Italian teachers' evaluation of the Latvian lesson in Italy

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Erasmus + project Nr. 2014-1-LV01-KA201-000431 1

How to Make Education Process Attractive to the Teenagers of the 21st Century”

Teacher’s evaluation sheet

Name of activity

Edward Lear’s Life and Creative Work

Activity presented during the meeting held in

Adria, Italy

Country which presented the activity

Latvia

Country which tested the activity

Italy

Age group on which the activity was tested

16

Number of pupils in the group the activity was tested

14

Please, answer the following questions, giving detailed answers

Did I modify the original activity in order to make it more suitable to my needs? If so, what changes did I introduce?

I didn’t create a biography of Edward Lear to suit the questions on the comprehension sheet provided, but just

gave a very brief outline of his life and works, focusing on his frequent use of nonsense and humour. I also

introduced his use of limericks, as a poetic form to be used in a follow-up lesson., instead of love poems. I didn’t

work on paying compliments as this had already been the focus of a previous lesson on the use of comparative

and superlative adjectives.

 

Did I find it suitable for my class? Why/Why not?

Yes, it was an educational and fun activity for them and provided the opportunity to approach poetry in an

interactive and creative way, with a student-centred focus. The level of English was appropriate for the students

and there were no difficulties with understanding either the poem, or the activities to be done.

 

 

 

Was it innovative with respect to my usual approach?

Yes, because I had never got students to act out a poem before. The choice of “The Owl and the Pussycat” was

very suited to this kind of activity, and its “nonsense” verse allowed students to feel free to have fun with it.

 

 

 

 

Did it produce the expected results on students?

Yes. The class worked in 2 groups and easily managed to produce performances in the time given. The results

were creative and good fun, both for the “actors” and the spectators. (what we didn’t expect was that students

had a nose-ring piercing at hand to use as part of the pig’s costume!!)

 

 

 

Did I feel comfortable with what I was doing?

Yes, The poem was interesting and amusing, as were the activities and this motivated students and made them

curious to learn more.

 

 

 

 

Turkish teachers' evaluation of the German activity in Lithuania

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Erasmus + project Nr. 2014-1-LV01-KA201-000431 1

How to Make Education Process Attractive to the Teenagers of the 21st Century”

Teacher’s evaluation sheet

Name of activity

Speed Dating

Activity presented during the meeting held in

Lithania

Country which presented the activity

Germany

Country which tested the activity

Turkey

Age group on which the activity was tested

12

Number of pupils in the group the activity was tested

20

Please, answer the following questions, giving detailed answers

Did I modify the original activity in order to make it more suitable to my needs? If so, what changes did I introduce?

 

Yes I modifed the activity .M y students are 12 and they are at the 5th grade and their endlish is not enough ble to ask questions about their ideal job. So I changed it and made it useful for my class .They ask to know each other.

What is your name? where are you from ?What’s your favourite subject at school? etc...

 

 

 

 

Did I find it suitable for my class? Why/Why not?

 

Yes it was suitable after the changes.

 

 

 

 

Was it innovative with respect to my usual approach?

 

Yes it was .It was an activity in which all students are actively involved.

 

 

 

 

Did it produce the expected results on students?

 

Yes.They have an opportunity of thinking and answering questions to learn more about their partners.It was an activity which is makes students active, gets the result fast sociable way.

 

 

 

 

Did I feel comfortable with what I was doing?

 

Yes I did. I controled the time. I informed the students when it was time to change partners. They liked to change their partners. They had the ability to communicate with half of the class mates . I was pleased to see how the students motivated..

 

 

 

 

Turkish teachers'evaluation of the Greek activity in Germany

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Erasmus + project Nr. 2014-1-LV01-KA201-000431 1

How to Make Education Process Attractive to the Teenagers of the 21st Century”

Teacher’s evaluation sheet

Name of activity

Feeling the people with blindness

Activity presented during the meeting held in

Germany

Country which presented the activity

Greece

Country which tested the activity

Turkey

Age group on which the activity was tested

12

Number of pupils in the group the activity was tested

18

Please, answer the following questions, giving detailed answers

Did I modify the original activity in order to make it more suitable to my needs? If so, what changes did I introduce?

No I didnt .I did the original activity.But I didnt use hulo hopes.

 

 

 

 

 

Did I find it suitable for my class? Why/Why not?

 

Yes it was suitable and it was a good fun to practice the blindness.

 

 

 

 

Was it innovative with respect to my usual approach?

 

Yes it was innovative. The students were not only practice the blindness but also learn to trust themselves.

 

 

 

 

Did it produce the expected results on students?

 

Yes it did. We clearly understand the difficulties of being a blind person.

 

 

 

 

Did I feel comfortable with what I was doing?

 

It was not an usual activity .It was something new for my class .So we changed the places of desks.I brought some scarfs to class to close students eyes .But I dont have difficulty in testing it. I was comfortable.

 

 

 

 

Turkish teachers' evaluation of the Lithanian activity in Turkey

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Erasmus + project Nr. 2014-1-LV01-KA201-000431 1

How to Make Education Process Attractive to the Teenagers of the 21st Century”

Teacher’s evaluation sheet

Name of activity

Applause

Activity presented during the meeting held in

Turkey

Country which presented the activity

Lithuania

Country which tested the activity

Turkey

Age group on which the activity was tested

12

Number of pupils in the group the activity was tested

18

Please, answer the following questions, giving detailed answers

Did I modify the original activity in order to make it more suitable to my needs? If so, what changes did I introduce?

 

No I didn’t.

 

 

 

 

Did I find it suitable for my class? Why/Why not?

 

Yes it was suitable because I tested the activity at 5th grade and as they havev laernsde the numbers, it is an opportunity for me to practice the numbers with the help of this activity.

 

 

 

 

Was it innovative with respect to my usual approach?

 

Yes it was.

 

 

 

 

Did it produce the expected results on students?

 

Yes it did.They learned to listen each other. They learned to wait their turn.

 

 

 

 

Did I feel comfortable with what I was doing?

 

Yes I felt comfartable. I liked the activity .I gave the instructions first then directed the class .It was a good fun..

 

 

 

 

Turkish teachers' evaluation of the Latvian activity in Italy

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Erasmus + project Nr. 2014-1-LV01-KA201-000431 1

How to Make Education Process Attractive to the Teenagers of the 21st Century”

Teacher’s evaluation sheet

Name of activity

 Edward Lear’s Life and Creative Work

Activity presented during the meeting held in

Italy

Country which presented the activity

Latvia

Country which tested the activity

Turkey

Age group on which the activity was tested

13

Number of pupils in the group the activity was tested

24

Please, answer the following questions, giving detailed answers

Did I modify the original activity in order to make it more suitable to my needs? If so, what changes did I introduce?

 

Yes I did some changes. I do the same activity with different poet.

According to my lesson plan, I choose a Turkish poet, Yunus Emre and I modify the activity for this poet.

 

 

 

Did I find it suitable for my class? Why/Why not?

 

After changing some parts, it became suitable for my class.They have difficulty in understanding some parts of poems but I guided them.

 

 

 

 

 

Was it innovative with respect to my usual approach?

 

Yes it was innovative.

 

 

 

 

Did it produce the expected results on students?

 

Yes it did. They had the opportunity to have a group activity , they prepared a drama in a shoert time.It was enjoyable and useful for their creativity.

 

 

 

 

Did I feel comfortable with what I was doing?

 

It was my first experience with such an activity .First I was a little bit afraid of doing it But later on I liked it. I am satified with the result .This activity was a good way to explain the life and poems of an author in a very short time.Students enjoyed acting the poems.