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The Sound Igloo. Changing sound properties with strings.
Work group to build the sound igloo

Crèdits

Isabel Graells Alemany i Glòria Rincón Pedrero; Aida Banyuls i Anna Martín (teacher assistants)
Autoria
Isabel Graells Alemany i Glòria Rincón Pedrero; Aida Banyuls i Anna Martín (teacher assistants)
Glòria Rincón
Catalogació

Data

22 de març de 2018

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Inquiry Based Science and English Workshop
Inquiry Based Science and English Projects and Workshop

MEDI [1] ART [1] ANG [1]

EP.CS [3]

AICLE/CLIL/EMILE Comunicació oral Indagació i recerca Raonament i argumentació

Resum

A big challenge: making a string musical instrument that has not been invented yet. It can be a gift for the youngest in the school to play, interact and feel. In cooperative groups, through inquiry based science in English, using language structures and vocabulary related to sound qualities and properties, pupils are given models to make hypothesis and learn together about sound. The final product is an enourmous sound igloo made of wood, where sound qualities are represented on each side, and an agreement about signs that represent sound qualities.
This CLIL sequence has been created at the IBS&E(Inquiry Based Science and English)work group.It is the result of a collaboration established between CESIRE and UAB during the 2014-17 courses.

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