English

We are happy to welcome many international guests to Viksjöfors School, not only project partners but also dancers invited by Viksjöforsbaletten; we get many opportunities to speak English!

Our English lessons 2015-18 however have been improved within the Erasmus+ Project e-ARTinED, 2015-2018, when building:

A web based course for teachers on how to use Art in Education, considering Social Inclusion as well as Critical Thinking and with a special focus on Art in Nature.

The new Erasmus+ project ARTinLAN will bring our experiences from e-ARTinED to a new level! The aim is to build: A Global Virtual Village for Languages and Art!
The project will go on for two years, 2018-2020, and we will publish a lot on Facebook. Follow us there!>>

Here are some of our examples from e-ARTinED of English teaching through the Arts:

(See more  in our e-ARTinED TEACHERS GUIDES!)

A book made by us:

And some more “every day” movies:

Discipline Problems, the script made by the students is HERE>>

Sometimes the children get so excited in the story that they forget the idea of the film – to speak English 🙂

THESE NICE FILMS ARE NOT YET ON YOUTUBE:
ENG/MU Yes, I can. Homework
ENG 1, 2, 3…

SEE MORE IN OUR FILM ARCHIVE!

And finally an older but very good example (from a DVD) that shows how you can use art when teaching science:

The ARTS in e-ARTinED:

  1. DANCE/DANS
  2. LITERATURE & STORYTELLING/LITTERATUR & DRAMA
  3. MUSIC/MUSIK
  4. NEW MEDIA ARTS/FILM &IT
  5. VISUAL ART/KONST

Curricular Subjects using the Arts:

  1. English/Foreign Language/Engelska
  2. Handicraft/Slöjd
  3. Mathematics/Matematik
  4. Music/Musik
  5. Native Language/Swedish/Svenska
  6. P.E./Idrott
  7. Science/NO
  8. Social Science/SO
  9. Thematic Work/Temaarbeten
  10. Visual Arts/Bild

THE EXTRAS:

HERITAGE/KULTURARV
SCHOOL ART PROJECTS/SKAPANDE SKOLA
STUDY SKILLS & CHESS/STUDIETEKNIK & SCHACK

The Curriculum/Läroplanen
Curricular Subjects and the Arts

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The projects Erasmus+ 2015-1-SE01-KA201-022101 and 2018-1-DK01-KA201-047055 have been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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