On October 2nd our project teams met with smiling faces and determined minds. We rolled up our sleeves and gave our very best to actively and creatively contribute to each point of our 3-day agenda. And the outcomes were amazing!
Take a look at our video from the meeting!
On 23rd October 2017 our teachers participated in a Slovak national competition in the school library. The theme of the competition was: „ The most interesting school library activity focused on the Day of Milan Rastislav Štefánik.“
The organizers of the competition: PaedDr. Eva Szanyiová, Mgr. Lýdia Kalinová a Ing. Tatiana Chocholová
The number of the participating students: 58
In our second project newsletter you will see many creative school activities and competitions, important talks and useful meetings.
Take a look on how our small international team dreams big, works hard and progresses in its strong intention to motivate young (non)readers.
Dacia Maraini – life and works
Dacia Maraini was born on November 13, 1936 in Fiesole. She is an Italian writer, the daughter of Sicilian Princess Topazia Alliata di Salaparuta, an artist and art dealer, and of Fosco Maraini, a Florentine ethnologist and mountaineer of mixed Ticinese, English and Polish background who wrote in particular on Tibet and Japan.
The Praha Campus took place from 7th to 16th May 2017. Partners selected 22 pupils age of 15 to 18 from Partners schools (5 students from Croatia, 5 students from Italy, 6 students from Slovakia and 6 students from Czech Republic). Selection of pupils also included pupils with the migrant background. Selection of implemented literature texts also corresponded in order to meet another main project objective adressing the migrant literary misconceptions.
Accompanied with their mentors they worked closely on motivational stories selected for Praha-Campus.