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Comenius Project : TurningIdeasInto Actions

FRENCH DELEGATION’S REPORT- Teachers

IES San Blas– Aracena

ISC – La Ville du Bois

MOBILITY 3 : Aracena – Spain

From 11th to 18th May 2014


Summary
Summary

  • 1 - Our Comenius project

  • 2 - From La Ville du Bois (France) to Aracena (Spain)

  • 3 - Sharing Europeanexperiences

    • Atschool

    • Social activities

    • Cultural and environmentalvisits


Comenius projectTurningIdeasInto Actions2013-2015Europeanpartnershipwith 7 schools in 5 countries


From france to spain
FROM FRANCE TO SPAIN

La Ville du Bois, France

Aracena, Spain

about 1 685 km


  • SPAIN

  • Area : 506 000 km²

  • Population : 47 Million people

  • Population density/ km² : 92.5

  • Capital : Madrid

  • FRANCE

  • Area : 550 000 km²

  • Population : 66 Million people

  • Population density/ km² : 103

  • Capital : Paris


Sunday may 11th
Sunday, May 11th

DEPARTURE OF THE COMENIUS FRENCH DELEGATION

Students :

Lise-Marie Baton

Anne-Lou Folliot

CléaJégou

Teachers :

Danielle Lavollée

Agnès Mahé

Laurence Martin


Sunday may 11th1
Sunday, May 11th

ARRIVAL BY NIGHT AT ARACENA

The host familieswelcome the Comenius French group.


Sharing european experiences at school
Sharing Europeanexperiences : Atschool


Monday may 12th
Monday, May 12th

THE HEADMASTER M. GABRIEL DE LA RIVA AND THE COMENIUS SPANISH COORDINATOR LOLA MÁRQUEZ WELCOME

ALL THE DELEGATIONS OF

Austria, France: Métropole and Martinique, Italy, Spain, U-K

AT SAN BLAS INSTITUTE)

A group of Spanishstudentspresenttheirschool.


  • OUR SCHOOL :

  • ISC (Institution du Sacré Cœur)

  • Location : La Ville du Bois, France

  • 25 km from Paris.

  • Environment :

  • At the heart of a veryniceparkincluding a lake.

  • Students : 1480

  • Headmaster :

  • Mr. Thierry Dubois

  • Website :

  • www.isc-villedubois.com

  • THE SCHOOL WE VISIT :

  • IES San Blas

  • Location : Aracena, Spain

  • 90 km from Sevilla

  • Environment :

  • In a nice city surrounded by the hills of the Sierra Huelva

  • Students : 1380

  • Headmaster :

  • Mr. Gabriel de la Riva Pérez

  • Website : http://www.juntadeandalucia.es/averroes/centros-tic/21700381a/helvia/


Monday may 12th1
Monday, May 12th

AROUND AN ANDALOUSIAN BREAKFAST

EVERY ONE GETS IN CONTACT

A warm welcomingfrom the headmaster

Lise-Marie, Anne-Lou and Cléa are ready to work

evenat breakfast.


Wednesday may 14th
Wednesday, May 14th

1ST LESSONS AT SCHOOL

At 8:15, the headmaster

Mr. Gabriel de la Riva and

Mrs. Elena Frías, English teacheratSan Blas Institute welcome the whole Comenius studentswho are attendingsomelessons

Meanwhile, Comenius teachers are shown the San Blas Institute.


Wednesday may 14th1
Wednesday, May 14th

DISCOVERING THE SCHOOL

The San Blas Institute is a secundarybilingualschool, preparing A level in Art, Sciences and Economy. It welcomes 1380 students.

Secondaryschoolstudents

Art

(Raft of the Medusa, realized by 7th form class).

High schoolstudents


Wednesday may 14th2
Wednesday, May 14th

DISCOVERING THE SCHOOL

It alsodelivers a vocational training in administration, finance, earlyyearseducation, dependent care and catering.

