Expected Results

The expected results of the project have effects on three categories:

  1. Implicated students, aware of the contemporary values and concerned by the problems of their society;
  2. Motivated students, through effective reading and learning, in order not to abandon school;
  3. Formed teachers, able to use modern and attractive techniques in teaching;
  4. Innovative approach to reading, by bringing fiction close to real life.

The results of the project are tangible and intangible.

Tangible results:

  • 15 trained teachers short-term joint staff training event;
  • 60 students participating in short-term exchanges of groups of pupils;
  • activity plan: for preparation, implementation, impact;
  • risk prevention plan;
  • dissemination plan;
  • 2 procedures: for selecting students, for selecting teachers;
  • 1 logo for the project;
  • 1 questionnaire about European values run in 6 schools;
  • 1comparative report regarding the questionnaire results
  • initial and final evaluation questionnaire for transnational project meetings;
  • initial and final evaluation questionnaire for short-term joint staff training event;
  • initial and final evaluation questionnaire for short-term exchanges of groups of pupils;
  • flyers;
  • 6 analysed traditional tales from the perspective of European values;
  • 6 original modern tales containing at least one European value;
  • 1 Digital Book with with 6 modern tales;
  • 1 CD with 6 traditional tales in audio version in English and the other languages of the partners;
  • 6 posters;

Intangible results:

The achieved competences should be presented taking into consideration the participants – students and teachers:

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Students:

  • Knowledge: filling in  a questionnaire about European values, presenting, explaining and reinterpreting the selected national tales, translating the texts into English, learning more about European values, promoting tales in the international arena;
  • Skills: transforming European values in behaviour patterns, presenting tales in the local community, presenting tales in international meetings, thinking critically, speaking and writing in a foreign language, surviving in a foreign country, using modern IT tools, developing skills by creating a digital book;
  • Attitudes: interest in reading and interpreting tales, respect toward learning other cultures, motivation to find out more, positive attitude towards reading, involvement in working on a project, tolerance towards other cultures.

Teachers:

  • Knowledge: writing a questionnaire about European values, analysing tales focusing on European values, learning more about European values, promoting tales in the international arena, knowing to analyse tales using different strategies;
  • Skills: transforming European values in behaviour patterns; arranging meetings where national tales can be read: small children in kindergarten, sick people in hospital, or elderly in nursing homes, speaking and writing in a foreign language, surviving in a foreign country, using modern IT tools, developing skills by working on a digital book;
  • Attitudes: respect toward learning other cultures, motivation to find out more, positive attitude towards other cultures, involvement in working on a project, tolerance towards other cultures, interest in using tales during classes.
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