THE WORKING PROCESS AND THE ENTIRE PROJECT "INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE THROUGH

FAIRY TALES, DRAMA AND ART" WAS EVALUATED BY THE PARENTS

IN EACH PARTICIPATING INSTITUTION:


The parents and students from the Bulgarian school SOU"Ekzarh Antim I", Kazanlak, Bulgaria gave
the project an excellent mark.
They were impressed by the project e-book "Once upon a time in Europe" and its printed copies and liked all partners' performances very much.
The main conclusion about the project was that this project is very useful for students and teachers above
and a brilliant way to motivate students to learn English and to improve.


This is the link to the comments by the parents of
St. Clare College, San Gwann Primary B,
San Gwann ,Malta
http://marouska009.wordpress.com/2011/05/31/the-fairy-tale-project-for-the-parents/


Siegerland-Grundschule, Berlin, Germany

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Teacher Training School of Oulu, Finland -

Parents’ impressions

List was collected in parents’ meeting on 4th of May 2011

  • Very good way to motivate pupils.

  • Challenge: where to take time. Is it away from “real” study?

  • Project encourages kids to use their language skills in real life.

  • I was surprised, seems nice and developing.

  • Good way to practice English.

  • Good thing!

  • Encourages to talk in English.

  • Learning speech by rote is a good for learning syntax.

  • projects are good because it makes variety to school life.

  • Pupils learn about different cultures and increase their language skills.

  • ICT skills are developing.

  • This motivates to study English.

  • Class spirit is developing.

  • Nice “not normal” school project.

  • You learn language in practical way.

  • Team skills develop.

  • International projects are a good thing. In projects you can do different things compared to “normal” school day. Hopefully there still is enough time for basic skills/subjects.

Hello From TurkeyWe are happy to this project. We are students from 10 to 14 years old. Greetings to All partner!!!

Hello from LithuaniaWe are happy to take part in this huge and lovely project. We are students from 8 to 11 years old. Greetings to All partisipants!!!

Hello from Poland.

On June 13th, 2011, we had a special meeting with our parents, where the students could present the project and its outcomes.
Here are students and parents thoughs about it:
- We had a lot of fun and did a lot of work the whole year.
- It was amusing and funny. It was worth to stay after school and do the project.
- An interesting combination of learning English and playing.
- I am very proud of what our children do in their free time.
- Very nice. A lof of fun and creative work.
- I liked it a lot. I appreciate the work of the teacher and the kids.
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