GOOD BYE AND MEETING IN SENATORE MARESCALCHI SQUARE FOR THE PICK UP IN CATANIA FONTANAROSSA  BY  BUS

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

* The city of Piazza Amerina developed during the Norman domination in Sicily (11th century), when Lombards settled the central and eastern part of Sicily.

But the area had been inhabited since prehistoric times. The city flourished during Roman times, as shown by the notable mosaics at the patrician Villa Romana del Casale.

In the CITY was founded rest of settlements and a necropolis from the 8 century before Christ. The town is famous chiefly for its Roman mosaics in the Villa Romana del Casale, about 3 kilometres (2 miles) to the southwest. It has a range of significant architecture dating from medieval through the 18th century. The discovery and excavation of the well-preserved, highly refined mosaics has helped attract tourists.

This is an example of work done by migrants from Africa  in the past.

The medieval history of the city is manifest in some of its houses, which show Norman or Gothic architecture. The main landmarks include a range of architectural styles:

  • The massive Baroque cathedral (17th and 18th centuries), built on the 15th-century foundations of a former church, from which the bell tower was taken and reused.[1]Also original to the 15th-century church are the Catalan-Gothic style windows on the left side. The dome dates from 1768. The façade has a notable portal with spiral columns by Leonardo De Luca. The interior, with a single large nave, houses the Madonna della Vittoria (Madonna of the Victory). The Byzantine icon is traditionally associated with the banner donated by the Pope to Roger I of Sicily during the Council of Melfi. The cathedral has an unusual two-sided crucifix by an unknown artist. The Diocesan Museum holds reliquiaries, articles of silverware, monstrances and other religious art works.[2]
  • The nearby Palazzo Trigona, house of the wealthy family who commissioned the church.
  • The Church of Fundrò, known also as St. Roch, with a carved tufa portal.
  • The nearby Palazzo di Città(1613), characterized by a fresco ceiling by Salvatore Martorana.
  • The massive Aragonese Castle (1392–96). It is square in shape, with square towers.
  • The church of San Giovanni Evangelista(14th century), with an interior covered with frescos by Guglielmo Borremans and assistants.
  • The baroque church of Sant'Anna(18th century), with its original sinuous façade inspired by the buildings of Borromini.
  • The church of St. Martin of Tours (1163).
  • The church of Santa Maria di Gesù(16th century), now abandoned.
  • The Garibaldi Theatre.

Outside the city is the ancient church of the Priorato di Sant'Andrea (1096), founded by Count Simon of Butera, a nephew of Roger I of Sicily. It has important medieval frescoes.

The Roman Villa of Casale**http://www.visitsicily.info/villa-romana-del-casale/

The Villa is a monument of great historical and artistic value of the late Roman Empire. It has those special characteristics of residence and representation, due to both the complexity of the architectural layout and the richness of the decoration, typical of many large Roman villas built in

The presence, confirmed at present, of skilled African mosaic workers linked to the cities of Carthage, Hippo, Caesarea, turned Villa del Casale into one of the most important testimonies of all the African mosaic art of the Late Antiquity and at the same time an example of the ability of the Roman culture to convey the strength of its state, military and economic organisations, concepts, values and shared forms throughout the Mediterranean and integrate  different cultures.

***Morgantina is an archaeological site in east central Sicily, southern Italy. It is sixty kilometres from the coast of the Ionian Sea, in the province of Enna. The closest modern town is Aidone, two kilometres southwest of the site. The site consists of a two-kilometre long ridge running southwest-northeast, known as Serra Orlando, and a neighboring hill at the northeast called Cittadella. Morgantina was inhabited in several periods. The earliest major settlement was made at Cittadella and lasted from about 1000/900 to about 450 BCE. The other major settlement was located on Serra Orlando, and existed from about 450 BCE to about 50 CE. Morgantina has been the subject of archaeological investigation since the early 20th century.

Serra Orlando was identified as Morgantina by Kenan Erim following the discovery of a number of coins bearing the Latin word HISPANORUM. Erim used these coins and passages from Livy to argue that the city found at Serra Orlando was in fact the ancient city of Morgantina.

Morgantina is an example of integration of  different cultures in the past.

All Sicily as a Greek colony in the past and because dominated by a lot of  peoples ( ARABIANS/NORMANS) is an example of good INTEGRATION of different  races and civilties where Sicily at the end predominated imposing its culture made up of a multicultural  melting pot .

PIAZZA ARMERINA ‘S MAP

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