PROJECT COMENIUS

"Our Little Motherlands"


PROJECT COMENIUS

"Our Little Motherlands"


Logo project


This logo was made by a student in Class IIa Social Gymnasium in Krasnik - Bartholomew Sabbath. The project won the competition for the logo design, which was held in our school in October and November 2013.

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       Welcome! 

This is a two -year partnership designed to provide cultural exchange and a diversity of experience for the students involved. We created our project to compare the similarities and differences between our countries. We want to focus on 6 aspects : our regions, our local food, local customs and festivals, sports facilities available in our  regions , local music and local problems. It will be accompanied by a wide range of activities carried out in our schools. Through the  direct commitment  to the project  we want to increase young people’s motivation to learn foreign languages : English , Spanish and Polish and make them use these languages in a real context (CLIL). We aim to improve not only linguistic but also  social and civic, cultural, artistic and  TIK competences of both our students and teachers. Being involved in the project  also develops creativity and self confidence in our students.  We have the opportunity to develop the sense of belonging to one European community. Apart from that, we will promote tolerance to other  cultures, believes and nations.  In order to achieve it we will create a digital edition of a magazine placed on the project  website . We will use a common blog, eTwinning space to facilitate the exchange of experiences and ideas. 

 

 

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Our Community

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Students Library

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