Friday, 17 March 2017



     THE 10 MOST IMPORTANT SPECIES CAUGHT BY CAMBRILS' FISHERMEN  




 by Júlia Risalde i Gisela Vallès.

Monday, 13 March 2017

Audioguide (activity 5)

Hello!


I'm very impressed by all the good work you are doing! While you are finishing off the infographic of the marine species we are moving on to the last activity of the Oceans project: the audioguide!

Activity nº 5: Audioguide
Objective: create an itinerary of the 'Fish Route', specifying the location of the fishing grounds, port, fish market and other information of your interest!

ICT suggested: Eduloc >>  or Genially >>  (although Genially is not exaclty an audioguide programme you can create an interactive map with it too!)

Source of data:
  • Survey you have already done
  • Internet
(Teachers will supply you with the tutorial of Eduloc for Oceans)

Label of the post: audioguide
Deadline to complete the form: 27th March
Suggestion: We recommend working in teams, where every group is in charge to look up different kinds of information or different locations in your route.
Please remember only one audioguide per class!

All the best!

Sharky

Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Caddebostan Beach

Sand was taken from Caddebostan Beach in Istanbul.



Koordinates: 40.9630601, 29.0585858

Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Comments from Sharky! (The Sand)

Hello!


So you have already gathered and analysed the data referring to the sand!
Let's have a look...






Happy to see that all your coordinates are so accurate!

Let's have a look at your data. This is very interesting, you have very colourful beaches!
I have a question for the Col·legi Cardenal Vidal i Barraquer and for the Fenerbahçe College: is the sand made of the same minerals as the surrounding area, or does it come from up the coast?

And what a coincidence, all of you have very small granulometry, so you are getting similar results. By the way, Fenerbahçe College, are you sure you got the size of the heap of sand right when you did the experiment?

Well, I'm afraid that we'll have to wait and see the results of the other participating schools. Hopefully someone will have thicker grain and we'll be able to see the difference it makes!

So please, those that haven't done it yet, send your data! The Sand >>

You are all doing a great job!!!!!

Sharky

Friday, 24 February 2017


 This is Prat d'en Forès beach in Cambrils. Spain.


Horitzon view

Left view

Back view

                                                                   Right view