Stáhněte si brožuru Zkuste na vaší škole jazyky učit jinak. Sepsali jsme poznatky z projektu. Mimo jiné se dozvíte informace o metodě CLIL, co vše je potřeba, pokud se rozhodnete získat pro vaši školu jazykového asistenta, jakým způsobem můžete navázat zahraniční spolupráce a jak psát projektové žádosti a v neposlední řadě v brožuře naleznete zajímavé tipy na výukové materiály.
Brožura je zdarma a vznikla ve spolupráci s naším partnerem British Council v rámci projektu Ianua Linguarum Reserata (Janička), registrační číslo: CZ.1.07/1.1.00/55.0005, za finanční podpory Evropského sociálního fondu prostřednictvím OP VK a státního rozpočtu ČR.
Zkuste na vaší škole jazyky učit jinak - brožura ke stažení
Video-lekce v angličtině doplněné o pracovní a metodické listy, které vám pomohou aplikovat metodu CLIL do vašich hodin
Díky VideoCLILu mohou rodilí mluvčí i v příštím školním roce učit a bavit školáky i jejich učitele. V rámci projektu Janička byly vytvořeny dvě desítky videí, v nichž rodilí mluvčí předávají dětem vybranou látku do hodin Člověk a jeho svět. Videa a k nim speciálně vytvořená metodika a pracovní listy jsou zdarma volně ke stažení.
Jednotlivé video-lekce a pracovní a metodické listy ke stažení:
Zveme Vás na veřejnou konferenci k projektu Janička, která se uskuteční v pondělí 22. června mezi 9. a 17. hodinou v KC GreenPoint.
Ohlédneme se za projektem, vybereme ty nejzajímavější metody a praktické způsoby práce s CLIL metodou, podiskutujeme o zajímavých tématech z oblasti vzdělávání, práce s rodilými mluvčími a dalších.
Svou účast nám prosím potvrďte na firstname.lastname@example.org. Těšíme se na Vás.
Adresa: Dvouletky 529/42, 100 00 Praha 10, https://www.kc-greenpoint.cz/
English practice 11. 6. 2015
Náš Steve pro deváťáky vymyslel opravdu zábavnou aktivitu.
Návštěva McDonald´s a vyukoušet si, jestli s tu anglicky domluví. Domluvili se všichni. nikdo nezůstal ohladu.
A ještě jsme se pěkně prošli.
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Skotské hry v Bruntále? Samozřejmě. Máte-li na škole jazykového asistenta ze Skotska, tak je zcela namístě a téměř povinností uspořádat tuto velkolepou akci. A že se náramně povedla, se můžete sami přesvědčit na stránkách naší školy. Zde jsou k dispozici rovnou dvě videa. Jednou naše 1. skotské hry zaznamenala televize Polar, druhý záznam je z naší dílny. Na fotkách je na mnoha záběrech prezident Prvních skotských her v Bruntále - Mr. IAIN PAUL HAGAN.
Budete-li potřebovat rychlou zdravotnickou pomoc a bude-li ve vaší blízkosti náš jazykový asistent Iain Hagan, pak buďte zcela klidní. Iain se nechal proškolit v první pomoci a zvládá ji velmi dobře. Podívejte se na fotky z akce pořádáné každoročně pro naše deváťáky. Letos s nimi absolvoval celé školení i Iain.
Podívejte se, jak si Iain vedl: https://youtu.be/hUHE9AzY9LM
The middle of last month saw myself, four teachers and fifty students go on our biennial school trip to London. The trip was open to kids from the 7th to the 9th class and the places filled up quickly from when it was first advertised back at the start of the academic year. We left on Tuesday 12th May at 11:15 am on a brand new coach organised by a tour company from the neighbouring village of Novy Hradek headed by the lovely Jana Hudkova who was also our tour guide and on board England expert. The journey to London was long about 19 or so hours but not uncomfortable and the kids were very well behaved. Several films were watched, several more snacks were consumed including the ubiquitous Czech travelling companion of rizek and chleb and before we knew it we were nearly there. We entered the UK by the efficient but unromantic channel tunnel which led to one of our number succumbing to travel sickness one plastic bag was sacrificed but no long term damage was done.
