Progetto Erasmus+ “Shining Light on Fading Memories and Decling Craft”
14-18 Ottobre 2019
Il PROGETTO ERASMUS+ “Shining a Light On Fading Memories and Declining Crafts” è biennale 2018-2020 ed è di partenariato tra il Liceo Scientifico Corradino D'Ascanio e i due seguenti istituti : Gymnazium Olgy Havlove - Ostrava-Poruba - Czech Republic, Institut Castell del Quer - Prats de Lluçanes - Spain.
Il progetto è extracurricolare di PCTO ed è coordinato dalla Prof.ssa Carmelita Cipollone con il supporto della Prof.ssa Francesca D’Ettorre e la collaborazione dei Proff Annamaria Morelli, Michela Palermo, Pierluigi Prosperi; le attività sono finanziate dalla Comunità Europea e relative alla protezione del patrimonio culturale e all'educazione interculturale e intergenerazionale. Destinatari diretti sono 150 studenti delle tre scuole partner, che avranno anche il compito di disseminare all'interno della propria scuola e sul territorio quanto realizzato. Nella settimana di accoglienza dei partner stranieri sono state realizzate, in particolare, escursioni a Roma, lungo la Linea Gustav da Montenerodomo a Gessopalena e a Scanno.
Il 15 Ottobre 2019, nell'aula magna del Liceo Scientifico Corradino D’Ascanio, ha avuto luogo l’evento di accoglienza dei partner, durante il quale gli studenti delle tre scuole hanno potuto condividere le attività realizzate, tutte relative a cultura, tradizione e storia del Paese di provenienza.
L’incontro tra gli studenti delle scuole partner è avvenuto lunedì 14 ottobre a Roma, mentre nel corso della settimana sono state realizzate escursioni e attività attraverso le quali i partecipanti hanno avuto l’opportunità di immergersi in aspetti relativi alla storia, cultura e tradizione della nostra regione.
Di seguito alcune riflessioni da parte degli studenti.
….On October 14th we spent a fantastic day with our Erasmus partners. Firstly, we went to the Museo Storico della Liberazione, which is located in the heart of Rome. There we talked about the most important historical moments in Italy, for example the torture of Italian prisoners durtin the 2nd World War. It was very interesting and we learnt a lot about the dark stages of the European history. Then, before having lunch, we went to Piazza di Spagna and we thought that it was spectacular and breathtaking thanks to the art that it contains. Next we went to a lovely city walk with our guide and we visited Fontana di Trevi, the Pantheon, the Temple of Hadrian, St. Ignatius Church… and we finished this incredible trip in Piazza Navona. We have to say that we liked a lot these emblematic places of Rome. After this we went to Montesilvano, where our Italian host families live, and we had a lot of fun in the bus because we sang and danced a lot with our new friends from the other countries. Then we went to our new homes during a week and we ate some typical food. We were tired, so we immediately fell asleep. It was a fantastic first day and we looked forward to other 4 days! Klara Kuropcakova and Judit Fumanya
….On Monday morning Catalan, Czech and italian students met in Rome for the first time. We splitted into two groups. While the first group was visiting, the second one was trying to get to know our hosting partners. In the museum we had an opportunity to see historical documents, photos and posters... it used to be an apartment building but in 1943 it was rebuilt to a secret prison. German kept there political prisoners. From the second to the fifth floor were kept only women. There were many graffitis and drawings on the walls. We’ve learnt so much about Italian history. After that we took a long walk to the Trinità dei monti and we have had a lunch break. Then we splitted into three groups and with a guide we went to the Pantheon, Fontana di Trevi and Piazza Navona. In the evening we took a bus to Montesilvano. During the ride we were singing Czech and Catalan songs. Our hosting families were waiting for us. When we arrived they took us to their homes and cooked us delicious dinners. On Tuesday we went to the D’Ascanio school and we present our presentations about our work in this project. After four interesting hours Czech and Catalan students went to a restaurant and had a delicious lunch. We have a lot more things to explore and more interesting place where to go. Helena Michálková, Klára Bohoňková, Gaia Giancristofaro, Sara Del Duca, Andrea Mastrangelo
…..Interesting things from italian presentation: Italian students did an oral presentation about Abruzzo, ancient crafts, Scanno, Mussolini, Brigata Maiella and Linea Gustav. Interesting things from Catalonia: Catalan students explained us the political situation that they are living. Then, they showed us the area where they live which is called Lluçanès. In addition, they explained us several things about the Spanish Civil War. Interesting things from Czech Republic: Czech students showed us information about Scouting, traditions, crafts and some basic things about the capital Prague and about Ostrava the third biggest city in Czech Republic. ….Thanks to Erasmus project, we have the opportunity to meet students from other Countries, travel and share our culture, traditions… So, in this way we can improve our English. Judit Estupinyà, Aneta Sikorova, Silvia Cantarini
…..On October 15th we went to school and introduced ourselves in classes. Then we had presentations about our countries. We learned about Czech, Italian and Catalan culture, history and traditions. We could also saw interesting places of each Country. For example Czechs were talking about the capital city Prague and about traditional foo. Italian students spoke about Abruzzo’s ancient crafts, traditionals skills and second world war period. And finally, Catalan students talked about the political situation of their Country and the most important traditions there. ……During the first two days we met many nice people. We learned new things about the different Countries and how to work in groups with people that we didn’t know before. We are having many new experiences and a lot of feelings. Maria Farrés, Klara Coufalova