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ECML Thinking tank “Roadmap for schools to support language(s) of schooling”

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The project’s network meeting on the “Roadmap for schools to support language(s) of schooling” was held on the 22nd and 23rd of November 2017 at the ECML (European Centre for Modern Languages of the Council of Europe)  headquarters in Graz.

The sixteen participants from twelve different countries examined the Roadmap criteria in depth, discussed their relevance and reorganised them according to the following thematic fields: School language strategy, Organisational framework, Linguistically-responsive pedagogy and Language-sensitive school culture. The team then successfully facilitated the various approaches of the participants to reflect and rephrase the statements from the point of view of the different stakeholders: headteachers, teachers, learners, non-teaching staff and parents. 

The team will now ensure that the statements are written in a clear, objective and accessible manner so as to finalise a user-friendly self-assessment tool. A Google group and Drive folder was set up in order to facilitate further involvement of the experts, at their request. A first piloting phase testing the statements among the Network experts will take place between 20 December 2017 and 8 March 2018 so as to have a fully functioning self-assessment tool before the next expert meeting.

Riga Secondary School 34 Deputy Head Ms.D.Karhu actively participated in the plenary sessions and workgroups.

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More information about ECML Think tank you can find: http://www.ecml.at/News3/TabId/643/ArtMID/2666/ArticleID/275/ECML-Think-tank-whole-school- support-for-the-languages-of-schooling.aspx

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Exhibition “Iespēju medības”

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On Friday, November 24, a group of students attended an exhibition called “Hunting for opportunities”, destined to inform the guests about some Latvian enterprises, such as Circle K, Benu Aptieka, Rīgas satiksme, and many others.

 

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Project “Career choice opportunities planning for adolescence in multilingual environment’’

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Riga Secondary School 34 and IPSSEOA Bernardo Buontalenti Secondary School collaborated in project “Career choice opportunities planning for adolescence in multilingual environment’’.

 

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Project „Erasmus + Employment GO: Using Entrepreneurial ideas to “catch” employment skills for young people from minority background”

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Project „Erasmus + Employment GO: Using Entrepreneurial ideas to “catch” employment skills for young people from minority background” no 01.09.2017 līdz 11.09.2017. Youth in Action 1-11 September 2017 our students from the grade 9-12 and the project coordinator English teacher H.Zinchenko took part in a project Erasmus + Employment GO: Using Entrepreneurial ideas to “catch” employment skills for young people from minority background. Students were highly motivated to take part in a social life, e.g. they created a flash mob, organized an excursion in Riga, attended Balta Nakts,etc., developed their entrepreneurial skills and tried to apply them in different activities. Students became more positive, active and open-hearted. They all the time spoke English, made new friends and developed their knowledge in different aspects.

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Autumn Festival

Autumn Festival

Traditional Chinese festival was held in Riga Secondary School 34 Confucius Classroom on October 4th, the day of the Mid-Autumn Festival. Chinese volunteer teacher Ms.Wu Wei started the classes by writing on the blackboard five Chinese characters, which mean "Happy Mid-Autumn Festival”, celebrating from the introduction of the Mid-Autumn Festival. She explained it in Pinyin, English, Russian and Latvian. Then Ms.Wu Wei taught students to read aloud "Happy Mid-Autumn Festival" in Chinese and spoke about the origin of Mid-Autumn Festival. After that, everyone was listening to wonderful Chinese music, while eating the moon cakes and taking pictures. At the end of the event, Ms. Wu Wei and students were discussing the origin of traditional festivals in Latvia and in China. The students were constantly praising the moon cake taste and asked the teacher to share the recipe of making moon cakes. This is how teachers and students in Riga Secondary School 34 Confucius Classroom spent a pleasant and impressive Mid-Autumn Festival together.

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