GRAÑÉN BRINGS TO “BANDIT CUCARACHA” LUCK AND DELIVERS “COLE TV”

They say that in the mid-nineteenth century, a bandit nicknamed "The Cockroach" went the region of Los Monegros along with his cronies stealing and robbing what they could to right and left. Some say that robbed the rich to give to the poor, although the story is not entirely clear. What it is clear is that the students of CEIP Santiago Apostle Grañén did spend a great morning yesterday by participating in the "Cole Television". Y, so we were told, They also enjoyed the experience of making a television program that "encouragement and lessons" take.

In the section "Aragon on the board" we talked about that bandit, "The Cockroach", and they told us very interesting stories about this curious character of its region. We also recalled that Grañén is a village lucky because he has won the lottery several times and that "has made us quite famous". But they also have more luck things, for example, to have near the beautiful Laguna de Sariñena, The Gabarda and other tiny towns but with so much charm like yours, as Poleñino, Sodeto the Callen.

Of course they told us about their "cole", a center 125 students and 16 teachers, health promoting school, committed to their environment and entrepreneurship as the kids in fifth and sixth school cooperatives develop pathways through which manufacture different products.

For block foreign language, Grañén students chose English poems of Richard MacWilliam on the moon, Sun, the stars ... and those reasons, Aesthetic the students of IES Santiago Hernandez had the opportunity to show off to make a decorative make-ups of the most spectacular.

The debate was very interesting, well documented and better argued. A team considered important the use of mobile and computer, while the other was not so clear and argued for a more restricted use of new technologies for the benefit of other possibilities for leisure. An eternal dilemma among youth and adolescents today.

In "The faldriquera" We had opportunity to listen to accompany a folk song with nothing more and nothing less than 18 children with their recorders, but we could also see them dance a modern song for which they gave their all, and before going we were thrilled when three of the students sang us a jot.

A luxury!

 

 

 

 

PROGRAM TRILINGUAL COLLEGE FRAGA

A debate on the duties in Castilian, a competition on the "fragatino" in Catalan, a poem in English ... school CEIP Calasanz Fraga who visited us yesterday gave us a crash course in a language program that revealed the most polyglot.

With scenery as carefully, thanks to which we could admire curious images of the town, they told us some of the mysteries of the area and allowed us to take a tour of the legends and traditions fragatinas. We had the opportunity to see up close several "gifts of faldetes", the spectacular typical costume Capital bajocinqueña, they just look on the occasion of the festival of 23 April.

In the contest, Both teams were used well prepared thoroughly with toy hammers to be the first to answer questions hostess. All in Catalan with questions about the "fragatino" and the linguistic peculiarities of the area.

For the section on the use of foreign languages, school chose English and delighted us with two works of British writer Michael Rosen: a poem, and nothing more and nothing less than a rap, with those who could demonstrate their mastery of the language.

In the debate they addressed an issue that concerns teachers, students and families almost equally: the duties. On one side, a team came out in favor of the duties and recalled how important it is that children organize tasks and do not leave for the final papers and exams. At the other end, the members of the second team to book advocated work to the school environment and felt that the duties were time to family life and leisure.

And we have known a little more the town of Fraga through several commercials and explanations of the presenters. In summary, an exciting new program in which to learn and have a totally different day.

Thank you for participating and make us spend a great day!

 

 

 

 

VISIT SCHOOL OF SOURCES

Fifty Primary School College of Las Fuentes de Zaragoza have come to know and to see the facilities of our center in which "Cole Television" is recorded.

Throughout the morning, the children were able to walk around the room-setting and makeup area, They have been immortalized in the photo-call and they have even been released to play drums in our sound booth. Already in TV studio, schoolchildren have enjoyed playing seen in control monitors Making, and they have been put at the controls of the cameras as if it were real professionals. And of course we have used to play hide our "blanket of invisibility" using the technique of chroma key. It was a different for them and for us tomorrow that we all enjoyed and learned more.

School of Las Fuentes also have their own project related to television. It is called "Thrill TV", an initiative whose key communication and media. Thanks to this project are recording and posting videos on various subjects and of great interest as the visit of firefighters, fiestas del Pilar or the Day of Peace, among others. Here you can see his reports. http://cplasfuentes.org/emociona-tv/

Thanks for visiting and good luck with your project!

 

 

 

 

 

 

CALAMOCHA WE SURPRISED WITH A “COLE TV” Magical, HUMOR AND LEGENDS

But what a wonderful time we had yesterday with the students of Primary 5 Calamocha! There was a bit of everything: magic, gymnastics, geography, popular culture, mood ... and all with the participation of an audience given to the good work of their peers. But go to parties.

