Presentations-Romanian Team

Power Point Presentations done by the Romanian Team.

Click on the ActivitiesNotebook presentation to find out more about our project and activities unfolded during the Teachers’ Meeting in Arad.

Click on the presentation entitled Romanian Education System in order to find out about formal education in Romania.

Click on the Romanian Society presentation in order to find out  how Romanian people eat, work, pray and spend their free time. 

Click on the Romanian Traditional Costume in order to find out more about how people used to dress in various regions of our country. 

 

Presentations – Turkish Team

The PowerPoint presentations done by the Turkish Team can be found within this post.

Samsun Presentation– PowerPoint presentation of the beautiful city of Samsun.

The Turkish Education System– information on the organization of the Turkish schools and universities.

MORAL VALUES PRESENTATION– presentation of the Turkish society and its moral values.

The Turkish Traditional Costume-  information about the traditional clothes worn by Turkish people and about their ancient traditions. 

HOW TURKISH PEOPLE WORK, ENTERTAIN ,PRAY. information about the Turkish lifestyle. 

Presentations-Lithuanian Team

The PowerPoint presentations done by the Lithuanian Team can be seen within this post.

SPORTS SECONDARY SCHOOL– PowerPoint presentation of the Lithuanian partner school.

Lithuania Country Presentation – PowerPoint presentation of Lithuania.

The Lithuanian Education System– information on the Lithuanian education system.

LithuanianSociety– information on how Lithuanian people live, work, keep their traditions and have fun.

LithuanianTraditionalCostume– information on the traditional clothes worn by Lithuanian people. 

Presentations-Portuguese Team

The PowerPoint presentations done by the Portuguese Team are available within this post.

The Portuguese Educational System- for more information click here.

To see how people work and learn in Portugal, please click on the following PowerPoint presentation- WorkinPortugal.

To see how Portuguese people have fun, please click on the following PowerPoint presentation- FreeTimePortugal.

To see what Portuguese people eat, please click on the following PowerPoint presentation- FoodPortugal

The PowerPoint presentations on the Portuguese traditional costumes can be downloaded by clicking on the links below:

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PortugueseTraditionalCostume2

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Videos to Fight Stereotypes

The following videos are not all the creation of the project team, but they are mainly the result of their research work. The videos were used during the Teachers’ and the Students’ meetings in order to find out more about the countries, towns and schools involved in the project. We decided to use some official videos because the students and the teachers belonging to the project schools had never accessed them before, except the ones belonging to their own countires. 

Video presentation of Romania- click here.

Video presentation of Turkey- click here.

Video presentation of Lithuania- click here.

Video presentation of Portugal- click here.

Video presentation of Arad- click here.

Video presentation of Samsun- click here.

Video presentation of Siauliai- click here.

Video presentation of Porto- click here. 

Video presentation of Economic High School Arad- click here

Video presentation of Yil Anadolu Saglik Meslek Lisesi- click here. 

Video presentation of Agrupamento de Escolas A Beira Douro- click here.

Video presentation of Siauliai Sports Secondary School- click here. 

Video presentation clothes and tradition in Romania- click here. 

Video presentation of Romanian Traditional dances- click here. 

Video presentation of Calusarii (Romanian traditional dance)- click here.

Video presentation of Romanian Traditional Music- click here.

Video presentation of Lithuanian Traditions – click here. 

 

Project Presentation during Teachers’ Meeting

The project, its aims, objectives and activities were also presented to the teaching and non-teaching staff of the “Economic High School” of Arad.

A review of each Transnational Meeting was made during teachers’ meetings. Our colleaguse showed a high interest in the theme of the present project and wanted to find out more about the partner countries and the people inhabiting them.

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