Thursday, 23 January 2014

Comenius meeting in Germany

Comenius Meeting in Germany 17.03. – 21.03.2013
(16.03.) Sun. afternoon/ Mo. morning (17.03).
Monday afternoon
Arrival of the students and teachers:

Treasure hunt in Lemgo

Treasure Hunt

18.03. Tuesday
Visit of the historical city of Münster and the site of the Peace agreement of Westphalia (The Peace of Westphalia was a series of peace treaties signed between May and October 1648 in Osnabrück and Münster. These treaties ended the Thirty Years' War (1618–1648) in the Holy Roman Empire, and the Eighty Years' War (1568–1648) between Spain and the Dutch Republic, with Spain formally recognizing the independence of the Dutch Republic).
Information sheet about the 30 Years‘ War and the peace treaty

Information sheet about the religious conflicts and the rights that were ensured by the treaty.
Teachers accompanying the trip: Boenigk and Kahla

Visit of the Felix-Nussbaum Museum: a Jewish artist who had to flee from the National Socialism and the city of Osnabrück

Information sheet about the National Socialism

Information sheet about the artist Felix Nussbaum
Teachers accompanying the trip: Boenigk and Ciftci
20.03. Thursday

Work on the project at school; teachers plan the next stage of the project

Parents’ evening: Presentation of the different activities:
1.       Münster and the peace treaty
2.       The rights of Jews under the National Socialists
3.       The life and work of Felix Nussbaum
4.       The Un Convention on the Rights of the child (results)
5.       Preparation of the Logo competition and preparation of the T-shirts that will be printed afterwards
6.       Presentation of the 3 most important rights of children
7.       Presentation of the blog entries and the work on the project.

Writing equipment, glue sticks, scissors,…

Teachers working on the project: Boenigk and Kahla
21.03. Friday
Working on the project at school and departure day. The 8th grade will write their “Lernstandserhebung in Deutsch”. We will say goodbye to the British group and the group from the Netherlands and will organize a programme for the students from Italy and Spain.

Boenigk and Nechciol-Kamman

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