Calamocha is a town in the Teruel region of Jiloca in which they live more than 4.000 inhabitants and its festivities celebrating the 14 August, in honor of San Roque. In his school, CEIP Ricardo Mallen, there are 450 Students in elementary and primary levels, and use whiteboards to learn the most diverse materials. This told us yesterday in the presentation of the program that came to participate in the "Cole Television".

Then, in the section "Aragon on the board", we were left speechless with the unexpected end of two famous legends Aragonese. Lovers of Teruel, for example, They are living in Calamocha, They have had twins and remain as enamored as ever although "with the mortgage, diapers and crisis, Justice nos viene ", as we told yesterday the very Isabel de Segura and Diego de Marcilla. Also the dragon San Jorge has ended up living in Calamocha and working on his City Hall, particularly in the gardening service "comes to eating grass and branches" because so many people had eaten was starting to be overweight.

The debate was the most heated: games with new technologies and lifelong games outdoors? A deep reflection and of great interest for all, that did not leave indifferent even students of the links are responsible for the image and sound. Until the public took sides with applause and "Ohhhhh" when the words of the debaters seemed to them more or less interesting.

In the foreign language section, English school chose to present a complete information with holders, the latest news on the "Ham Bike" Calamocha in the sports section, or the time it does in the different municipalities of the region with map and everything ... and umbrella Of course!

Arrival "The faldriquera", when we thought that nothing could surprise us, the calamochinos presented us a complete performance of magic and humor with "Abracadamocha" and a gymnastic dance with "Elastimochas".

Thank you for such a varied program, fun and full.

 

“COLE TV” DRESSING OF TEMPLAR WITH CEIP MONZÓN 3

A Knight Templar yesterday presided over the participation of schoolchildren CEIP Primary 6 Monzon 3 in "Cole Television". It could not be otherwise. During the "Aragon on the board" section, a group of students told us the importance of the Knights Templar in the history of the capital when mediocinqueña, back in the centuries XII and XIII, It became its headquarters in the Crown of Aragon. We also talked about their influence on the life of then child, King James I of Aragon, Monsoon educated by the Master Templar Guillem de Montrodón. Of course we walked through the Castle and we talked about the many legends, both real and magical, that revolve around the impressive fortress that presides over the city.

We had a chance to see them dance, to visit the shrine Joy and give us a relaxing walk to the Fountain of Saso. We are told that a young college, born in 2013, and bilingual in English. And so, in English, they told us some peculiarities of those typical celebrations of the Anglo-Saxon world and we both sound like Halloween, Thanksgiving or San Patricio.

The participants in the debate raised us which style is better education for children: authoritarian or permissive. There were opinions for every taste and high-level arguments both on one side and another. At the end, all agreed with the moderator in the style of education is democratic because it secures the best values ​​of both.

And finally we were reminded how important sports are for them and new technologies, the radio workshop with the participation of both successes and are reporting them, and this approach to the world thanks to television, "Cole Television". In summary, enriching a new morning, fun and interesting.

Thank you for your participation!

And next Wednesday: Calamocha.

 

 

VISIT MAELLA HAND “COLE TV”

"Má d'her" means "her hand" and hence the name Maella. At least, and the impressive legend tells us yesterday narrated and represented the students of primary public school Virgen del Portal is zaragozana in the second session “Cole Television”. We know the details of this interesting story in the final edition of the program that you will see soon on our YouTube channel.

While, we can come forward thanks to the participation of school maellano learned a little more about its most famous son, nothing more and nothing less than the great painter and sculptor Pablo Gargallo. We also took a bike ride around the town to admire its famous castle and Clock Tower. In the debate there were moments of tension, but also fun, to address the issue of sports teams after their kind. Any better male? Do female? Maybe you mixed? A different approach to gender equality.

There was also music: four musicians on guitar and a mass choir singing in English ...! You will be surprised how well it sounded both the melody and the British accent of students. And what about “The faldriquera”? In the section of free content schoolchildren they delighted us with complicated figures acrosport turning our set in a circus three tracks.

And we can not help but tell you that the curtains of this program have been made by the students themselves, lads 10 a 12 years have shown us that besides being few artists master new technologies. The curtains on television are those videos of very short duration that divide some sections of other.

And much more will soon see. Thursday morning we visit the CEIP Monzón 3 and next Wednesday CEIP Calamocha "Ricardo Mallen". Surely also we learn interesting things.