Earlyyearseducation

Catering

Dependent care


Wednesday may 14th3
Wednesday, May 14th

WORKSHOP (PART 1)

First work meeting atschool. Comenius studentsjointheir international group to worktogether in the library on differenttopics :

Iberianpig and products(green group)

Aracena’sheritage(orange group)

Sevilla’sheritage(pink group)

Tourism in rural area (yellow group)

Old jobs and new jobs (blue group)

Corkindustry in the countryside(red group)

Theyrealize posters…

… and fill a wiki page withtheirresearches & conclusions.


Thursday may 15th

WORKSHOP (PART 2)

Thursday, May 15th

Whileteachersworktogether about wikispacewith the San Blas webmaster, Mr. Francisco González, students go on working in their group on the preparation of the Wiki and posters at the library.


Friday may 16th

WORK MEETING AT SCHOOL

Anne-Lou, Cléa and Lise-Marie presenttheir Powerpoint work to an English class.

Friday, May 16th


Friday may 16th1

WORKSHOP FINAL PRODUCTIONS

Friday, May 16th

The six different groups presenttheirworks on wiki and posters to the Europeandelegations, headmasters, teachers and students.

Cléa(orange group)

Aracena’sheritage

Anne-Lou (green group) Iberianpig and products

Lise-Marie (blue group)

Old and new jobs


ARACENA’S

HERITAGE

WORKSHOP FINAL EUROPEAN PRODUCTIONS


IBERIAN PIG & PRODUCTS

WORKSHOP FINAL EVALUATION


OLD AND NEW JOBS

WORKSHOP FINAL EUROPEAN PRODUCTIONS


TOURISM IN RURAL

AREA

WORKSHOP FINAL EUROPEAN PRODUCTIONS


Friday may 16th2

SEVILLA’S

HERITAGE

WORKSHOP FINAL EUROPEAN PRODUCTIONS

Friday, May 16th


CORK

INDUSTRY

WORKSHOP FINAL EUROPEAN PRODUCTIONS


CORK

INDUSTRY

WORKSHOP FINAL EVALUATION


WORKSHOP FINAL EUROPEAN PRODUCTION

All the posters are thenhung on in the entrance hall of the school.


Sharing european experiences social activities
Sharing Europeanexperiences : Social activities


Wednesday may 14th4

CORK

INDUSTRY

HIKING ACTIVITY

Wednesday, May 14th

In the lateafternoon, the whole group enjoys a nice time hikingthrough the circularfootpathcalledLos Torros.

Time to discovergrowing fruits, olives, chestnuts and cork.

Raisingcattle, sheep and goats (as much for cheese as for meat).

Oaks of variouskindabound, especiallyholmoaks and corkoaks, the acornsfromwhich are used to fatter up the pigs.

Momisa, peaches and citruses of variouskind, wildcistus, lavender, thyme.


Thursday may 15th1

TOURISM IN RURAL

AREA

Thursday, May 15th

TRIP TO THE GREEN LAKE

On Thursday, aftersomelessons, let’s trip to the Green Lake whichislocated in a naturalprotectedpark. This lakeprovides an important ressource for birdsbased in this area.

The vegetationsurrounding the lakeis of mediterraneanscrublandvariety.


Thursday may 15th2

TOURISM IN RURAL

AREA

TRIP TO THE GREEN LAKE

Thursday, May 15th

Sports instructors manage for the Comenius Students and Teachersoutdooractivities : canoeing, archery, zip line and ropetraversingthroughtrees, and general collective gameswhichstrengthen the cohesion of the group.


Thursday may 15th3

TOURISM IN RURAL

AREA

TRIP TO THE GREEN LAKE

Thursday, May 15th

Students are taught about the local ecosystem.

Meanwhileeveryonecanidentify a magnificentvariety of local flora and fauna (cork and evengreenoaks, polar ash, willow, maple, elm, older, myrtle, bramble, rosemary…). The mediterraneanclimate, the topology and geologycontribute to the factthatAndalucia has the highestnumber of species of flora and trees in Europe. The faunaisrich in otters, wild cats, genets, weasels.


Sharing european experiences cultural and environmental visits
Sharing Europeanexperiences : Cultural and environmentalvisits


Monday may 12th2

IBERIAN PIG & PRODUCTS

Monday, May 12th

TRIP TO AN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY CENTER

IN THE NATIONAL NATURAL PARK

SIERRA DE ARACENA AND PICOS DE AROCHE

This naturalpark, near the Portuguese border, encompasses 184 000 hectares ; 90% of itiscovered by woodland of mainlyMediterraneanoaks.

