Let's Get to Know Each Other

Students from different countries will create an e-magazine to present themselves and various aspects of their lives and region to their peers from abroad. Students will write articles, illustrate them with photos or even short videos.

Project Journal


  • Thank you very much for this great experience.We would also like to work with you in future projects.
    Regards
    - Posted by NURIA MARTOS CASADO, 25.04.2017


  • We also thank all of you for this amazing project. We hope to work with you together in a different project. See you soon...

    - Posted by sibel erel eslek, 04.04.2017


  • Thank you very much for this wonderful experience!
    I hope there will be an opportunity to cooperate again.
    Best regards from Italy
    - Posted by CATERINA MAZZAFERRO, 03.04.2017


  • Dear Partners,

    Our project is now officially concluded. However, if you still have tasks to upload you may do it up to April 9th. From that moment on, only teachers will have edition privileges.
    As I said many times before, I would like to THANK YOU ALL very much for your interest, collaboration and commitment. It has been a pleasure to work with you and an amazing experience.
    246 students and 14 teachers from 7 different countries working together is undoubtedly an adventure, but I think all our objectives have been achieved.
    I hope we all stay in touch and perhaps there will be an opportunity to work together again in a near future.
    Don't forget to disseminate the project in your school community! Below you can see the ad we created at Zarco.
    See you soon, very soon!


    Zarco eTwinning Project.JPG

    - Posted by Ana Cristina Figueiredo, 02.04.2017


  • EXPECTED RESULTS BY THE END OF THE PROJECT:

    - Materials on TwinSpace;
    - Articles, photos and videos describing and presenting life of teenagers in different countries (school life, everyday life, family life, free time, hobbies, their region);
    - Developing writing skills in English;
    - Developing team work and research skills;
    - Developing curiosity and tolerance towards other cultures;
    - Developing learning to learn abilities;
    - Creating a relationship and cooperation between students and teachers of the partner countries.
    - Posted by Ana Cristina Figueiredo, 02.04.2017