The Portuguese team worked to identify and then fight the identified national stereotypes.
Click here to have access to the booklet designed and written by the Portuguese team.
Click here to have access to the calendar done under the co-ordination of the Portuguese Team.
Click here to have access to lesson plans on the basis of which learning sequences were organised.
-organizes and hosts the fourth Teacher’s Mobility, to take place in May 2016
-makes an album with photos, articles and students’ opinions on the whole project
-designs two photo calendars with pictures from the four project countries; one calendar for 2015 and another one for 2016
The Portuguese team offered a very detailed and educative presentation on the traditional Portuguese costume. Thus, we were once and for all convinced that Portuguese women dress in bright colours (not in black only) and their heads are not always covered with a scarf.
Follow the links below to download the presentations provided by the Portuguese Team.
The Portuguese Team provided an interesting and educative insight of the life in contemporary Portugal.
Click on WorkinPortugal to find information about how people work in Portugal and other aspects related to the labour market.
Click on FreeTimePortugal to find how Portuguese people have fun.
Click on FoodPortugal to find out about the most delicious traditional Portuguese dishes.
The Portuguese Team also produced a mini-dictionary containing useful words and expressions while travelling around Portugal or while meeting Portuguese people.
The structure of the Portuguese Educational System can be downloaded if you click here.
The Portuguese team applied, collected and analysed the cultural questionnaire, which was created with the purpose to identify the target group’s stereotypes related to the countries involved in the present project.
Follow the Analysis-Cultural-Questionnaire-PORTUGAL link to download the analysis proposed by the Portuguese project team.
The Portuguese Team applied the stereotypes questionnaire to the target group.
The answers given by the Portuguese subjects as well as a detailed analysis of the results is available if you click here.