Prepared by Ieva Peciulyte, Form 7c Panevezys ‘‘Sauletekis‘‘ Progymnasium
In December, 7 and 8 formers at the lessons of Geography, Biology and English were actively involved in the activities of the Project „Green Europe“.
In the lessons of Biology, pupils from the 7th grade (teacher Loreta Valickienė) being familiarised with the term "decalogue" and working in groups created posters reflecting 10 environmental rules. The "Young Naturalist‘s Decalogues" created by them are exhibited in the Biology Room.
In their English lessons, the pupils of the 8th form (Form 8a teachers Edita Šukienė and Regina Beinartaitė, Form 8b teacher Živilė Bagušienė, Form 8c teachers Zina Girdvainienė and Regina Beinartaitė) got familiar with the peculiarities of the official letter writing and wrote letters to the Chairman of the EU Parliament by sharing ideas and suggestions on how to preserve Green Europe. With the students‘ 20 letters, the most successful in terms of form and content, you can get acquainted on the stands of the 2nd floor.
During their Geography lessons, the students of the 8th form (teacher Svajūnas Gaigalas) compiled a map of ecological threats. Working in groups or one by one, the students on the map of Lithuania marked the places where ecological threats were encountered due to civilization and industry. Students' works are exhibited on the 2nd floor and in the Geography Room.
this activity has involved 19 students (ages: 12-14); class: 3C; some students were special need ones. The teacher involved (Gulletta) has coordinated the activity in the school’s garden.
The activity has focused on: “our garden”; students cleaned up the school garden, and planted new, young plants.
Computers have been used (elaboration of images) as well as more traditional methods (paper board).
Both the teacher and the students have enjoyed this creative activity. It has been a great opportunity for all of them to also improve their computer skills.
this activity has involved 10 students of different classes (ages: 12-14); some students were special need ones. The teacher involved (Provinzano) works mainly with (but not only) special need students in all classes (so called “support” teacher).
The activity has focused on: “my holidays”; it has involved a personal description of students’ last holidays. Computers have been used (searching for or elaboration of, images) as well as more traditional methods (paper board).