“Do. Or do not. There is no try.” —Yoda
Setting up any project requires a clear understanding of what one’s aims, goals and objectives are. It means thinking long and hard, but it pays off. It always does.
The participants will
- raise their foreign language level with film;
- broaden their knowledge of important European values with CLIL; and
- improve their learning skills with ICT.
The participants will be able to
- read the screen and write effective film reviews;
- critically evaluate such European values as human dignity, freedom, humanity, democracy, the rule of law and human rights; effectively communicate their position in intercultural settings; and
- use online resources for blended and/or e-learning.
- The participants will watch and review a 2017 American drama film Wonder, a 2005 British black comedy/drama film Keeping Mum, and a 1985 American teen comedy-drama film The Breakfast Club. As a result, 30 reviews will be written and peer-reviewed, 3 sets of discussion sections led, and 3 film literacy quizzes held.
- The participants will prepare for and participate in value-based debates on such central themes as Human dignity and European Migration Crisis, More or less Europe, and Human Rights and Responsibilities. As a result, 3 CLIL courses will be completed, 3 academic debates held, and 3 feedback/feedforward sessions run.
- The participants will build e-portfolios to showcase their learning progress and provide evidence of their achievements. The teachers will additionally create 3 reusable pedagogical resources, and make them freely available under Creative commons licence.
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