What can we learn about migrant families? Information through family trees

Spain and Germany found out that pupils in their schools were almost regulary having a migrant background. They examined their own families/ circle of friends and acquaintances. In a very creative way, the participants of this project succeeded in animating drawings from those family trees which can be seen in our film. But this is only one way to deal with this material, below, you find other ways to approach this subject.

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Here are some films about the work on the topic Roots: 

- Family trees of HEMS-students

 

Exhibitions Barcelona:

In November-December 2016 the first exhibition took place in “Casa Groga”, a city hall civic centre. On November 14th the opening was held with local authorities. The poster and the invitation are shown. Local news informed about the exhibition, a neighbourhood magazine and a radio interview as well. A year later, a new exhibition was presented in another civic centre (La Teixonera). The poster can be found here, as well as supportive information and several pictures.

            - 5 jpg images,

            - Exhibition post,

            - Information1 about the exhibition,

            - Information2 about the exhibition

Genealogical Trees

In Barcelona, as part of the biology course program in 4th ESO, the pupils were invited to create their own genealogical trees, including the origin of each person. In HEMS the same thing was done.

Origin Survey Presentation of the results

Theatre:

This project shows through 3 short theatre plays, students' opinions and feelings about the refugee Situation. The creation process lasted several months and took place in the music classroom and had the collaboration of an ACNUR volunteer.

The final result is:

1: “Projecte cola-idees” (Idea-filter Project)

2: “Un mundo tal que así” (A world like this)

3: “Tres dosis de realidad” (Three doses of reality)

 

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B_RtsG99aPd3QU9aRzlTZVNabTg

SP04 film: This is the result of our work in Darmstadt using the material we had and some new one. --> https://youtu.be/npjkCBKvecA

Student’s videos 2016-17: In Darmstadt and in Barcelona, several students made short videos explaining their origins and those of their families.

Institut Vall d’Hebron: 11 mp4 documents  (Yosra 1, Yosra 2, Marina 1, Marina 2, Jasmin 1, Jasmin 2, Pedro 1, Pedro 2, Vladislav 1, Vladislav 2, Yago 1)

HEMS: 7 documents