For avoiding to spoil the nature withhumanbacteries, each one has to wear a specialoversuit.


Monday may 12th3

IBERIAN PIG & PRODUCTS

Monday, May 12th

HERE WE ARE ! FIRST CONTACT WITH THE FAMOUS IBERIAN BLACK PIG IN A LOCAL FARM

Sierra de Aracenaisfamous for itsrearing of Iberian black pigs. They use to searchacornsunder the oaktreesthatgivetheirhamits distinctive quality and thisspecialflavourparticularlyappreciated by gastronoms all over the world.

The Iberian black pig has gotfolding down ears, long and thin legs, a long snout and a dark skin.


Monday may 12th4

WORKSHOPS FOR ALL THE STUDENTS

IBERIAN PIG & PRODUCTS

Monday, May 12th

The whole group isdivided in six international groups. Studentsbuildbird’snesting boxes and create badges. A great time to share and exchange.


Monday may 12th5

IBERIAN PIG & PRODUCTS

Monday, May 12th

COMING BACK TO ARACENA THE GROUP IS INVITED TO VISIT THE HAM MUSEUM

This museumoffers a unique opportunity to learn more about the life cycle of the Iberianpig : fromwhen the acornsfall onto the ground in the pasture lands until the ham in the cellarsisready for eating.

IBERIAN PIG + ACORNS + PASTURE LANDS + CLIMATE + TRADITIONNAL CRAFT MANUFACTURE

= EL IBERICO JAMÓN


Tuesday may 13th

SEVILLA’S

HERITAGE

TODAY IS THE SEVILLA’S DAY : REAL ALCÁZAR

Tuesday, May 13th

ArrivalatSevilleat 9h45.

Let’s go for a guidedvisit of Real Alcazar.

The participants are all the Comenius teachers and students and a San Blas 3rd class ESO E.

The Real Alcazar of Sevilleis a royal palace, originally a Moorish fort. It is one of the best remainingexamples of mudéjar architecture. It isstill the oldest royal palace in use in Europe (the upperlevels are used by the royal family as the official SevilleResidence).


Tuesday may 13th1

SEVILLA’S

HERITAGE

Tuesday, May 13th

LET’S CARRY ON MARIA LUISA PARK !

After a picnic lunch in the Maria Luisa Park, studentsjointheir international groups and participate to a contest all over the parkdiscoveringitswildlife.

The Maria Luisa Park is a public parkthatstretchesalong the Guadalquivir River in Seville. It isSeville’s principal green area. It serves as a botanicalgarden. Over a hundredtreespecies are representatedwitheducational panels to inform the visitors.


Tuesday may 13th2

SEVILLA’S

HERITAGE

Tuesday, May 13th

WALK AROUND THE MOST EMBLEMATIC PLACES :

CATEDRAL DE SANTA MARIA DE LA SEDE

PLAZA DE ESPAÑA

The Spain Square wasbuilt in 1928 for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. It is a landmarkexample of the Renaissance Revival style in Spanish architecture. Designed by Anibal González, this place is a hugehalfcirclewith buildings accessible by numerous bridges representing the 4 ancientkingdoms of Spain.

The Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See, betterknown as SevilleCathedralis a Roman Catholiccathedral. It is the largest Gothic cathedral and the thirdlargestchurch in the world. It wasbuilt to demonstrate the city’swealth : « Let us build a churchsobeautiful and so grand thatthosewhoseeitfinishedwillthinkwe are mad ». Construction began in 1402 and continueduntil 1506.


Wednesday may 14th5

IBERIAN PIG & PRODUCTS

Wednesday, May 14th

VISIT TO AN IBERIAN PORK PRODUCTS FACTORY :

CONSORCIO DE JABUGO

Factories for curing the renownedJamónIberico are dotted all over the Sierra. The mostsaught-afterhamcomesfrom the village of Jabugo, where the biggesthamproducer, Consorcio de Jabugo, isbased.

