Thursday, November 28, 2019

Playing the role of young entrepreneurs


Transform 5 euros into 100

How? 

Well, students start with only 5 euros, invest them in buying the things they need (raw material), think about possible activities where they can get some profit and then use it again in other activities, until they reach 100.

They can promote healthy food sales, create bottle identifiers for the teachers' room, make bracelets, sell raffles, organize parties,etc.


In the end they will use the money for a field trip and for a solidarity association.


They are having great fun, playing the role of young entrepreneurs!





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Create new app

Students created an app that reads food labels and helps people, by providing information about what's (un)healthy, calories, etc.




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Virtual music shop

Students created virtual firms following all the procedures (idea, market study, budget...). On the 4th June they present their projects to entrepreneurs guests and the Mayor.








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RENOVATE THE SCHOOL


Pedagogical innovation -integration of teaching content. The students’ task was to plan the renovation of four school rooms. The project was carried out on school subjects like : mathematics, computer science, art, technology, English and additional entrepreneurial classes. The students worked in groups.
Math lesson
Students measured  rooms, calculated the  surface of areas of walls, windows, floors, using well-known mathematical formulas, calculated the cost of materials necessary to carry out the renovation of rooms.
Information Technology lesson
The students used the Excel program - they calculated the cost of buying materials needed for the renovation , using the Internet resources they got  found the offer of repairing  materials, e.g. paint and furniture equipment as well as office and computer equipment.
Craft lesson
The students drew the plans of the rooms in an appropriate scale, made diagrams of basic equipment such as armchairs, tables, desks, etc .
Art Lesson
In these classes, students made mock-ups of rooms in appropriate scales according to the plan made during the craft  lessons. In most situations they used recycled materials, e.g.
packaging of food products.
English lesson
During English classes, students made pictorial Polish - English dictionaries. The whole collection of vocabulary related to the "We'll Decorate You" project in Polish and English is included in the posters.




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ENTREPRENEURSHIP

LESSON PLAN


START YOUR OWN RESTAURANT

OVERVIEWThe students examine the role of a restaurant owner and become aware of the many people needed to successfully operate a restaurant. They identify the difference between a consumer and a producer.
OBJECTIVES:The students will► understand the decisions necessary to start a restaurant► identify jobs within the restaurant business► recognize the connection between producers and consumers► create a recipe cardVOCABULARYThe following words will be new to the studentsconsumerproducerTime40 minutes

PRESENTATIONGet to know the students. Tell them your name and what you do and where you work. Tell them something special about yourself and something special you remember about your first years in school. Give an example of how school has made difference in your life.Ask the students if they know what the word consume means.      (Consume means to buy or use goods and services).Next, explain the word consumer. Ask the students if they think the meaning of the word has changed. Have everyone say the word “consumer” together. Remind the students that a consumer is a person who uses or buys goods and services.
Ask the students if they know what the word produce means.        (Produce is another word for make)Next, explain the word producer. Ask the students if they think the meaning of the word has changed. Have everyone say the word “producer” together. Remind the students that a producer is a person who makes goods for us to buy.
Ask, “In a restaurant who produces the foods you like to eat?”                          (The restaurant workers)Explain the students that many workers are needed in a restaurant. Choose a few jobs. Ask the students if anyone can tell you what each person does.Baker – bakes breads and pastriesCashier – collects the moneyChef – supervises cooks and prepares foodCook – prepares foodDishwasher – washes dishesWaiter – takes orders and serves foodManager – responsible for the operation of the restaurantExplain that each of these people has a special job, but together they make the restaurant a success.To help students better understand the role of restaurant workers, ask:  ►Why does a city need restaurants? (Cities need a lot of restaurants because people like to eat the different types of food prepared in restaurants).
► Why do we need all of these special people? ( It takes a lot of special skills to prepare and serve food)
Ask the students, What is the name of your favourite restaurant? What is your favourite kind of food?Tell the story of McDonald’sThere are many restaurants in the world, but probably the most famous is McDonald’s. McDonald’s has more than 34,000 restaurants around the world in 119 countries, and they serve about 68 million consumers every day. The story of McDonald’s began in 1940 when two brothers, Richard and Maurice (‘Mac’) McDonald opened a new restaurant called ‘McDonald’s Famous Barbeque’. It was a successful business, but the brothers wanted to sell more food and make more money, so in 1948 they made some changes. For example, they tried a new way to cook and serve food faster – and McDonald’s became one of the first fast food restaurants in the world. In addition, they made the menu simpler: hamburgers, cheeseburgers, sodas, and milkshakes. In 1954, a man called Ray Kroc joined the company and later bought it for 2.7 million dollars. The company is now worth many billions of dollars. There is a McDonald’s museum that is located in San Bernardino, California where the first McDonald’s was built.

