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Episode II

  • Theme: Human Dignity & Freedom
  • Texts: Wonder  (external) ; 4 lectures, 1 guided tour (instructor-compiled); numerous handouts and worksheets on film literacy and debate in the foreign language classroom (instructor-generated); student reviews, debate scripts, video-clips, drawings, e-portfolios, reflection papers and blog posts(task-generated)
  • Topics: e-safety, gender equality, cyber-bullying, self-esteem, reading the screen and European migrant crisis
  • Threads: ICT for meaningful learning; productive English skills (writing and public speaking)
  • Tasks: English vocabulary, language structure, discourse organization, communicative (intercultural) interaction and transnational teamwork
  • Transitions: from e-safety to cyber-bullying, from self-esteem to human dignity (topical); from listening to a lecture about gender equality to shooting video-clips on it, from writing reviews to discussing the film in groups (task)

Episode IV

  • Theme: Humanity & Democracy
  • Texts: Keeping Mum (external); 4 lectures, 1 guided tour (instructor-compiled); numerous handouts and worksheets on film literacy and debate in the foreign language classroom (instructor-generated); student reviews, debate scripts, video-clips, drawings, e-portfolios, reflection papers and blog posts(task-generated)
  • Topics: online communication, netiquette, digitalization, mindset, writing the screen and more or less of Europe
  • Threads: ICT for meaningful learning; productive English skills (writing and public speaking)
  • Tasks: English vocabulary, language structure, discourse organization, communicative (intercultural) interaction and transnational teamwork
  • Transitions: from netiquette to effective online communication, from mindset to digitalization (topical); from listening to a lecture about humanity to shooting video-clips on it, taking in information about the EU to generating new content on the future of  this powerful transnational organization (task)

Finding your element

Contemporary research shows that happy people are more altruistic, more productive, more helpful, more likeable, more creative, more resilient, more interested in others, friendlier,

November 24th, 2019|

Episode V

  • Theme: The Rule of Law & Human Rights
  • Texts: Blinded by the Light (external); 4 lectures, 1 guided tour (instructor-compiled); numerous handouts and worksheets on film literacy and debate in the foreign language classroom (instructor-generated); student reviews, debate scripts, video-clips, drawings, e-portfolios, reflection papers and blog posts(task-generated)
  • Topics: online mobbing, emotional intelligence, thinking fast and slow, reading  and writing the screen and human rights versus human responsibilities
  • Threads: ICT for meaningful learning; productive English skills (writing and public speaking)
  • Tasks: English vocabulary, language structure, discourse organization, communicative (intercultural) interaction and transnational teamwork
  • Transitions: from emotional intelligence to effective online communication, from fast to slow thinking (topical); from listening to a lecture about online mobbing to shooting video-clips on it, from analyzing a film to shooting a scene (task)

Change

As individuals, we feel most motivated to change when we tap into our dreams and ideal visions of our lives. — Daniel Goleman

November 24th, 2019|