 

 

“COLE TV” 2016 DEBUTS WITH CARIÑENA

Who was Carinus? Why Carignan shield wears a face without ears or nose? Why in the nineteenth century the French came to Carignan… to buy wine? Why do students CPIFP Movera chocolate palm trees so delicious? Questions like these and many more had their answer yesterday during the recording of the first issue of the educational program “Cole Television” corresponding to the course 2015-2016, which he received technical assistance from students Accomplishment, Production, Lighting and Video Disc Jockey Links.

CEIP students Santo Cristo de Santiago de Carignan moved to our center to stage on the set and in front of our cameras all the work and effort made in recent months working all disciplines and subjects seen during their studies Primary. They and we learned a lot about the history of this city and its region, around which took us tourist route nothing less than perfect English.

For discussion we raised the eternal dichotomy between town and city, Where better lives? And in the free section “La Faldriquera section” we had to raise the cameras to record the moment when Bacchus, the god of wine, He climbed up a human tower of almost three meters made figures acrosport. Students Aesthetic IES Santiago Hernandez ambientaron recreation perfectly with the Roman-fashioned hairstyles and makeup care.

Soon we will have the final video on our YouTube channel, in which we will also have the collaboration of the IES Maria Moliner, that translate a block sign language. For now we leave here some photos of the day.

Next week we visit Maella and Monsoon. We look forward to seeing all they have prepared.

 

“COLE TV” TRANSLATION WILL HAVE TO SIGN LANGUAGE

 

 

MARIA_MOLINER

IES María Moliner students will interpret Sign Language Television blocks Cole.

 

Students from Higher Level Language Interpreting Signs Maria Moliner Institute of Zaragoza this course will join the "Cole Television" program CPIFP Links. Maria Moliner participation will incorporate a window into some blocks of the television program with translation, that language, for people with hearing problems.

To this end, and as a pilot project, several students have interpreted the statements made by those responsible for the three primary schools that participated in the program last year (Hispanidad, José Antonio Labordeta and Don Bosco), as you can see in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-YeBhnsVYM. Thus it is intended that Cole TV more accessible to all citizens and Aragonese, especially, deaf children.

With the María Moliner and three institutes are collaborating with us in the staging of Cole Television, next to IES Santiago Hernández, that deals with the makeup and hair, and CPIFP of Movera, which it handles the catering.

Sign language, Psychosociology of deaf and deafblind population, deafblind, International system or Applied Linguistics Sign Language signs are some of the modules taught the two courses over the duration of the cycle is given in the María Moliner.

The student group is smaller than that established by the regulations in other higher vocational training, because the methodology is completely practical and teaching is more individualized. When they finish the cycle, Students are able to interpret sign language to spoken language and oral language into sign language at any level (educational, doctor, legal, …), and adapt messages to any communication system for deafblind people.

The probationary period is usually performed in deaf and deafblind associations, although in recent years they have covered more areas, communication and mediation functions are performed particularly preferred hearing impairment colleges and colleges of education with deaf and deafblind.

 

SELECTED FOR SCHOOLS “COLE TV”

Author: Diana Cebrián and Silvia Redín (Flash Go) / Ester Abellán (Flash Go Photography)

Author: Diana Cebrián and Silvia Redín (Flash Go) / Ester Abellán (Flash Go Photography)

 

At the draw held on 11 November 2015 on the links between CPFIP 23 Pre-registered centers in the "Television program Cole”, the extracted number has been "19" corresponding to College Christ of Santiago de Carignan (Zaragoza) being the list of selected centers as shown in the attached document: COLETV_sorteo_15_16.

The centers selected have until 18 December to give up his post sending an email to any of the following addresses: coletv@cpilosenlaces.com O coletelevision@gmail.com

If reserves generated by this procedure, the CPIFP Links will contact centers to match the order generated in this Sweepstakes.

The selected schools will receive in the coming days all documentation and information necessary to begin the process of participation in the program.

Since “Cole Television” we want to thank the great success of the project and providing that teachers have had pre-registered to the same centers.

STARTS “COLE TV”

 

Author: Diana Cebrián and Silvia Redín (Flash Go) / Ester Abellán (Flash Go Photography)

Author: Diana Cebrián and Silvia Redín (Flash Go) / Ester Abellán (Creative Factory)

All schools in Aragon with students of 5th / 6th Primary Education interested can send their applications to participate in the first edition of the program “Cole Television” at: coletv@cpilosenlaces.com

After the three pilot programs developed last year, “Cole Television” It began its journey that will culminate in the months of April and May with recording, on-site CPIFP Links, programs prepared by schools during the first two quarters.

And that lack swim will have the professional makeup by students of IES Santiago Hernandez, Special catering prepared by the students of CPIFP to move and the technical assistance of students in the upper grades of Realization, Production, Lighting and animation Links.