Students elaborate materials about aspects of their home country and they are received and analysed by the other partner schools. Topics might be: our country, ourselves, culture, etc.
Posted by: Ana Arias Castro
We are in the middle of the worst month of the year for any Spanish student as there are plenty of exams to do every day. Anyway we'de like to count on you for another project next year.
We have been replied from the Spanish National Agency and we haven't been given the quality label because the twinspace is a mess (I admit it is, next year I'll try to organize it better if we have any other prject) and because some of our partners have simply vanished and etwinning projects should have a more balanced share of work. I'm sorry...
At CPI Tino Grandío, Spain, we have been working on a final exhibition about our project. In June we won't have any afternoon classes so we won't have time to continue with our project. Anyway, we are about to finish some posters that summarize what we have been doing this year. We really want all our classmates, other students and teachers to know about the project and what we have learnt this year.
In this picture you can see some of us working on the posters yesterday afternoon. We'll write another message showing what the exhibition is like as soon as...
Today we've had a look at your presentation about Lithuania and those students who were not at school when we had a look at the ones about your sportspeople and your president also had the opportunity to see them.
My students think that your country is different from ours. Your houses look different, you have houses and not blocks of flats as in most Spanish cities. We were also surprised at how important the sea is in your country. We live away from the sea here, you know.
Those students who were not here when we showed the presentation about your president...
we have been working eagerly to prepare the presentation about our country - Lithuania. even though Lithuania is a small country, we didn't manage to put all the interesting material into one presentation. but we strongly believe that now you will imagine what country we live in. it is really a very attractive spot worth seeing it with your own eyes. Enjoy it.
Thank you for your presentations. They are beautiful. We liked the presentation about sportspeople better than the one about your president. We are surprised that your president has two nationalities, Lithuanian and American.
In Spain we don't know much about Lithuania but after your presentations we know much more.
We'll be happy if you send more presentations about your country.
Víctor Luaces, Javier Varela, Héctor Lamagrande, María Rodríguez, Sheila Rodríguez and Lidia Fernández (all the other students are on a school trip today)
We have been working really hard on some presentations for several weeks. Today we are presenting two of them, and we hope to upload more presentations as soon as they are completed. We strongly believe that you will enjoy watching about the first person in Lithuania, our President - Valdas Admkus as well as sportspeople who make our small country famous in the world.
We were also satisfied with your letters which arrived very fast. We were even suprised for receiving them so quickly, as it usually takes much time for us to write amswers.
Lithuania's opinion about music, sports and celebrities in Spain
Posted by: Neringa Lemežienė
last week we had a chance to watch your power point presentations about sports, music and celebrities in Spain. we admit that you have done a very interesting presentation which perfectly represents your country and people.
we also had a wonderful dicussion on the topics: the boys liked the material about sports and i was satisfied even astonished that they know some of sportsmen from Spain. we agreed that you have so many popular sports in your country you can take part. you have proved that football is really the second religion in Spain.
At CPI Tino Grandío we have more or less carried out the work we had set for this school year in our project Knowing Europe. Therefore, we have decided to apply for the quality label in Spain. Even though we may not receive it, we are all proud of all the materials we have prepared and received from the partner schools. We suppose our partners must be in the same stage of the process so best of luck if you eventually decide to apply for the label. Bye.