dal 8 Gennaio 2021 al 10 Giugno 2021
Descrizione del progetto
This project aims to introduce young Europeans to their common European history: a history that can be shared by groups of students from different European countries because the evidences and the rests of Ancient Rome are everywhere. We can communicate with other people speaking different languages all that we have and we know about the archaeological site. Our school is a Touristic Institute that is why we believe that only who knows history, geography, toponymy and the ethnical, social, economical and cultural values of his/her own territory can professionally guide travellers and visitors to the knowledge of interesting tourist attractions. The topic is the history of the Roman Empire since antiquity and its importance in Europe and the world until today: “Rome is everywhere.” Project partners from different grades and different school types present archaeological sites in their region, testimonies and traditions of ancient Rome and learn together about history, geography and ethnic, social, economic and cultural values of Europe.
1. Know archaeological sites and patrimony belonging to a common civilization.
2. Increase the awareness about active European citizenship.
3. Develop the awareness about common and cultural European patrimony and common historical roots.
4. Increase the desire to take care of and enhance the common cultural heritage.
5. Refine specific skills in the promotion area and local and cultural marketing with professional aims as well.
6. Pupils acquire and deepen European key skills ...
7. Competence in the mother tongue by presenting archaeological sites of their area.
8. Foreign language competence through communication with Project partners.
9. Mathematical competence and basic scientific technical competence, e.g. in learning topography of archaeological sites.
10. Computer skills through work in the Twinspace, research in the Internet and presentation of results with various digital tools.
11. Learning skills by preparing presentations.
12. Social competence and civic competence through collaboration and cooperation with different types of schools and different age groups in virtual space with partners in Europe.
13. Initiative and entrepreneurial competence through planning study or class trips, creating advertising material, tourist information and they develop skills in promotion and marketing by writing brochures and adds for the trips.
14. Cultural awareness and expression through knowledge of history and cultural tradition and they get a sense of responsibility for the cultural heritage.
Create a multimedial and digital product to promote the sites, to spread it in other schools specialized in Tourism and to propose it either to the virtual museums or in cultural and touristic exhibition. Creation of a common digital product, e.g. an e-book or a video presentation promoting visits to Roman archaeological sites. The result should be exhibited / published in the participating schools, e.g. on the digital pin board, on the homepage, as a flyer, on the open door day, parents' evening, eTwinning event, Europe Day in May or any other suitable form. The result can be a preparation for real trips (school trips, tourist projects).