Explain that cities have many restaurants because consumers like to eat many different types of foods.Then askHow many of you would like to open a restaurant?
Tell the students that today they are going to learn about one of the businesses in a city – restaurant. Explain that they will have a chance to be restaurant owners and make decisions that are important to their restaurant’s success.Distribute the Steps to Success worksheets. Then, read directions aloud to the students. You can help students make their decisions by phrasing each step as a question. Students will follow 7 step-guide to successfully start their new restaurant.7 STEPS TO SUCCESSStep 1: The location for my restaurant will be …. – Ask the students:Do you want the restaurant downtown, in a mall, or in a neighborhood?Step 2: The time of day my restaurant will serve meals will be…..-Ask the students:  Do you want to serve just breakfast, just lunch and dinner, or all mealsand when to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner?
Step 3: The type of food in my restaurant will be….-Ask the students: Do you want to serve Italian, Mexican, Macedonian, American, Spanish, Polish, or Chinese food? Something else?
Step 4: The type of music in my restaurant will be….- Ask the students: Do you want recorded music (radio, CDs….), or live performances? If live, a band, piano or guitar music?
Step 5: The worker I will hire will be… - Ask the students:  Who is the first person you should hire?
Step 6: The name of my restaurant will be….- Ask the students: What do you want to name your restaurant?Step 7:Advertise your restaurant… - Ask the students :How will you advertise/promote your restaurant ( Use social media, create Facebook, Twitter, Instagram  account to share news, photos of your restaurant; build an attractive website, radio ads…
Once the students have finished their worksheets, have each group present their ideas.After the presentation, explain to the students they will be creating their own healthy fruit smoothies recipes.Tell the students►Smoothies are an ideal snack for growing kids.► I had the ingredients for our rainbow smoothie- one ingredient for each color(strawberries, oranges, bananas, spinach, blueberries).Let’s create magic healthy fruit smoothies recipes!
► Write down your individual recipe on the recipe card.
While selecting your ingredients think about what fruit you will add to the smoothie design idea
► Name your smoothies (ideas: Tropical Smoothies, Kiwi Banana Apple Smoothie, Wake Me Up Smoothie, Tropical Sunshine Smoothie, Super Power Purple Smoothie,
Then, we will be making a recipe book with everyone’s own fruit smoothie.After the students finish, congratulate them on a job well done.► Congratulations on deciding to open your own restaurant!Tell the students you have enjoyed being with them.



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PRESENTATION

Mobility in Skopje





OOU Kiril i Metodij, Stajkovci, Skopje (MK)

OCTOBER 2019



Welcoming activities

* Common show (guests-representatives from different institutions)

* Presenting school activities

* Discover my country – workshops and visits

* Entrepreneurship – workshops, lectures and visits

* Healthy food - workshop, lecture, visits

* Teachers' meeting, ICT workshop, discussion, etc.

Saturday, November 23, 2019

Mobility in Olsztyn



Szkola Podstawowa nr 6 w Olsztynie (PL)


MAY 2019



* Welcoming activities

* Meeting with the local government of Olsztyn in the City Hall

* Trip to the capital city- Warsaw (The Royal Castle, The Old Town, Copernicus Science Center)

* Students’ workshops - production of greeting cards

* Teachers training “Creating teaching materials on an interactive whiteboard”

* Game in the Old Town

* Lecture about entrepreneurship and workshops in the University of Warmia and Mazury
 
* Cultural visits, excursions

* Summary of the first year of the project

* School festival



Friday, November 22, 2019

Mobility in Zaragoza




CEIP VADORREY, Zaragoza , Aragón (ES)

FEBRUARY 2019




* Welcoming activities


* Guided visit to the historic center of the city


* Meeting with the Mayor


* Workshops (CLIL) audiovisual production based on promoting Aragón


* Storytelling in English


* Exchange of Good practices for teachers


* Cultural visits, excursions


* School carnival