THE WORKING PROCESS IN 35 EUROPEAN SCHOOLS:

1.Creation of the project coordinators' team - August 2010 and the partners' teams in every
participating school - September 2010.
2.Creating school presentations and meeting other partners schools through their presentations.
3.Every partner's school chose one national fairy tale and translated it in English classes.
Then shared with all partners through the
web page. Creation of a collection of 35 fairy tales from 33 countries
-September -October 2010
4.Each school illustrated their chosen national fairy tale and made an exhibition with all
illustrations in the school - November- December- 2010
5.The teams from the participating schools chose 5 of all illustrations made by their students for
their national fairy tale which was included in the project book "Once upon a time in Europe"
- December 2010
6. All project fairy tales were randomly assigned between the partners to be performed
on the stage- February 2011
7.Every school prepared a performance in English for one of the partners' fairy tales.
The performances were performed in front of parents and local media.-March- May 2011.
8.All participating students watched the performances and illustrations during the entire school year.
9.Exchanging the pictures,cards and presentations for Christmas and Easter
December 2010 - April 2011
10.Creating the fairy tale games- May 2011
11.Online meetings through Skype between the partners' students- entire school year 2010-2011
12.Creation of the e-book "Once upon a time in Europe" - May 2011
13.Printing the book "Once upon a time in Europe" -may-June 2011




Students from each school made illustrations for their chosen
national fairy tale in art classes:





WE ARE SO PROUD WITH OUR PROJECT RESULT -
THE BOOK "ONCE UPON A TIME IN EUROPE":

All chosen national fairy tales were translated in English ,
illustrated and then collected in a book "Once upon a time in Europe".

The Bulgarian school prepared the e-book "Once upon a time in Europe" which you can see here.
The book is available online and can be used for teaching English language and literature
in each European school.
In May 2011 the Bulgarian team presented to the local community the project activities and
the first two printed copies of the book "Once upon a time in Europe", which were given as a gift
to the town's and school's libraries.Then other partners' schools printed the book, too.
Now our book can be found in the partners' schools in Bulgaria, Austria, Scotland, Slovakia,
Netherlands, Hungary, Latvia, Estonia, Germany, Portugal.

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Co-ordinator of the project Natasha Djurkova with the first 2 copies of
the book "Once upon a time in Europe"

The students from SOU Ekzarh Antim I, Kazanlak, Bulgaria - secondary level,
translated all partners' fairy tales in Bulgarian. In this way the fairy tales of our project
European collection are accessible for more people in Bulgaria.
Our friends from higher grades received certificates for their participation in our project.


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Each school had to perform one of the partners'
fairy tales on the stage, record it in a video file and upload it on
the project twin space and project web site for all students
and partners to watch. See how the Performances were done in
our project team:







In each school students watched the partners'
performances and presentations, created by them
presentations, fairy tale games, met their new friends
in chat meetings during the ICT classes or in
outclass activities:

Oulun normaalikoulun perusaste, Oulu ,Finland
Students watching the partners works
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SOU "Ekzarh Antim I", Kazanlak, Bulgaria
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Spojená škola Tilgnerova, Bratislava, Slovakia
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Oriveden Keskuskoulu, Orivesi, Finland

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Siegerland-Grundschule, Berlin, Germany
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Collège Stendhal, Nantes, France
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Primary school “Ivo Andric” Belgrade, Serbia
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Bergundaskolan F-6, Växjö, Sweden
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Hofsstaðaskóli, Garðabær, Iceland
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Pērses pamatskola, Koknese, Latvia


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