Our Erasmus logo!

Our Erasmus logo!

The activity began with an open question addressed to the class: “What is a logo?”. After some interventions by the children, the teacher showed them some logos on the IWB, to be able to observe all the characteristics that distinguish them, commenting on them in a debate.
Then the teacher asked the students to sit in a circle and posed another question to the class: “Let’s imagine that an airline company asks us to create a logo, how could we do it?”.
After everyone sat in a circle and contributed with his ideas .
Then the teacher prepared a card showing four hypothetical logos.
At the end one logo was chosen to represent “the company”of the project and played large on a billboard.

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SMALL AIRPLANES

SMALL AIRPLANES

The children (9 years old) know the parts of the plane. They develop manual skills and build small airplanes with everyday materials.

 

 

 

 

Feel like flying … on vacation

Feel like flying … on vacation

Before leaving for the deserved summer holidays we exchanged some flight and travel experiences.

Many of us have already traveled by air and visited an airport and enthusiastically tell us what they saw.

We thus know some elements that make up an airport, we learn their names in Italian and English. To better memorize some of these terms we decide to build the Erasmus airport layout, using boxes, plastic caps and a detergent container.

                      

 

In the end we simulate an airport conversation between a flight attendant and two passengers, trying to expand our lexical baggage in English. What a thrill and what a holiday desire!

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