Local Activities II
During the Training Course held in Malaga, participants were provided with the necessary tools and knowledge to design the workshops they had to implement in the framework of Local Activities II, together with a visibility activity. During the Training they created three workshops, but just two of them have to be put into practice in each project country. Some adaptations according to each context are acceptable.
The main objectives of Local Activities II are:
‑To put the acquired knowledge and competences of participants into practice;
‑To share and multiply the knowledge with other urban artists, youth workers, educators, migrants and young people;
‑To raise the awareness of local population on migrant inclusion and the use of urban art as a socio-educational tool;
‑To give visibility to the project “Urban Art for Inclusion” and the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union among local population.
In the final e‑Book of our project, you are going to find the methodological sheets of the workshops:
All for One and One for All:
-Purpose: to create empathy and understanding of migrant situations through dance;
a) To develop the skills for being a good listener;
b) To facilitate the understanding of Social and Emotional level between the members of the group;
c) To improve self-confidence of the participants and the importance of their participation as a member of a group.
a) Ice-breaking game: Picnic;
b) Dance workshop;
c) Cypher (Circel);
d) Freeze game (Theatre game) and its evaluation;
e) How to be a better listener (instructional learning);
All around the World:
-Purpose: to include migrant kids between the ages of 5 and 17 years old into urban art;
a) To allow migrant to learn about their own cultures and language, as well as the culture and language of other kids in the workshop;
b) To learn how to express themselves through grafitti art;
c) To learn how to understand musicality;
d) To learn how to express their feelings through movement and dance;
To help kids from around the world build skills, self-esteem, confidence and life-long friendships.
a) Ice-breaking game: Hakuna Matata and presentation of participants;
b) Division of the groups and explanation: three activities and every third minutes each group will rotate to allow them to participate in all three activities;
c) First activity: Graffiti;
d) Second activity: Music;
e) Third activity: Movement-Dance;
-Purpose: to use participants language to create a rap song;
a) To learn and use words of each country
b) To improve empathy through acknowledgement of communicative power of the language;
c) To use the Hip Hop culture to understand how powerful is to unite cultures.
a) Ice-breaking game: cypher or Tutti Frutti;
b) Explanation on the facts that putting foreign languages into your native language and having different people in your country can support go going beyond your limits and it makes everyone stronger;
c) Explaination on migration;
d) Cypher of words;
e) Collection of the words;
f) Creation of the rap song;
g) Performance of the rap song;