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1. 16 GLOBAL GOAL: Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions

2. GLOBAL CONTEXT: "Fairness & Development"

3. SCHOOL SUBJECTS:

3.1. Social Studies

3.1.1. Key concepts such as "Leusire Time", "Posmodernism", the social construction of boredom and how this ideas evolved through History.

3.2. ICT

3.2.1. Technological literacy in order to create QR codes including multimodal information.

3.3. Physical Education

3.3.1. Leisure time as a relevant activity to personal well-being and health

3.4. Citizenship

3.4.1. "Leisure Time" as a right gained to be protected.

3.5. Mathematics

3.5.1. To analyse and represent data in a visual way and to interprete it to derive meaning.

4. DRIVING QUESTION: How can my students from 2nd year of Secondary School explore the leisure time issue in their community to expand and to make free time opportunities more accessible to young people in order to reduce boredom levels that may lead to bad habits using QR codes?

5. FINAL OUTCOME: “Leisure Time Accessible Community Map” using QR codes

6. This project aims at: - encouraging students to develop a greater understanding of the importance and benefits of leisure time and the concept of boredom. - developing the spatial intelligence of our students by expanding their capacity to read, interpret and create digital maps and to engage in relevant and collaborative writing and oral interactions to foster language development and critical thinking. - taking actions that can contribute to raising awareness about the importance of making good use of leisure time for young people avoiding actions that may lead to bad habits.

7. UNIT 1: Leisure Time & Boredom through history - How did the social construction of leisure time & boredom emerge and evolve through time?

7.1. GOALS

7.1.1. - To expand students' knowledge of the evolution of the concept of leisure time through history in order to understand its importance, its benefits for people’s life and as a right gained.

7.1.2. - To help students develop linguistic and technological skills to construct an infographic about the evolution of leisure time through history.

7.1.3. To make students aware of taking advantage of their leisure time and the misconception of boredom.

7.2. END-OF-UNIT PRODUCT

7.2.1. An infographic about the importance of leisure time and the misconception of boredom including their social construction concepts, their evolution through history, the right to have leisure time and their own list of tips to encourage young people to take advantage and to make good use of their free time.

7.3. - To expand students' knowledge of the variety of activities involved in leisure time to make good use of their free time as regards sports, educational, artistic, cultural events, etc.

8. UNIT 2: Leisure time in my community - How can leisure time opportunities be accessible and enriching for young people in my community?

8.1. GOALS

8.1.1. - To help students develop linguistic, technological and creative skills to create multimodal texts to be included in the “Leisure Time Accessible Community Map”.

8.1.2. - To help students reflect on the different ways to expand accessible leisure time in order to contribute to students’ well-being.

8.2. END-OF-UNIT PRODUCT

8.2.1. Descriptions (fact files) and multimodal texts of the available public and private offer of leisure time activities in their communities.

9. TECHNOLOGY: map labeling + QR Codes (TPACK)

10. GENRE - BASED APPROACH

10.1. Survey

10.2. Timeline

10.3. Infographic

10.4. Map

10.5. QR Codes

10.6. News Articles

10.7. Legal Articles

10.8. Informative Articles

11. CLIL 4 C's

11.1. ASSESSMENT

11.1.1. FOR LEARNING

11.1.2. AS LEARNING

11.1.3. OF LEARNING