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ROMANIA CLUJ-NAPOCA The Octavian Goga School TURKEY IZMIR The INKILAP Primary School ITALY LESTIZZA TALMASSONS Comprehensive Institute of Lestizza-Talmassons Primary and Middle High Schools
L ACQUA THE WATER 4- LA GOCCIA A DROP OF WATER 1- ESPLORAZIONE SENSORIALE SENSORIAL EXPLORATION 3- COSA SUCCEDE SE … WHAT HAPPENS IF … 5- LA MOLECOLA H2O THE MOLECULE H2O 6- STORIE PER DARNE CONTO TALES TO GIVE AN ACCOUNT 2- PROPRIET À PROPERTIES Il nostro percorso di Our course of SCIENZE NATURALI E SPERIMENTALI NATURAL AND EXPERIMENTAL SCIENCE FOR STUDENTS AT THE 2^ YEAR OF THE PRIMARY SCHOOL Per alunni del secondo anno della scuola primaria Eccomi… sono… HERE I AM … I M… TRAGUARDI PER LO SVILUPPO DELLE COMPETENZE (SKILLS) L alunno fa riferimento in modo pertinente alla realt à e in particolare all esperienza che fa in classe per supportare le sue considerazioni e chiedere spiegazioni. The students refer in a relevant way to real life and school experience to support their comments and ask for explanations. OBIETTIVI DI APPRENDIMENTO (LEARNING OBJECTIVES) L alunno individua qualit à e propriet à dell acqua. The students know water qualities and properties.
NICKNAMES AND LOGOS of the 7 teams of our students
What do you spring to mind if I say WATER ? The students worked individually, in little groups and in a big one to discuss and find out all that they know about water
ABISSI, ACQUAIO, ACQUARIO, ACQUAZZONE, ACQUEDOTTO, ACQUERUGIOLA, AFFOGARE, ALGHE, ALLAGAMENTO, ALLAGARE, ALTA MAREA, AZZURRA, BAGNARSI, BAGNATA, BALENA, BARCA, BASSA MAREA, BERE, BIBITA, BLU, BOLLENTE, BOLLICINE, IN BOTTIGLIA, CADUTA, CALDA, CALMA, CANALE, CASCATA, CAVALLUCCIO MARINO, COLORATA, CORALLI, CORRENTE, COSTA, DIGA, DILUVIO, DISSETARSI, DOCCIA, DOLCE, FARO, FIUME NILO, FIUME PO, FIUME TAGLIAMENTO, FIUMI, FOGNA, FONTANA, FREDDA, FRESCA, FRIZZANTE, GABINETTO, GASSATA, GHIACCIAIO, GHIACCIATA, GHIACCIO, GOCCE, GRANDINE, IDROMASSAGGIO, IMPORTANTE, INNONDAZIONE, INODORE, INSIPIDA, LACRIME, LAGHI, LAVANDINO, LAVARSI, LIMPIDA, LIQUIDA, LISCIA, MAR NERO, MAR ROSSO, MARE MEDITERRANEO, MINERALE, MOSSA, MULINELLO, MULINO AD ACQUA, NATURALE, NAVE, NEBBIA, NEVE, NON POTABILE, NUOTARE, NUVOLE, OCEANO, ONDE, PESCARE, PESCI, PIOGGIA, PISCINA, POMPA, POTABILE, POZZANGHERE, POZZO, PULITA, PURA, PUTRIDA, RICCI DI MARE, RISORGIVE, RUBINETTI, RUGIADA, RUSCELLO, SALATA, SCIVOLI DACQUA, SENZA GUSTO, SERVE PER FAR CRESCERE LE PIANTE, SETE, SORGENTE, SOTTOMARINO, SPORCA, SPRUZZARE, SPRUZZI, STAGNANTE, STAGNO, SUBACQUEO, SUDORE, SURFISTA, TEMPORALE, THÈ/CAFFÈ, TIEPIDA, TRASPARENTE, TUBI, TUFFARSI, UMIDA, VAPORE, VERSARE, VORTICE … THEY FIND MORE THAN 130 WORDS CONNECTED TO THE WATER…
I SAY WATER… YOU SAY… ABYSSES – ICE WATER – SINK – AQUARIUM – HEAVY SHOWER – DOWNPOUR – WATERWORKS – WATER SYSTEM – FINE RAIN – DRIZZLE – TO DROWN – SEAWEEDS – ALGAE – FLOODING – INUNDATION – TO FLOOD – TO INUNDATE – HIGH TIDE – (SKY-)BLUE – TO GET WET – WETTING – WET – WHALE – BOAT – LOW TIDE - TO DRINK – CARBONATED BEVERAGE – DRINK, BEVERAGE – BLUE – BOILING – BUBBLES – WATER HEAD – WARM – CALM – CANAL – WATER-FALL – SEA HORSE – COLOURED – CORALS – RUNNING WATER – (SEA)COAST – SEASHORE – DAM – BARRAGE – DOWNPOUR – DELUGE – FLOOD – THIRST-QUENCHING – REFRESHING – TO QUENCH ONES THIRST – SHOWER(BATH) – FRESH WATER – FLOATING BEACON – LIGHTHOUSE – THE (RIVER) NILE – THE (RIVER) PO – THE (RIVER) TAGLIAMENTO – RIVER – SEWER, DRAIN – FOUNTAIN – MIST – COLD – COOL – SPARKLING WATER – TOILET – GLACIER – ICE – DROP – HAIL – HAILSTORM – HYDROMASSAGE – IMPORTANT – MAIN – BOTTLED – ODOURLESS – INODOROUS – WITHOUT SMELL – FLOODING – POLLUTED – TASTELESS – INSIPID – DULL – TEARS – LAKES – BASIN – TO WASH – TO HAVE A WASH – LIMPID – CLEAR – LIQUID – FLUID – SMOOTH – GLOSSY – MEDITERRANEAN SEA – BLACK SEA – RED SEA – SEA – MINERAL WATER – ROUGH – WHIRLPOOL – WATER MILL – TAP WATER – SHIP – FOG – HAZE – SMOG – SNOW – WATER NOT FIT FOR DRINKING – TO SWIM – CLOUDS – OCEAN – WAVES – TO FISH FOR – FISHES – RAIN – SWIMMING POOL – WATER PUMP – DRINKING WATER – PUDDLES – WELL – CLEAN – CLEAR – CLEAR WATER – PUTRID – DECAYED – ROTTEN – SEA URCHIN – SPRING WATER – TO EMPTY – TO SPILL – TAP – DEW – BROOK – STREAM – SALT WATER – SLIDE – SLIDING-BOARD – TASTELESSLY – YOU CAN USE IT TO SPROUT UP AND GROW PLANTS – THIRST – SPRING – SUBMARINE – DIRTY – POLLUTED – TO SPRAY – TO SPRINKLE – TO SPLASH – TO GET SPLASHED – SPRAY – SPRINKLING – STAGNANT WATER – POND – POOL – UNDER WATER – SUBAQUEOUS – SUBMARINE – SWEAT – SURFER – STORM – TEA – COFFEE – LUKEWARM – TRANSPARENT – CLEAR – PIPES – WATER PIPES – TO PLUNGE – TO DIVE – DAMP – HUMID – WET – STEAM – TO POUR – VORTEX - WHIRLPOOL
ACTIONSPROPERTIESQUALITIESPLACESOTHER WHERE DO YOU PUT THE WORDS OF THE BRAINSTORMING ON THIS LIST? Draw the word you like most and explain shortly.
SOME DRAWINGS… Water is thirst- quenching I like the rain, because its important for plants and animals I like the sea, because I can swim and play with my friends I like the fountain and the swimming pool, because it sprays water in different ways and I can play with my friends
I drew this fountain cause my granny has got one like this and I use it to water the flowers You use water to drink, wash, cook and water fields We drew two snowmen, the snow, a waterfall and a fountain
You can water flowers and see them growing Water is important, cause with it we can live, swim, and do many things Drink water is healthy I love animals that live in the sea
MATERIAL A transparent plastic bowl A 1 liter bottle full of water A pot of yoghurt A spoon A strainer A bottle of fruit juice A plate A bag to freeze Cooking paper WHAT CAN YOU DO? One by one, all the students, in their teams, chose one of the objects in the list and did an action using it and the water. In group, they decided what to draw and write, to explain their actions.
MATERIAL A transparent plastic bowl A 1 liter bottle full of water A pot of yoghurt A spoon A strainer A bottle of fruit juice Cooking paper WHAT DOES IT HAPPEN IF…? 1- you fill the pots of water until theyre full to the brim 2- you look through the water 3- you put a spoon in the water 4- you introduce your hand in the water
MATERIAL 3 transparent plastic bowls A 1 liter bottle full of water A 1 kg of bran flour A 1 kg of pasta A pot of yoghurt A spoon A strainer A bottle of fruit juice Cooking paper WHAT CAN YOU DO? I asked the students, in their teams: 1- to POUR water/ flour/ pasta (in the bottle of fruit juice) 2- to SIFT water/flour/pasta (with the strainer) 3- to POUR ON THE TABLE water/flour/pasta 4- to draw and report the actions they did and write how different substances behaved.
MATERIAL Sheets of paper Blue and red felt-pens Clips A rope An empty space to play WHAT IS THE SMALLEST PART OF WATER YOU KNOW?
Is it the sea? Is it a wave? Is it a waterfall? Is it a stream? NO!
Is it a cloud? Is it the snow? Is it the rain? Is it an ice cube? Is it a drop of water? NO! Is it a dewdrop?
What is the smallest part of water you know?
LETS MOVE LIKE WATER MOLECULES…
In our classroom during a lesson of the Comenius Project…