WE HAVE FINISHED OUR VIDEO PRESENTATION!!

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WE HAVE FINISHED OUR VIDEO PRESENTATION!!

Our group of PFI of Commerce have just finished the first activity of an international project with the school Lycée Polyvalent Don Bosco, Marseille, France.

Now we are waiting that they send us their video showing their school in Marseille and we are so excited to watch it!!

Although the speaking skill can be difficult for us, this activity has been a way to improve and overcome ourselves!

It’s a big opportunity to communicate in English with another Salesian school.

We let you know about the next international activities that we have in mind for the next month.

KEEP WORKING WITH ENTHUSIASM!!!

CLASS OF COMMERCE PFI

VET students : open to Europe and beyond!: our KA102 project accepted!!!!

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The Erasmus+ application KA102 involving our school has been accepted by SEPIE (Servei Espanyol per la Internacionalizació de l’Educació).

This project will be evaluated over the next months for an evaluating comission.

Project information:

Title: VET students : open to Europe and beyond!

Action: Movilidad de Estudiantes – Prácticas de FPGM en empresas en el extranjero (KA102)

Thanks to all of you have worked on it!!!


Premis del Concurs de Teatre Shakespeare

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La final del Concurs de Teatre Shakespeare serà el proper dijous 9 de Maig a les 16.30h a l’Auditori Sant Martí de Barcelona (plaça Angeleta Ferrer 2, Barcelona. Metro Bac de Roda). Estem convidats a assistir-hi tant professors com alumnes. En el moment de l’entrega de diplomes als finalistes, ens lliuraran el nostre diploma d’Accèssit.

El feedback dels punts que el jurat ha destacat de cara a que poguem superar-nos de cara a la final del proper any és:

Positive:

1. Overall group and ensemble effort
2. Innovative dance introduction to the cast at the beginning, and end of the play, as well as ballroom scene dance
3. Clear sound and images on video recording, though it should be recorded in a single fixed shot without use of zoom

To improve:

  1. Overall pronunciation. To help with this, listen to the lines on CD from the play
  2. Keep searching for an even deeper vocal, physical and imaginative connection to the characters