Tuesday, 10 March 2009

Project Details

1. pupils investigate traditional recipes from their country.
2. they choose a recipe. Make a video / or take still images of the making of the recipe. Edit using suitable software tool.
3. Upload their finished product to a Schools Cookery website http://cookit.e2bn.org/

Here are some examples. To give ideas.

The first two use still images.


The next two use video

4. Pupils in each school will vote on the ‘European’ recipe they wish to cook.
5. the school will cook the recipe and do a tasting session
6. the pupils will post their comments / or podcasts to a blog on the site.
7. In addition pupils will be encouraged to try a range of recipes at home.
8. Feedback will be by the project blog posts and with the Flashmeeting webcam conferencing tool. http://flashmeeting.e2bn.net/
9. Final Competition – pupils vote for the most creative and well presented uploaded recipe from each Country.
10. Winners in each school receive a prize.
PROJECT PERIOD - March 09 - June 09

Coordinator John Warwick contact: john.warwick@stlukes.herts.sch.uk

1 comment:

  1. Every Easter I always visit my friends and family. We give easter eggs each other and play games. If the weather is good then I go away on holiday sometimes. I'll try not to do anything boring at all.

    By Reece Trustram, St.Lukes School, U.K.