November 30, 2015

Homework Help: English

Posted by Henry2 on Wednesday, February 8, 2012 at 4:29pm.

Here is the second part on the European added value. Thank you very much in advance!!

1) The European added value of the intended project is first of all to be located in this European project in which pupils will cooperate.
2) It will bring educational programs and methods to the other countries and make them reach a higher technological level. As mentioned in the introduction, this project wants to overcome both social and cultural barriers in areas which are traditionally rather disinclined to European interests and citizenship by enabling them to work in an international environment.
3) Communicating in foreign languages (I think we'll have to include ENGLISH) and having positive experiences with their European partners incites pupils to become aware of what it means to be part of Europe and makes them develop a European identity.
4) By executing the whole cycle of project management in English and the two other partner languages (I will exclude "two other ...), the pupils will have a much better qualification to present in their portfolio. (I thin you checked this)
5) Sustainablilty and the preservation of natural resources as being part of the project and as a basis of European education has to be international if it is supposed to be efficient. Getting close to these topics in an European context is an answer to this necessity. 6) The project is intended to be the starting point of a cooperation among our schools by integrating different school systems and curricula, exceeding the project period and leading to other projects and school exchanges.
7) The project transmits the idea of becoming a European school to the whole school community and to its partners. Natural parks as partners will become aware of European dimensions and should be motivated to promote themselves European activities.

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