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School Exchange Partnerships

Erasmus+ KA229

2018 - 2020
Title: The weather Subject: English
Age: 8 years Teacher’s name: Eleni Papageorgiou Country: Cyprus
Objectives Students should be able to:

 Identify vocabulary relating to different types of the weather (sunny, hot,

cold, cloudy, rainy, windy snowy)

 Ask and answer basic questions about the weather

Materials and PowerPoint presentation, coursebook, info gap activity worksheet, puppet, song, ball,
equipment word cards, find your partner activity cards.


Step 1: The teacher greet the students and they respond. They sing a hello song.
The puppet appears and reveals that he is upset because of the weather. Through the
discussion that follows, the phrase “I like/ I don’t like….weather’’ is used while target
Step 2: vocabulary appears on the board.
Vocabulary games:
 Ball game
 Disappearing pictures
Step 3:
 Memory game
 Noughts and crosses
 BINGO with Pupil’s book

Students put the word cards on the board in the right order to form the question:
“What’s the weather like?”. Then, they play a “find your partner” game to practice
using this question as well as the target vocabulary.
Students look at a week calendar. They add the preposition “on” and the name of a
day to the question they learned earlier to ask about the weather on a specific day.
Step 4:
(What’s the weather like on Thursday?) Students play an info gap activity with their
partner to practise using this question.

Step 5: Goodbye song.

Step 6:
Title: White and Black chocolate - Differences among people


Age: 9 years old Teacher’s name: Natasa Kyriakou Country: Cyprus

Objectives Students should:

 Realise that all people have differences between them
 Understand how these differences affect their behavior
 Find the negative feelings that are caused by not accepting
these differences
 Suggest ways of dealing with differences

Materials and  Lemons for each student and orange for the teacher
equipment  Baskets
 Art material
 Mirror


Step 1: Students sit in a circle. They have their own lemon fruit and
teacher has an orange. They all put their fruits in a basket and
try to recognize their fruit. They conclude that this is not as
easy to do between lemons, as for the teacher’s orange.

Step 2: Students get some materials in order to create their special

different lemon.

Playing using a mirror

Students describe their personal characteristics using a mirror. They
come to the conclusion that even people with the same
Step 3:
characteristics (ex. black eyes, black hair ) are not exactly the same.
We are all different. Sing the song:<<Me is me>>
Start reading the book:<< White and black chocolate>>. The teacher
stops reading the story in the middle and asks if its relevant with
what we have discussed before. Teacher asks them to write the
feelings of the White chocolate when she went to the party at first
and draw her face. Also act and show the feelings on their face.
Teacher’s role play
Teacher has the role of the White chocolate. Children are asked to
advise her on how to think and act so that she will feel better or get
some help.

Read the story until the end. They mention:

 How the White chocolate felt finally and why?
Step 4:
 Also act and show the feelings on their face.
 Sing the song:<<Give love>>
Step 5:

Get to conclusions about differences between people and create

some slogans about that.

Create their personal shield that will help them to deal with these
Step 6: kind of problems.
Title: Subject: Design and Technology
Introduction to Robotics
Age: 6th grade Teacher’s name: Kostas Pringipas Country: Cyprus
Objectives Students should be able to:
 Recognise the fuctions of robots and their use in our modern every day
 Design and construct a simple car (lego-we do).
 Familiarise themselves with a series of steps /instructions.
 Convert an algorithm into code using a program on a tablet.

Materials and PowerPoint presentation, lego (we do), tablets.


Step 1: Starting Point: Demonstration with a drone. A student gives the

command from a mobile phone for the drone to move in the classroom.

Presentation on PowerPoint on what a robot is and how its functions

(basic understanding).
Step 2:
Construction of car Lego-we do and connection with the programme on
tablet and Bluetooth.

Question asked: “Can you built a robot car that it moves?”

Step 3:
The students are to program their robot to move ahead for 1 second,
backwards for 1 second and produce the sound of a dolphin using the
relevant programme on a tablet.

Step 4: The students solve another problem conserving Lego- we do and the
sensors (the car should move until reaching an obstacle, stop at the
obstacle and say “obstacle” ).

Step 5: Buzzers game. The kids play a game on the basic meanings/
understanding of robots. (Giving examples based on their initial
presentation). A question is asked and the kids press the buzzer if they
want to answer.
Title: All different… all equal Subject: Language, Health Education
Age: 9 Teacher’s name: Eleni Mitside Country: Cyprus
Objectives Students should be able:

-To detect the different forms of diversity in our lives

-To point out the importance of acceptance and respect of diversity (of any type) in
the communication and relations between people.

-To recognize the characteristics of a multimodal text.

-To get information out of multimodal text.

-To cooperate and prepare interactive activities, in relation to the processing of

multimodal texts.

Materials and Computer/projector, cards/pictures, flowers, interactive notebooks, tik-tac boom

equipment (toy)


Step 1: Introduction: Welcome our guests. Saying hello in different ways. How the
different ways of saying hello (and an activity we did one day ago by studying
different ways of saying hello in different countries/cultures) are connected
with our lemons (previous activity) and the vase of flowers (first be seen by
Students make hypothesis for the subject/topic of the day’s lesson.

Step 2: Students find out their secret messages (1 different word for each team/
words: empathy, self-discovery, acceptance, uniqueness, diversity, equality)
and when they present them, they connect them with the lesson’s topic.

Step 3: Cards on the floor. Our guests (and 1 student from each team) choose a
card/picture that represents their hypothesis.
Step 4: We discusss/present the 3 activities (from their interactive notebooks) students
will do after watching a video (multimodal text).
Question on the board (as a concern for ‘investigation’): Except of the video’s
topic, which of its characteristics lead the teacher in her choice, concerning
that our lesson is been watched by people that are speaking different
languages (non verbal communication, body language)

Watching the first video.

Step 5:

Step 6: Box of Emotions. Title for the video.

Interactive notebooks(team-working). Presentations.

Step 7: Discuss some more activities from their notebooks, concerning the next video.
Watching the second video. Interactive notebooks (team-working).

Step 8: Tic- tac boom.

Step 9: Non-verbal communication (game with stickers).

What I have learned today? (Activity: What am I taking with me, as leaving the
Step 10:
classroom? Post it.

Step 11: Quotes and flowers.

-Teacher’s observation of students’ preparedness.

Evaluation: - ‘Quality’ of students’ comments/answers.
-Participation in group activities.
-Students’ work samples.
-Students’ comments on Post it (from the last activity of the lesson).