Students have to make a presentation about a traditional dish. The activity, included in the project’s block of “traditional cuisine”, consists of creating a video which the preperation of a typical dish of the area where the student lives, with an explanation of the origin of the dish presented. One the aims is to make know the different dishes and culinary styles of each area and country.
VIDEOS FROM GREECE IN SPANISH, ENGLISH AND FRENCH
VIDEOS FROM SPANISH IN ENGLISH AND FRENCH
VIDEO IN ENGLISH FROM ITALY
The second mobility with students is already under way!
Monday, students and teachers from Syros, Brussels and Napols arrived in Vic. During the fisrt day the Vic town hall wellcomed them in the Sala de Plens. Here some photos:
During the afternoon they visited Vic by the students of EOI Osona for the guided tour in English and French and for Spanish, LLuís Llord was the guided.
On Tuesday they went to visit the city of Girona. EOI students had prepared a treasure hunt so participants could get to know the historic center.
And during the afternoon, els Castellers ( the human tower)
Wednesdays in the morning was dedicated to gastronomy. The students did a culinary workshop at the Tona Hostel School.
At the end of the course, in June, the EOI Osona handed out some CHEFS bags to the students.
For the mobility in Vic, EOI Osona will give this notebook at the participants.
Here are the images of the culinary class. In the context of the visit of Tenerife, Juan Angel, students made tapas from their homeland (Belgium, Slovenia, the Philippines, Armenia, Algeria and Morocco). In the class they explained how they made these dishes.
Mercat de Música Viva de Vic is a professional meeting place for all of the sectors of the music industry. A showcase for musical ideas that grow out of the exchange of information between programmers and bands, cultural managers and musicians, the music business and its public.
For four days every September since 1989, the city of Vic has brought together representatives of all areas of music from around the world to see new developments, attend forums, exchange their knowledge and buy and sell music.
In short, the Vic Live Music Market is an essential reference point for anyone who wants to discover the sounds that are being heard, mainly in Catalonia, Spain and around the Mediterranean basin, but also in the rest of the world.
Here you have two presentation of this market in French and Spanish
CVO Semper students are preparing for our visit to Vic with a number of presentations about Belgium.
BIENVENIDOS A BÉLGICA
WELCOME TO BELGIUM
BIENVENUS EN BELGIQUE
Together with Fata Urbana CVO Semper further explored the strengths and possibilities of story telling as a teaching tool. We told a number of stories based on urban legends using a ‘red thread’ and stringing the stories together.
During the meeeting of the Erasmus + Project GENES “Green competencies: Europe safeguarding its natural heritage”, Italy disseminate the CHEFS project.
Metting of French, Spanish and English language teachers planning the Erasmus+ CHEFS project’s activities