Media education: From passive consumers to active creators

The project aims at implementing media education at the secondary schools of five European countries while using hands-on approach as the main teaching method. Students will learn how to use simple media production technologies and techniques by creating media outputs in the form of videos, a joint newspaper, a website and counter advertisements on...

Book Trailers

International book trailers

The ever-growing audience of online videos prove that book trailers can be an effective marketing strategy. Apart from promoting a book and an author’s work, book trailers can also foster engagement in reading. What about creating your own book trailer either for a real book or an imaginary book in international teams? Scared? Well, don't be because each team will be supervised/helped by 2 teachers from one of the partner countries. Besides, you'll be given a worksheet with the guidelines you need to follow in order to make a compelling book trailer. Check the team you belong to and good work!


And these are ...

the great book trailers created by our students in international teams during our last short-term activity, in Portugal.


"The Fault in Our Stars" by John Green


"The Way of Dreaming" by Martin Sidor (imaginary book)


"Zuzanka Hraškovie" by Pavol Országh-Hviezdoslav


"Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" by J. K. Rowling


"Axion Esti" by Odysseus Elytis


"The Name of the Rose" by Umberto Eco


"Technology and Duplexing" by J.F. Donald (Imaginary book)


"The Life of a Student" by Bryson Keighley (Imaginary book)


"Mar Me Quer" by Mia Couto

Author: Cristina Ramalho
Last editor: Glykeria Gouvatsou