A virtual visit to the Uffizi Gallery in Florence- Italy Museum based - transnational collaborative learning Activity

Learning Outcomes: Students from a Italian schools will cooperate with students from a Great Britain schools in a project whose aim is to know Italian artists (for e.g. Michelangelo, Botticelli, Canova ) whose works are in the museums of their countries and appreciate their art focusing their attention on a particular aspect of their production. The aims of the projects are: instil in students love and passion for art, improve their drawing skills studying the art-crafts of great artists, share knowledge and cooperate in a constructive way, enjoy to learn, understand that Art is an International expression of Humanity, communicate in English.

Activity production: Students in transnational groups will start their visit from The Galleria degli Uffizi in Florence and here each group will choose one artist searching his/her works in other British museums and then choose a particular of his production (e.g.body, landscapes, portraits). Then they will try to reproduce it after the creation of map of the museum they'll ask to their partners to guess in which part of the museum it is

Supports required: Students know that a museum is resource for their culture and life and learn to appreciate art and creativity, study History and contextualise the artists and their production in their time.

Tools: Google Maps, Goggle Earth, Google doc, Coggle, Wikipedia, Story jumper, schetchtoy, animoto,spark adobe page

Results: At the and of the project they will produce an e book with their works in which they will give information about the museums they explored, the artists they studied ,their lives and times.

Assessment: the students will do a survey in which they will say their opinion about the project how they evaluate the experience what are the skills that they improved

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Carmela Alberghina

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