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'Culture in a box',

Registered on 16.10.2008 - Closed on 26.08.2009

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Project details

Interested in a partner for taking part in the project 'culture in a box', using powerpoint as the tool.

  • Subjects: Art, European Studies, Informatics / ICT, Music, Primary School Subjects
  • Languages: DE - EN
  • Pupil's age: 7 - 13
  • Tools to be used: e-mail, MP3, Other software (Powerpoint, video, pictures and drawings), Web publishing
  • Aims: Interested in a partner for taking part in the project 'culture in a box', using powerpoint as the tool.
  • Work process:
    We wont to Exchange informations whit pupils of other Europeans school about culture, traditions, school organization, children life, teaching experiences,... read more
  • Expected results: Production of an CD.
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Project partners - 4 partner(s)
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Audrey Davie

School Icon High School of Dundee (Dundee, United Kingdom)

Subjects: Citizenship, History, Informatics / ICT, Language and Literature, Social Studies / Sociology

Languages: EN

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Aurelija Dirginčienė

School Icon Siauliai “Juventa“ progymnasium (Siauliai, Lithuania)

Subjects: Art, Citizenship, Cross Curricular, Drama, Environmental Education, Ethics, European Studies, Foreign Languages, Geography, Health Studies, History, History of Culture, Informatics / ICT, Music, Natural Sciences, Physical Education, Primary School Subjects

Languages: LT - DE - EN

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Kristina Foteva

School Icon ЦДГ 24 "Приказен свят" (Добрич, Bulgaria)

Subjects: Art, Citizenship, Drama, History, Informatics / ICT, Language and Literature, Pre-school Subjects

Languages: BG - EN

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Krystyna Kawa

School Icon Publiczna Szkoła Podstawowa Nr 15 w Opolu (Opole, Poland)

Subjects: Foreign Languages, Language and Literature, Psychology, Social Studies / Sociology, Special Needs Education

Languages: DE - PL

Project diary
Happy Easter! Frohe Ostern!
Apr
05
2009
Posted by Aurelija Dirginčienė
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The kids paint  on theme "Winter in my town".
Dec
20
2008
Posted by Kristina Foteva
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