Posted by: Christina Soldan | February 1, 2011

Planned Activities in February 2011

2011/02/1
A PowerPoint presentation is made by the Romanian students, of the experiments (and their results) done in the schools.

Rest from the past

May/2010
A trilingual dictionary of technical terms will be created.

Mixed groups of students (ROSE) will write essays on different themes: “What would society be today without the contribution of the selected personalities?” (Both partners)

A questionnaire will be elaborated in which the importance of clean water is assessed (Both partners).

Jun/2010 or Aug-Sep/ 2010
The students will analyse and compare their findings and also compile biographies about Romanian and Swedish personalities in a booklet (Swedish teachers and students). We tried to make it during our visit to Romania, but we had no access to the internet, unfortunately. Our Romanian friends will complement them and then publish on the blog, Alina Braban said in an e-mail.

Sep-Oct/2010
A list of the possible chemical and biological analyses doable in the schools’ laboratory is elaborated publishing it on the blog (Both partners). The Swedish students’ experimental sheets for water analysis are finished and published.

2010/11/3-2010/12/31
The Swedish students will continue to present their work projects on our common blogg.

Experimental sheets for water analysis are done publishing it on the blog (Both partners). The Swedish students’ experimental sheets for water analysis are finished and published.

2011/01/1-2011/01/31
Practical experiments done at the chemistry and biology lessons, making photos, publishing them on the blog (Both partners).

// Christina Soldan

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