Project acronym: F.O.R.
Duration of the Erasmus+ KA 229 project: 01.09.2018 - 31.08.2020.
Coordinating country: Sweden
Partner schools: Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Poland & Turkey
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What is the project about?
In this Erasmus+ project entitled "Finding our roots" we would like to:
- raise awareness of the common history and values;
- recognize the different beliefs and customs belonging to our origins with mutual understanding;
- realize the importance of the cultural heritage with the partners in the project and understand that the value of heritage comes from its inheritors - from the living;
- enhance awareness among European citizens and especially among the youth on the importance of using intercultural dialogue;
- make History lessons more interesting for the students by exchanging experiences with each other;
- reinforce a sense of community by practising cultural traditions which are important to pass on shared values from one generation to another;
- train individuals, integrated to the cultural identity of our age approching with respect and understanding to different cultures;
- promote foreign language learning and sharing through the use of ICT.
We've planned the activities related to our objectives such as:
- presenting the schools including their own history, customs and traditions;
- preparing questionnaires on the project among children, teachers and parents at the beginning, in the middle and at the end of the project;
- organizing "Internatinal Days" activities after the mobilities;
- arranging "Parents-Children Day" activities to perform old traditions by students with the help of their parents;
- applying different integrated curriculum activities in history classes;
- organizing workshops on cuisine, traditional dances, customs, etc;
- doing videoconferences.