To promote cohesion and respect among the students.
Paper, tempera, paintbrushes, colored shirts, T-shirts, camera, scissors.
- The group draws up a manifesto, a joint declaration of intent, emulating artists groups of such as Dadaists and Futurists.
- The students come up with words that express their goals, values, and common interests.
- They then create the letters of the Basque alphabet using their bodies.
- For each letter, one student becomes the project director, and selects the number of people and colors needed to create the letter with their bodies. They are then photographed.
- The process involves psychomotor skills in a fun and creative way.
- The letters are used to write the manifesto.
- The written concepts of the manifesto are printed on the T-shirts to spread their message.
- The students make a drawing of each concept and learn to synthesize and express complex ideas with simple images. Attaching images to ideas helps to better understand the concept.
- The manifesto is staged in a fun group performance using gestures and movements to express the concepts.