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D isclaimer : The content of this brochure results from the joint effort of six teams from: Colegiul Național Pedagogic ”Gheorghe Lazăr” Cluj-Napoca from Romania, Heinrich-Kleyer-Schule Frankfurt am Main from Germany, Lycée des Glières Annemasse from France, Istituto Magistrale Statale ‘’Regina Margherita’’ Palermo from Italy, Zespół Szkół Technicznych Zielona Góra from Poland, Vocational School of Electronic and Electrotechnique “Michail Lomonosov” Gorna Oryahovitsa from Bulgaria. The responsibility for the ideas, photos and drawings included in the brochure rests with each team. The content falls under national and international copyright laws. No part from this brochure can be used without prior written permission from the authors. The content is only to be used for educational purposes. This brochure is intended to present ideas linked to Easter and religious traditions from the countries where the Comenius Project: Young People - Living and Working in Europe is implemented. It is not intended to offend or discriminate.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.

This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

First published in 2010 with the support of Colegiul Național Pedagogic ”Gheorghe Lazăr”(Principal Mircea Bertea) Cluj-Napoca, Romania. The team involved the making and printing the brochure is as follows: Bogdan Seiche - 10th grade Bianca Badiu - 12th grade Alexandra Maria Marian - 12th grade Lucian Pop - 12th grade Alina Tanțău - 12th grade Corina Arghiuș - Coordinator Adina Bondor - Coordinator

Copyright © 2010 Colegiul Național Pedagogic ”Gheorghe Lazăr” Cluj-Napoca ,Romania, Heinrich-Kleyer-Schule Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Lycée des Glières Annemasse, France, Istituto Magistrale Statale ‘’Regina Margherita’’ Palermo, Italy, Zespół Szkół Technicznych Zielona Góra, Poland, Vocational School of Electronic and Electrotechnique “Michail Lomonosov” Gorna Oryahovitsa, Bulgaria.


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What are Comenius projects? Comenius school projects have the goal to better the quality and consolidate the European dimension in education, to support the learning of foreign languages and international cooperation between schools, to promote intercultural awareness and innovation of pedagogical methods and of informational means. These projects are promoted and financially supported by the European Commission through the National Agency of each country. They involve a large number of people: pupils, parents, teachers as well as the local community and non governmental organisations. Beginning with the 2009-2010 school year, six schools representing six countries have obtained from the European Commission the necessary funding to run a Comenius project for 2 years. This is: Young People- Living

and Working in Europe.

Who are we? Heinrich-Kleyer-Schule Frankfurt am Main Germany

Frankfurt

Lycée des Glières Annemasse France

Zielona Gora

Annemasse ClujNapoca

Palermo

Gorna Oryahovitsa

Istituto Magistrale Statale ‘’Regina Margherita’’ Palermo Italy Zespół Szkół Technicznych Zielona Góra Poland Vocational School of Electronic and Electrotechnique “Michail Lomonosov” Gorna Oryahovitsa Bulgaria Colegiul Național Pedagogic ”Gheorghe Lazăr” Cluj-Napoca Romania

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What are the objectives? For the pupils:  to develop the creative abilities of the pupils;  to learn to appreciate other nations’ cultures, feelings and life-styles by arousing curiosity regarding other young citizens in the community, something that social and geographical environment has not always enabled them to explore;  to develop the idea of travelling, living and working abroad;  to know about professional training and working possibilities in Europe;  to improve cross-cultural dialogues;  to involve the pupils actively in the life of the community;  to develop the use of the latest information and communication technology in a common language;  to increase their European culture and to raise awareness of cultural differences;  to encourage and increase communication with students from other countries (exchange of material and experiences);  to practise another language;  to give students working and training opportunities abroad;  to diminish the students’ fear of travelling to foreign countries;  to share problems in partner countries because they are getting less abstract and more concrete as they can be associated with known students; For the teachers:  to learn across the exchange of didactic experiences – joint development of didactic materials;  to establish new means of cooperation;  to obtain experience in projects; For the institution:  to promote the school within its local society and raise its status;

What have we done so far? launching the project officially; integrating the project in the curricula through optional courses; introducing pupils in Europass; job interview simulations; activelly participating on the forum of the project which deals with various topics: learning foreign languages, protecting the environment, politics, European school systems, working men and women, jobs, the internet, national identity, stereotypes, juvenile crime, living in the different cities of the project, food, the importance of beauty and physical appearance, teachers, young people’s problems, what one values in people, discrimination. You can visit us at: http://youlive2009.ch/phpBB3/viewforum.php?f=3 but don’t forget to obtain permission from the admin as only the members from the Comenius team from the schools from the countries involved in the project can post messages on the forum;  the website of the project: http://youlive2009.ch/index.html;  questionnaires;  the Comenius corner;     

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 presenting the Comenius project during School Days or on other occassions;  the brochure: Religious Traditions. Easter + DVD;  the project reunions: in Annemasse (November 2009), Zielona Gora (February 2010) and Cluj-Napoca (April-March 2010);

Project reunion in Annemasse

What are we going to do next? Gorna Oriahovitsa, Bulgaria, November 2010 Palermo, Italy, February 2011 Frankfurt am Main, Germany, May 2011

Project reunions

Questionnaires that will evaluate the impact of the project Newspaper/Newsletter

DVD

Exhibitions

Posting on the website

Theatre Play Continue posting on the forum

The Redactional Team

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