After battling our way up the M25 and the early morning commuter traffic into London we arrived at Southwark around 08:15. Here we said "cau" to our trusty steed and no doubt sleepy bus drivers and began what would be a very long day for our staff and students a like as they would next see the bus at 7pm that evening. Upon leaving the bus and dividing the group into their relevant classes we didn't make it but 5 step before the first toilet break of the day. With 54 Czechs lined up outside the public conveniences at Southwark must now hold some kind of record.
I was touched by the reaction of the kids and some staff members when they saw "Big Ben" across the Thames their amazement and wonder was audible with one teacher saying to me "Its real Mark its really real". For the first time maybe I was able to appreciate the city of my birth with the perspective of an outsider, this was helped considerable by the travel gods providing us with the most delightful of sunny days, fantastic for sightseeing and definitely showcasing London at its best. Crossing Jubilee bridge we made our way to the London Eye (now sponsored by a fizzy drink company) where most of the kids went up and enjoyed the most fabulous views of the city, from there we went on to the palace of Westminster, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. We were given some free time to enjoy St James' Park and Buckingham Palace before reconvening again and making our way to Horseguards' Parade, Downing Street and Trafalgar Square. It was now mid-afternoon and exhaustion had started to set in especially through the combination of lack of sleep and high temperatures. I was able to leave the group at this stage owing to the fact that I was staying at home and had to beat the rush hour traffic back to suburbia, the kids and remainder of the staff however made their way to Piccadilly Circus, China Town etc before rendezvousing with the bus again which took them off to Eltham, South London and their host families.
The next morning we all met up once again in Windsor however the benevolence of the travel gods had expired and rain poured down upon us all day almost without pause. However the spirits were not dampened and by and large I think everyone enjoyed the tour around the Queen's private residence, myself included as it was also my first time to go inside. I enjoyed the history of it and seeing the final resting places of the likes of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour, however I didn't enjoying the moment when one of the guardsmen screamed "make way" at me when I was slightly slow to react to his brief and much quieter earlier request. We had originally planned to visit Brighton in the afternoon but as we were advised by the oracle that is the internet we had a hunch the weather would be disappointing so we all decamped to my own home town of Camberley primarily for myself and a couple of our teachers to hold an introductory meeting with a local school we hope to partner with through Erasmus plus, but the kids were not disappointed as the shopping centre in Camberley is all undercover and has a Primark which may even be bigger than that in Brighton. After our successful meeting my two colleagues rushed around Camberley town centre catching up on the two hours shopping time they missed before the whole group, drenched and fully laden with booty from Primark and Poundland met up at our local leisure with our ever reliable coach and after saying cheerio they made their long way, three hours as it turned out, with a combination of heavy traffic and bad weather back to Eltham.
The final day had arrived, far too soon for some and maybe not soon enough for others. We were however in luck the previous day's rain had gone, London was back to overcast normality, the kids were able to enjoy their first ride on the tube as well as walking around St Paul's Cathedral, taking in the engineering marvel that is Tower Bridge, even being lucky enough to see it open and close, before heading to the Tower of London. Whilst at the Tower the kids were given some time off to explore, rest and or buy souvenirs. After regrouping our happy band made its merry way to King's Cross, St Pancras to visit Harry Potter's famous platform and shop. Here we were given the chance to get refreshments, have our picture taken at Platform 9 3/4 with a luggage trolley and a stuffed owl or do a spot of shopping. There was one more stop on the itinerary before we were to meet with our coach in Greenwich and start the long trip home, this was a visit to the stadium of the world's greatest football team, Stamford Bridge, however for me and one of our teachers it was not to be as en route by tube the curse of travel sickness struck again and after a small fainting scare we decided to withdraw with the afflicted party and make our way to Greenwich and wait for the rest of the group. So we spent a relaxing couple of hours drinking lucozade in a park in Greenwich before our tour was reunited and together we made our way back through France, Belgium and Germany to our lovely town of Nove Mesto nad Metuji.
Today I visited Ruxi at her school in Prusy. It was great to team teach and experience a tiny rural school! So different to my school not only in size but also age of kids (grades 0-4), but they had smart boards in every room making using materials from the internet very easy and possible. Good job, kids and Ruxi!
On a one-day trip with the Halze school. We visited:
Soos National Nature Reserve Park