A13-Comparison of Traditional and Digital Games In Terms of Contribution to Emotional Development of Children.

RESPONSIBLE PARTNER(S): NORTHERN IRELAND and TURKEY
DURATION: 10 MARCH 2017
OBJECTIVE: The objective of this study:
– To analyse cognitive and emotional development phases of the children
-To discuss and compare traditional and digital games in terms of contribution to emotional development of the children
– To learn different patterns in emotional development of the children
PROCEDURE:
1) This activity shall be organized in form of a debate during the short term training activity to be organized in Northern Ireland.
2) The debate title shall be: “Traditional Games are More Important and Effective in Emotional Development of the Children THAN Digital Games” SUPPORTING “PRO” PARTY OPPOSING “CON” PARTY
TURKEY (1 member) NORTHERN IRELAND (1 member)
ITALY (1 member) FRANCE (1 member)
LATVIA (1 member) NORWAY (1 member)
ROMANIA (1 member) BULGARIA (1 member)
3) Two groups shall join to the debate and each group shall comprise 4 members. Group A shall be “Pro Party” and it shall comprise (lead by Turkey) and Group B shall be “Con Party” (led by Northern Ireland).
4) The debate shall be in Project language (English); therefore, the members of the group are expected to be competent in linguistic skills of English.
5) The country names under the groups are for identification purposes only. The members of the groups shall not represent their country during the debate. The debate shall be on group basis.
6) Each group shall write one or two pages of statement to read for starting the debate.
7) Each group is advised to be prepared for the debate through literature analysis, fact finding and proving researches. The groups may present papers and/or develop PowerPoint presentations, videos, and all other reasonable material to defend their opinion before the jury.
8) Other teachers of partner schools shall be jury members who will determine winner of the debate. All jury members shall follow the debate and score the groups in 1- 10 scale.
8) After the debate, Responsible Partner (Northern Ireland) shall tabulate “pro” and “con” statements presented during the debate as a separate document. Respective document shall constitute the intellectual output of this activity




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