EU Lifelong Learning Programme
COMENIUS Multilateral school partnership

Gymnázium, Brno, Vídeňská 47 
Czech Republic

Application COM-MP-2010-017 (2010-2012)
hruska[et], mh1[et]



* Calendar of activities + milestones
* Diagram of project activities
* 1Czech team
* 2Resources research (CR)
* Brno - programme of the meeting 
* Presentations in Brno: CR, E, TR, F, P, I1, I2 
* 7Results of the questioning
8Meeting with resources experts 
* 9,10winter_measurements.pps
* 13Excursion to power station
* 15,17summer_x_winter.pps
* 16Evaluation 2011
* 21,25CLIL-EM-radiation.pps
* 22,23appliances(power&work).xls
* 24energy production and its risks.doc
* 26proposal how to save energy.pps
* 27meeting expert on energy saving.doc
* 28energy saving houses.doc
* 34consumption event.doc 
* 35Commercial about energy saving2 (1)
* 39Evaluation2012.xls 
* 40dissemination1.doc dissemination2.doc
* Brno
* Las Palmas
* Darica
* Palermo
* 31Vila Franca de Xira
* Montmorency 
Common portfolio:
* 3plan of the first year.doc 
* 4comparison of resources.doc
* 5sustainable res. management.doc
* 6questionnaire.doc
* 11progress report.doc
* 12comparison of questioning.pps
* 12
comments on questionning.doc 
* 14
evaluation of the 1st year.doc
* 18plan of the second year.doc
* 19list of topics for CLIL.doc
* 20report on measurements.doc
* 20report on the palermo meeting.doc
* 29vfdx-progress report.doc
* 30vfdx-proposal how to save energy.doc
* 32CLIL lessons in Portugal.doc
* 33vfdx-mottos.doc
* 36evaluation.doc
* 37jeopardy competition.doc  
* 38Common commercial
* 41final report...

In the project six schools from the Czech Republic, Spain, Turkey, France, Portugal and Italy were enhancing the European dimension of education by promoting joint cooperation activities between them. Partnership aim was to study various aspects of production and consumption of energy, with emphasis on the sustained management of resources and on environmental risks, to build a realistic attitude towards them, to measure energy consumption, and to propose how to cut down on it.

First, students did on-line researches on national energy/coal/oil/gas/ uranium resources. Afterwards, they presented, compared and contrasted the results of the countries involved. They discussed problems of the sustained management of resources and a common questionnaire on resources aspects were prepared and used in all countries. Students met energy experts and visited power stations, heating plants, energy saving houses/factories etc. They took their own measurements of energy/ electricity/heat consumption and suggested ways of reducing it at home and at school.

Besides their managing work, teachers prepared CLIL lessons and/or e-learning didactic units with a topic of energy. Each school put its results on its project website.

The common work and above all seven project meetings taught the participants about countries and their cultures, improved the language knowledge, motivated them to study languages, and contribute to building new Europe.




This project has been funded with support from the European Commission, 
within the frame of the Lifelong Learning Programme. This web page reflects 
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