Intercultural dialogue "“Intercultural dialogue is an open and respectful exchange of views between individuals and groups belonging to different cultures that leads to a deeper under- standing of the other’s global perception.”"
(all the exchanges between students and adults concerning socializing topics, interviews, narratives, poems, stories of encounters, ...Burning topics: topics that concern and worry our teenagers nowadays: global warming and the environment, educational and jobs issues, and so on.) aim at socializing and maintaining peace as well ascreating a feeling of European citizenship.
Colour: light blue.
ARTICLE 1: Writing a logbook, using my mother tongue, expressing my secret feelings on the spot!
COPY OF THE FRAMAPAD:
ARTICLE 2: Giving advice: Best activities and attitudes to socialize during a mobility?
(What can you do to make friends? What shouldn(t you do to be popular?)
IN THE TWINBOARD
ARTICLE 3: Stories of encounters: now we are friends and friendship poems.
Ceremony of the certificate and goodbye meal.
IN THE DISCUSSION AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE