Here we are at the end of the course!
Before we finish I would like you to make an evaluation on the course:
Did it acomplished your expectations?
What do you think was AVC's strong point? and the weak one?
Which part of the course you enjoyed most? And the most boring?
Which part of the course you find more interesting? and the most irrelevant?
What aspects of this subject would you suggest could be improved?
Choose those aspects fostered by this subject:
Understand a field of knowledge
Think critically or analytically
Find and evaluate information
Investigate new ideas
Understand global issues
Acknowledge the work of others
Develop problem-solving skills
Communicate with others
Value other perspectives
Be aware of ethical issues
To finish, could you please answer next questionnaire:
Choose three posters from 2019 general elections, and analyse them from a marketing point of view.
Repeat this scheme:
1. Description: Explain what can we see in the poster
2. Content: Explain the slogan and try to predict what the author wanted to provoque.
3. Context: What happened in the polls?
4. Conclusion: Your summarizing opinion.
We are going to make a virtual trip to an European city.
You have to make a Pechakucha pretending to organize a trip to a city or region of Europe. You need to provide information from transport and lodging to sightseeing and cultural insight. Here you have an example:
The speech you develop will be directed to your fellow students you have
to convince them that your destination is the best one. Your oral skills
will be considere.
Here you have the rubric for your speech. Oral presentation Rubric
We are going to check a work a group of students made.
But first of all complete this Questionnaire.
To present their work they prepared a presentation on the subject we were dealing with "ARTS & SCIENCE", check their presentation: Presentation
On April, 11 we had an activity with our ELOS fellow schools, a lecture about BREXIT at the university of the Basque Country (Laws department). Joserramon Bengoetxea guided us in the intrincate issue of Brexit. It was a pleasure listening to him, and made a clear exposition on the history and implications of Brexit in our lives.
After the lecture each class had decided what questions we would like to ask.