Diary of EU & Me

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After introducing themselves and talking about their environment, students of each country will create 2 “national” characters (male & female) and write 2 or 3 pages of their personal diary (who they are, how old they are, what type of “person” they are, their occupation). Partner students will exchange the characters and continue their story through, for example, an imaginary holiday or exchange programme. Students will develop a storytelling action through an identification process: they have to imagine how the characters they have adopted could live and what they could do in their country.

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