THIRD DAY – ANALYZING LESSON PLANS AND LESSONS

The third day of the project meeting (June, 1st, 2016) was dedicated to analyzing the learning sequences unfolded on the basis of the lesson plans provided by the project partners. Each team described how the lesson took place, the students’ reactions and the outcome. It was observed that these specific learning activities contributed a lot to breaking national stereotypes. They also stirred the interest of the target audience, the young people showing an increase desire to find out more about the project countries. 

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The last touches were added to the calendar made by the Portuguese team. The intellectual output was also brought into discussion and the conclusions were drawn.

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In the afternoon, the students with disabilities, studying at the Portuguese school came to meet the project teams They asked each participant to write down into a notebook the impression Portugal had upon them. 

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Click on on the links below to see the lesson plans made by the project partners.

LessonPlanRomaniaEthnicGroups

-the purpose is to explain the ethnical structure of the Romanian society

LessonPlanRomaniaRuralCountry

-the purpose is to point out that Romania is NOT a rural country as believed by the target audience

LessonPlanLithuaniaHomEconomics

-the purpose is to point out that Lithuania is not an agricultural country

LessonPlanLithuaniaClimate

-the purpose is to point out that Lithuania does not have a cold/polar climate

LessonPlanPortugalSpeakSpanish

-the purpose is to fight against the stereotype according to which Portuguese people speak Spanish

LessonPlanPortugalClimate

-the purpose is to fight against the stereotype that in Portugal is always hot and sunny

LessonPlanTurkeyPoliticalRegime

-the purpose is to point out that Turkey is a democratically ruled country

LessonPlanHistoryTurkey

-the purpose is to make the history of Turkey better known among the subjects forming the target group.

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