The 4th of April teacher organized a special afternoon for students and pupils, In the Anna Frank Primary School . They proposed to them Gregg Segal’s exhibition, an activity where they could recycling coffee pods, an activity where mums and dads discovered how they can use the food that usual is trashed and an activity about the organic compost. All these activities wanted to show how is possible to give a new life to the objects and the foods. We only need a bit of imagination. Are we a creative city or not?!?
As a first step the students had to do some individual research about this local speciality, they went to the local library, logged on the Internet and collected as much information as they could about the topic. In the second stage they wrote the draft in small groups and a high school student translated it into English.
Lapbooks are paper clipboards in different sizes and formats. They are made to contain all the items realised about a topic.
These items are drawings, images, pictures, brief descriptions which will be reported on several templates and minibook in
different sizes. All of them are folded and reclosable and they will be positinated inside the lapbook.
This is a teaching tool to be built while talking about a topic or after concluding it.
Deconstructing Education: creative and inclusive schools in gastronomic cities