Christmas mood on Wednesday 13th December 2018, both in Greece and Italy. In Gemona and in Alexandroupoli students met using the eTwinning platform to introduce themselves, ask questions about
the cooperative and castles and sing carols in three different languages!!
Wales video chatted with the Catalonians.We introduced ourselves to the Catalans.We asked them questions on Cardiff Castle and they asked us questions on Llobregate Castle. We sang 'Ting
A Ling A Ling' and 'Ding Dang Dong' and vice-versa. We found it very fun and interesting to chat with the Catalans. Bye for now!
This year two partners countries will meet together to celebrate Christmas time
and to wish each other good wishes of joy, love, peace and love for all the year.
We will start the online meeting by introducing ourselves, then talking and
asking about our project and castles and finally singing " Jingle bells" in 3 different languages: English and the two languages of the partner countries.
It will be really fun and exciting!
Good luck to everyone!
11th December, GERMANY AND AUSTRIA singing joyfully
Wednesday,13th December 2018
Greece and Italy joined their forces to communicate in
an online event. Despite the technical problems they talked about their castles, shared knowledge about the KCC cooperative and then had the chance to sing carols in Greek, Italian and English
language. The Italians surprised the Greek partners as they were also prepared to sing Silent Night in Greek!!
Friday 14th December 10:00 CET
Welsh and Catalan partners excited to meet face to face and sing together
"Jingle bells" in their languages, also share some of their traditions. but first... a little test about KCC project and our castles!
The both teams did it very well
Wednesday, 19th December 2018
Today the Greek and Italian students had their second online meeting. This time
without any technical problems. The greek students started singing traditional greek Christmas carols and then we started with the questions about our castles and the KCC cooperative. Then the
italian students closed the videoconference with a traditional german Christmas song. It was wonderful and the students enjoyed it a lot.