O Departamento de Línguas Clássicas e Românicas achou por bem ir ao encontro das necessidades dos alunos do Ensino Secundário que desejam aprimorar os seus conhecimentos ou suprir algumas lacunas decorrentes do estudo da língua materna no domínio da Gramática.
Assim sendo, decidiu dar continuidade à Oficina de Gramática, agora em versão online – OFICINA DE GRAMÁTICA ONLINE –, que será dinamizada pela professora Alívio Ribeiro.
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Candidatura N.º 2020-1-DK01-KA229-075085_2
Integrating stories is a project about " Writing & illustrating & making graphic design of children’s books about refugees" The age group for the project is 15 -18 year olds. The partners in this project are Partners are Turkey (Eskisehir), Italy (Sardinia, Olbia), Romania (Santana) and the coordinator will be Denmark.
Candidatura N.º 2020-1-CZ01-KA229-078162_2
„Go Green“ is a multilateral project of strategic partnership between schools. Six secondary schools from the Czech Republic, Portugal, Greece, Bulgaria, Spain and Turkey will cooperate for two years and in their work, they will focus on the topics of environmental and climate change, energy and resources and environmental responsibility of educational institutions. The objectives of our project are above all connected with acquiring and developing key competences of the participants which is the main priority of the project. By participation in the project the students and teachers will develop communication and language competences, social, digital and analytic competences, extend their creative skills and raise their cultural awareness.
Erasmus + Project - 2019/2020 – 2020/2021
Foreign Languages: YES! – KA229
FLY wants to reach some specific objectives: development of communication and co-learning skills in foreign languages to improve transferable skills-awareness of the educational, cognitive, social and civic, intercultural, professional, digital benefits of language learning; increase in the quality of foreign language teaching through the use of digital and non-formal methods in order to raise pupils' motivation, improve school results and reduce school dropout-provision of an effective personalized didactic approach in order to integrate pupils in difficulty at the language classes, starting from their needs to overcome barriers; continuous professional development opportunities for teachers to get in touch with the latest pedagogical innovations and to update their teaching strategy; development of teaching staff skills through the exchange of good practices with a positive impact on school performance; identification of similarities and differences in the partner countries' educational systems regarding the teaching of foreign languages; valorisation of the national and European identities in a multicultural context; promotion of multilingualism in order to strengthen European social cohesion and intercultural dialogue enhancing cross-border cooperation capacity various disadvantaged backgrounds; learning to learn-awareness of the own learning process.
Coordenator: Romania (Craiova - Scoala Gimnaziala Gheorghe Bibescu)
Partners: Turkey (Aydin- Kusadasi Makbule Hasan Ucar Anadolu Lisesi); Portugal (Braga- Agrupamento de Escolas Alberto Sampaio); Greece (Sófades - 1. Gymnasio Sofadwn); Italy (Tarquinia- Istituto Comprensivo Statale Ettore Sacconi ); Romania; Lithuania (Vilnius -Vilniaus savivaldybes Grigiskiu Sviesos Gimnazija)
Erasmus + Project - 2019/2020 – 2021/2022
Healthy Inclusive Lifestyle through Schools – KA201
The idea behind HILS was conceived and devised to fundamentally challenge the perception that a healthy lifestyle is a privilege for people from a fluent communities and/or prosperous families. We strongly believe that wealth, family background, ethnicity or region are all factors which must not stand in the way of one's healthy living, be it a child or an adult. Schools, as well as health agencies, parents, and communities share a common goal of supporting the link between healthy eating, physical activity, and improved academic achievement of children and adolescents. Academic achievement includes, academic performance (final grades, standardized tests and graduation rates), education behaviour (attendance, dropout rates, and behavioural problems in schools), and students’ cognitive skills and attitudes (concentration, memory, and mood). Evidence shows that the health of students is linked to their success in school, so by working together, we can ensure that young people are healthy and ready to learn. At school level, the benefits of instilling life-long healthy lifestyle habits are enormous. HILS is designed to contribute to the health of all pupils, well-being and school performance, as evidence from research shows that:
Coordenator: Netherlands- (Arnhem- Pallas Athene College)
Partners: UK (London-Nightingale Academy); Portugal (Braga- Agrupamento de Escolas Alberto Sampaio); France(Paris - Lycée Polyvalent Jean Drouant); Spain (Alicante - Instituto de Educación Secundaria Playa San Juan ); Italy (Floridia- Liceo Scientifico “L. da Vinci”); Finland (Helsinki- Latokartonon peruskoulu); Slovenia (Benedikt - Osnovna sola Benedikt)