EXPLANATION OF THE ACTIVITIES FOR THE EUROPEAN SKILLS WEEK INMERSED IN THE PROJECT ERASMUS +

(STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP ” Breaking barriers with the insertion
of young people with special needs in the labor market of the XXI
century”)

DAY OF THE DECEASED OR ALL SOULS DAY
EVENT: HOW DO WE HONOUR OUR DEAD LOVE ONES IN EACH
COUNTRY (FIRST OF NOVEMBER)

AIMS:

  1. Knowing the millenary tradition about this day in each country
  2. Developing the abilities of the students in each professional field in
    relation to the day of the dead
  3. Significant apprenticeship of some of the competence units of the own
    qualifications of each of the professional fields.

OUTCOMES:

  1. Typical florist arrangement for graves (agrogardening field)
  2. Wood made cross as a Christian symbol (Mechanics and
    manufacturing field)
  3. Typical desert for this day (huesos de santo-mazapán) (Cooking
    field)
  4. Activities related to a piece of classical literature: “El Monte de las
    Ánimas by Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer” (Elementary training)
  5. PDF with the description of the whole work for the European Vocational
    Skills Week (just this own document)
  6. PDF with the description of the whole procedure of the work in each
    workshop
  7. Picture montage with the pictures of students (not close up pictures, but
    secondary ones) doing these tasks in their own workshops and pictures of the
    cemetery and cake shop window.

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