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This is a brief summary of the activities realized during Portugal meeting, aims and results:



  • These are the Interviews produced by all the countries involved in the Comenius Project ‘SOS our Planet is Warning us To Save Polar Bears’. They were presented at EB Aradas School in Portugal.

  • S.Jacinto Natural Reserve ► Work done by the students in the Portugal meeting:
  • Competition for the best illustration of an interview
    Each partner/ country interviewed a local inhabitant so that the students, teachers and the community could learn about the changes on the coastline and / or landscape. This work was presented by each country both in digital form and in paper format. All the interviews were compiled in an eBook and printed which was offered to each partner
  • There was the competition for the best illustration as planned.
  • Album with the migratory route of birds and research on the reservation: During the visit to the S.Jacinto Natural reservation, both the students and the teachers were able to observe the typical fauna and flora of this region. In the lagoon areas there were some difficulties observing the birds due to bad weather. Nevertheless, they were able to make a group album with what they saw, the guide’s help and some research. A book was printed and a copy offered to each partner.
  • Final exhibition / display
    The final display was made at the main entrance of the School for three weeks. Each country was represented by the activities that took place there illustrated by some pictures of moments and experiences, handicrafts and typical products (or their packaging).We chose a day, in which the students sang a song related to the theme and handed a brochure. We also presented the medal to the winning student in Romania.
  • Posters
    Under the project, 8th and 9th grade students created posters in the art classes to present in Poland. This activity developed subject related skills while instilling the civic spirit and preserving the environment. Magnificent works were done.
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  • Logos
    Under the project, 8th and 9th grade students created logos in the art classes to present in Spain. This activity developed subject related skills while instilling the civic spirit and preserving the environment. Beautiful works were done.

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  • Save the polar Bears recycling campaigns throughout the project
    As the project evolved, the students became more alert to the ecological and environmental problems thus launching spontaneously recycling campaigns in the project’s blog - paper, magazines, plastic covers and corks. At the same time they built they built the containers.
    Simultaneously the School undertook a campaign to recycle electronic material, which was issued in a local newspaper.
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  • Brochure / booklet
    In the science classes some motivated 8th graders, did some research within the project subject/theme. As a result of these researches and articulating with the English and Computer Science teachers, they made a booklet which was handed to the school community. The brochure had a Portuguese version and an English version (wiki)
  • Ecological clothing and sculptures
    To prepare the meetings in Bulgaria – waste made clothing, and in Turkey - waste made sculptures, we used a different approach by launching challenges in the project’s blog. Lots of good ideas arose and the selection done.
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  • Poems - Romenia
    In order to take part in theater in Romania, students created a mask of a bear in the art classes.

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  • An Environmental lecture
    Dr. José Xavier holds a PhD from Cambridge University (UK), and is currently a researcher at the Institute of Ocean University of Coimbra and a guest researcher at the British Antarctic Survey. His area of ​​research is the behavior of top predators in the Antarctic Ocean in relation to climate changes, with numerous scientific publications in international journals of high impact. His latest book ("Cephalopod Beak Guide for the Southern Ocean") was considered the greatest contribution in his area of ​​research over the last 20 years.