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When presenting the school we missed an an important detail I need you to check:

1) Among the experiences realized in cooperation with the Politecnico of Turin (It is a well-known Applied Science Faculty in Turin. I would like to leave the name in Italian. What do you think?) and the "University of Turin" worth mentioning are the following:
- analysis of DNA (including PCR and OGM analysis) etc.
2)Approach:
The pupils are supported by teachers and thus enabled to organize themselves the project activity and research. This support consists of special language courses and advice when the pupils plan for example research arrangements as well as courses to introduce them to the use of a communication platform. Beyond this compulsory communication there will be fixed dates on which pupils are to hand in their results. In order to develop a European spirit and understanding, the project activity also consists in offering common recreational and cultural activities. An evaluation will be carried out at every stage of the project in order to help achieve the aims.

3) European Added Value
The European added value of the intended project is first of all to be located in this European projects in which they will automatically cooperate.
4) Pupils and teachers get to know each other, their cultural similarities and differences. Working together provides them with the opportunity of forming friendships, staying in touch and thus permanently linking the participants. 5) In the same way this project forms a network between the participating schools which offer their strengths at the same time benefiting from their partners' strengths in areas in which their skills are less developed. In this respect they learn from each other.

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    I agree that the schools' names should be as they are in their own languages.
    1) Among the experiences realized in cooperation with the Politecnico di Torino and the Università di Torino worth mentioning are the following:
    - analysis of DNA (including PCR and OGM analysis) etc.
    This is only one. Are there more?

    2)Approach:
    The pupils are supported by teachers and thus enabled to organize the project activity and research for themselves. This support consists of special language courses and advice when the pupils plan, for example, research arrangements, as well as courses to introduce them to the use of a communication platform. Beyond this compulsory communication, there will be fixed dates on which pupils are to hand in their results. In order to develop a European spirit and understanding, the project activity also consists of offering common recreational and cultural activities. An evaluation will be conducted at every stage of the project in order to help achieve the aims.

    3) European Added Value
    The European added value of the intended project is, first of all, to be located in the European projects<~~I'm not clear on the meaning of this word in this context. in which they will automatically cooperate.

    4) Pupils and teachers get to know each other, their cultural similarities, and their differences. Working together provides them with the opportunity of forming friendships and staying in touch, thus permanently linking the participants.

    5) In the same way, this project forms a network among the participating schools, which offer their strengths at the same time benefiting from their partners' strengths in areas in which their skills are less developed. In this respect, they learn from each other.

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