Jabugo is a synonym of tradition and ritual in the artisan production of Iberian ham. In this town of Sierra de Huelva, with an altitude of 700m and micro-climate that enables the hams and shoulders to cure in natural drying houses at the pace of the seasons, is the Consorcio de Jabugo's cellars, where the incomparable smell and the exquisite taste of their Iberian meats are established

Jabugo’s village

Rewards for the excellence


Wednesday may 14th6

IBERIAN PIG & PRODUCTS

Wednesday, May 14th

VISIT TO AN IBERIAN PORK PRODUCTS FACTORY :

CONSORCIO DE JABUGO


Wednesday may 14th7

CORK

INDUSTRY

Wednesday, May 14th

CORK OF ANDALUCIA

The corkoakcroptakes place betweenJune 15th and August 15th. Lawsforbidtakingcork off the treesoutsidethisbriefperiod. Employees have spent 2 yearsatcollegestudyingthissubjectbeforebeingallowed to work on a treewithspecialcorkkniwes. The corkis in fact a sort of parasite on the bark of the treebeneath.

The Iberiancorkindustry, as well as bottle-stoppers, isalsoused in diverse processesfrom car construction to aeroplaneinsulation. Spain has become the world’sbiggestproducer of cork .


Friday may 16th3

ARACENA’S

HERITAGE

VISIT TO THE CAVES

Friday, May 16th

The municipality of Aracenaissituatedat the heart of the naturalparkSierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche. Westartour tour with the visit of the gorgeousGruta de las Maravillas  (caves of Marvels), whichis one of the mostemblematicnatural monuments in Andalusia and the main tourist attraction in Aracena, itisalso the most impressive limestone caves complexe in Spain.

Discovered in 1886 and opened to the public in 1914, itincludes a total of 2130 meters of subterraneans. The caves are locatedbelow the hill on which stand Aracena Castle and church.


Friday may 16th4

ARACENA’S

HERITAGE

VISIT TO THE CASTLE

Friday, May 16th

The castleitselfnowonlyconsists of ruineddefensivewalls, but thereisalso a large church, the Gothic-Mudéjar Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de los Doloresbuilt in the 13th century, by the KnightsTemplar.

This churchis the destination of an annual procession on the Pentecost and the best place for viewingsplendid panoramas of the town and countryside.


Friday may 16th5

ARACENA’S

HERITAGE

DESCUBRIR

ARACENA

Friday, May 16th

Nearby the Plaza Alta is the newlyrenovatedAyutamiento (Town Hall), a red-brick building, designed by Anibal González in 1911, whoworked on the great exhibition in Sevilla in 1929 and designedthe Plaza de España.

The

Casino de Arias Montanowasalsodesigned by Anibal González. It issituated on the biggest place of AracenaPlazadel Marqués .

In the Town-Hall we are welcome by the mayor of Aracena.


Thursday may 15th4

LUNCH WITH THE HOST FAMILIES

Thursday, May 15th

Cléa & Adriana

Anne-Lou & Ainoha

Lise-Marie & Carlotawithherbigfamily

LUNCH AT SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS

PREPARED AND SERVED BY STUDENTS LEARNING CATERING AT IES SAN BLAS


Friday may 16th6

DINNER AT SCHOOL

Friday, May 16th

In the evening, the Spanishfamilies invite the Comenius group to a final dinnerconsisting of a selection of Spanishdishes.


Sunday may 18th

DEPARTURE DAY

Sunday, May 18th

Specialthanks to :

the headmaster Mr. Gabriel de la Riva,

Mrs. Lola Márquez, Spanishcoordinator,

all the Spanishteachersinvolved,

and of course to our host families

for their warm and professionalwelcome.


Monday may 19th

BACK TO FRANCE

Monday, May 19th

Back to our ISC school, time to shareourexperience.

Firstlywithourheadmaster, Mr.Thierry Dubois,

and soonlywithotherstudents and teachers…


Mobility 3
MOBILITY 3

  • Powerpoint: Danielle Lavollée, Agnès Mahé, Laurence Martin

  • Photos: Agnès Mahé

  • Students team :

  • Lise-Marie Baton, Anne-Lou Folliot, CléaJégou

  • Teachers team :

  • Danielle Lavollée (French coordinator), Agnès Mahé, Laurence Martin


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