Faces Questionnaire

The Faces Questionnaire was applied in order to identify the stereotypes, the subjects have in connection with the physical aspect of the people living in Romania, Portugal, Lithuania and Turkey.

Thus, Turkish and Portuguese people were mostly associated with dark hair and dark complexion, while Lithuanian people were thought to be faired-hair and with a light complexion. Romanians were mostly associated with brown hair and brown eyes.

Click on Face_Quest_Results_Romania to see the results of the Faces Questionnaire applied by the Romanian Team.

Click on Face_Quest_Results_Lithuania to see the results of the Faces Questionnaire applied by the Lithuanian Team.

Click on Faces Questionnaire Portugal to see the results of the Face Questionnaire applied by the Portuguese Team. 

 

Project Dissemination in Local Media

The Erasmus+ project entitled “Building a New Europe against Stereotypes” was also present in the local media, which was thought to be the most efficient way to popularize our efforts to fight against national stereotypes within the local communities. 

The Carsamba Students’ and Teachers’ Meeting  in the local press. 

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Click here to see the full article in Turkish language.

The Portuguese Coordinator presents the project to the students of Escola Superior de Educacao in Porto.

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Click here to access the newspaper article about the Project Meeting in Arad (January, 2015)

Click here to access the newspaper article about the Project Meeting in Carsamba (April, 2015).

Click here to access the newspaper article (Romanian language) about the Erasmus+ projects. 

Click here to access the newspaper article (Romanian language) about the project “Building a New Europe against Stereotypes”.

Click here to access the online newspaper article (Romanian language) about the project “Building a New Europe against Stereotypes. 

Analysis of the Stereotypes and Face Questionnaires

The analysis of the Stereotypes Questionnaire delivered to the Romanian teachers and students highlighted the prejudgements that the subjects had about the other countries involved in the present project.

The results of this questionnaire represent the starting point in designing the strategy for fighting against stereotypes and thus, create a more tolerant environment for us all.

Click here to download the detailed analysis of the questionnaire on stereotypes. 

Click on Face_Quest_Results_Romania to download the results of the Faces Questionnaire applied to the Romanian students and teachers. 

Mini-Multilingual Dictionary

One of the end products of our project was to design a mini-multilingual dictionary, to be used for basic communication when visting Romania, Turkey, Lithuanian and Portugal. 

However, our product is more than just a simple dictionary. Thus, we strongly believe that language is a barrier difficult to overcome for both teenagers and adults.

Thus, basic communications in the langauges of the project countries will help beneficiaries to know more about each other and break national stereotypes. While working at the multi-lingual dictionary, but also during the Transnational Meetings we discovered that our langauges, though so different at a quick glance, had numerous words having the same origin, not to mention the similarity in pronountiation and meaning.

The Romanian Team made an English-Romanian Mini-Dictionary with easy-to-use expressions and words. This is part of the bigger multi-lingual dictionary, aimed to be one of the end products of our project.

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Our multilingula dictionary can be downloaded if just click on Mini_Dictionary_Final_Version.

Here are a few slides taken from our Multi-Language Mini-Dictionary:

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Cultural Questionnaire

We could not break down our own stereotypes, the students’ and our fellow teachers’ prejudgements, related to the project countries, when we had no idea  which they were. Therefore, all teachers invloved in the project decided that a stereotypes and a cultural questionnaire, as well as an analysis of the results were absolutely necessary in order to identify “the enemy” and fight against it.

The cultural questionnaire, which is the end product of the work done by all project partners can be downloaded if you just click on CulturalQuestionnaire.

Click on Cultural questionnaire-solutions to see the correct answers to the questions in the Cultural Questionnaire. 

Click on Analysis-Cultural-Questionnaire-PORTUGAL to download the analysis proposed by the Portuguese team.

Stereotypes Questionnaire

The aim of the present project is to fight national stereotypes that affect the people living in Romania, Portugal, Lithuania and Turkey. In order to reach our aim and objectives we designed a stereotypes questionnaire that was delivered to the students and teachers from the partner school.

Click on Questionnaire-STEREOTYPES  in order to see the result of our collaborative work.

Click on the links below to see the answers given by the Lithuanian teachers, students and teaching staff.

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Click on the links below to see the answers given by the Turkish teachers, students and teaching staff.

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Click on Romania-Analysis-of-Stereotype-Questionnaire to download the answers given by the Romanian teachers, students and non-teaching staff as well as their detailed analysis. 

Click here to see the answers given by the Portuguese teachers, students and non-teaching staff, as well as the detailed analysis provided by the Portuguese Project Team.