Activity: Crime Scene: Waste Investigation (CSWI including presentations)

Date21 November 2016

The aim of this activity was to investigate the waste which can be found at Brede Schools on a normal school day and to discuss solutions how to improve the situation.The students walked around the school in four groups with a chief inspector (student from Brede Schools) each and paid special attention to the waste which could be found in the classrooms, the cafeteria, the playground, the car park, the sidewalk in front of the school, the entrance hall as well as in the common rooms (e.g. in the cellar).


Activity: Creating CLIL lessons

Date: 23 November 2016

On Wednesday all the guests plus five German students met to prepare the CLIL activities to teach the younger kids at Brede Schools about waste.Four international groups were formed, each group with at least one German student and the student who has created the activity. The activities themselves have already been created before the meeting.The Belgium, Greek and Spanish team all had the idea to develop a game: a board game from Greece, a Lotto, Memory and Quartet game from Belgium and a recycling card game from Spain.


Activity 2: Presentation of prepared videos about “My week without plastic”

Date: 21 November 2016

We know that making a video is by far the best way to show emotions, motivations, and core of a project. Making a video is a challenge worth taking on, and it proves that our students care enough about what they’re doing and they are able to share what they had learnt.The aim of this activity was to find out what daily life is like in Belgium, Germany, Greece and Spain if you have to live without plastic as much as possible.


Evaluation Activity

Date: November 2016

Objective: To evaluate whether the visithad made an impact on the students or not.

Before and after our second mobility meeting in Brakel, Germany, students had to answer questions in an online questionnaire, created by the German team.


Activity: Presentation of prepared videos about “How to separate waste in Belgium, Germany, Greece and Spain”

Date: 21 November 2016

We know that making a video is by far the best way to show emotions, motivations, and core of a project. Making a video is a challenge worth taking on, and it proves that our students care enough about what they’re doing and they are able to share what they had learnt.The aim of this activity was to find out about similarities and differences of how to separate waste in Belgium, Germany, Greece and Spain.The videos were created before the meeting in Germany in the four countries. The task was to make a tutorial to show people from other countries how waste is separated in the single four countries.

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