Marius Crainic

Erasmus+

Teaching English through Stories

Our high school has become a member of the project called ‘Teaching English through Stories’ 2018-1-IT02-KA229-048378_2, which lasts for two years. The project is designed for high school students and involves schools from five European countries: Italy, Turkey, Romania, Bulgaria and Poland.

 

Erasmus+ is the EU’s program for education, training, youth and sport which contributes to the development of different skills and employment. The program offers opportunities for young people to participate in flexible mobility projects which involve international communication and collaboration.

Our high school has become a member of the project called ‘Teaching English through Stories’ 2018-1-IT02-KA229-048378_2, which lasts for two years. The project is designed for high school students and involves schools from five European countries: Italy, Turkey, Romania, Bulgaria and Poland.

The project aims to make students rediscover the pleasure of reading as the main source of information, to improve their English language skills, creative and critical thinking, promote European values and develop interconnection among European citizens.

The transnational structure of the project relies on short-term student exchanges which are necessary in the attainment of our main objectives.

 

 

 

Prof. Cleopatra Ardelean

Colegiul ‘Mihai Viteazul’Ineu

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    Romania
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