Integrated Math, ICT and English Project – “The Art of Origami – My Experience“

Name of the task:The Art of Origami – My Experience“.

Level: A2/B2

Age: 13+

Time: 1-3 days

Resources needed: Computer/laptop/smartphone

Aim: to use the acquired knowledge of English language in practice – the use of nouns (names of figures, words related to mathematics and physics, descriptions of the work process, used in the project) and Past Tenses. Also, to improve students’ reading and writing skills, stimulate their imagination, as well as, to encourage them to learn more about the history of origami art.

Description: students work individually or in pairs/groups to create a presentation about The Art of Origami. They also describe the process of creating an origami figure of their choice.

Procedure: First, students read articles about the Art of Origami, its origin, history, they find out about the famous origami artists. Later, they make a presentation and present it. They can take photos of the origami figures that they fold and describe the process.

Notes: This task is useful to encourage students to use imagination and apply multiple skills. Students integrate math, English language and ICT. It also helps to improve grammar skills particularly the use of past tenses and noun structures, related to mathematical sciences.

The results of the project – samples:

Video – created by Gabrielė S. and Mileta R.


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Project – Reading Circles. Summary. My Family and other Animals by Gerald Durrell

Students of Vilnius Jonas Basanavičius pre-gymnasium participated in a project, called Born to Read. “Reading Circles”. They read books of famous writers, made chapter summaries, analyzed the characters and the plots for six months.

Name of the task: Writing a summary

Level: A2/B2

Age: 10+

Time: 1-2 two weeks

Resources needed: Computer/laptop/smartphone

Aim: to improve reading and writing skills, stimulate students’ imagination and encourage them to love literature.

Description: students work individually or in pairs/groups to create a summary of a story they read. They also analyse the main characters of the story and illustrate them.

Procedure: First, students read the stories of famous writers, then write and illustrate summaries. They can also draw the pictures to illustrate the main characters of the story.

Notes: This task is very useful to encourage students to read. It also helps to improve grammar skills particularly the use of past tenses.

As a final result: students, individually and in groups, shared their presentations on zoom orally. Here are some of the final results. Gallery – Gerald Durrell “My Family and other Animals”


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The book for reading by Gerald Durrell “My Family and other Animals”

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Presentations of our students: Gerald Durrell “My Family and other Animals”

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Project – Reading Circles. Summary. The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde

Students of Vilnius Jonas Basanavičius pre-gymnasium participated in a project, called Born to Read . “Reading Circles”. They read books of famous writers, made chapter summaries, analyzed the characters and the plots, they even dew their own illustrations.

“The Canterville Ghost”. Author – Jogailė Vaitiekūnaitė 5s

Name of the task: Writing and illustrating a book summary

Level: A2/B2

Age: 11+

Time: 1-2 two weeks

Resources needed: Computer/laptop/smartphone

Aim: to improve reading and writing skills, stimulate students’ imagination and encourage them to love literature.

Description: students work individually or in pairs/groups to create a summary of a story they read. They also analyze the main characters of the story and illustrate them.

Procedure: First, students read the stories of famous writers, then write and illustrate summaries. They can also draw the pictures to illustrate the main characters of the story.

Notes: This task is very useful to encourage students to read. It also helps to improve grammar skills particularly the use of past tenses.


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The book for reading by Oscar Wilde “The Canterville Ghost”



The Canterville Ghost: Summary

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The Canterville Ghost: Character description






Project – Famous Writers

Aim: to improve grammar, writing skills, stimulate students’ imagination and nourish the love for literature.


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6G Formal Letter: Asking for Information. Grade 8 Level B2

Examples of formal letters – asking for information below.

Our students applied English into every day life experience, they chose real advertisements from the internet and wrote formal letters – asking for information.


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Here you can see phrases one may expect to receive from the company they wrote a letter asking for information to.

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