Erasmus+ No memorize anymore come and play for more- Terzo meeting di progetto in Turchia

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Il nostro Dirigente Scolastico e la prof.ssa Romano con il provveditore agli studi a Trebisonda
Alle prese con la robotica

I’m very proud of this experience.

Firstly, I was nervous but once I met the family I felt warmly welcome.

They treated me as  if I were their daughter, they prepared a lot of typical Turkish food, they gave me so many gifts and they were always really kind.

The city of Trabzon is very clean and organized, reaching places was simple thanks to the very efficient public means of transport.

Among the many activities we did, the ones I really enjoyed were the many games that they organized.

The teams were composed by students of various nationalities  we soon became best friends with having fun together.

It was an unforgettable experience and I recommend it to everyone.

Paola Adriana La Rocca IV L Liceo Linguistico

 

I never expected to live an experience like this. It was great!

The family where I was, made me feel part of it, as if I were at home, giving me much affection and preparing every day several kinds of typical dishes of Turkey, but especially my partner was like a sister with whom I spent some beautiful moments.

The town of Trabzon is very big and there are so many things to do.

During the week, we went to a school to participate in a project which consisted in building a robot.

The students from different countries were divided into groups.

We became friends, learned new things and having fun doing it.

Alessia Motta IV L Liceo Linguistico

Le attività nella scuola turca
La biblioteca scolastica
Il centro per l’artigianato


 

2 pensieri riguardo “Erasmus+ No memorize anymore come and play for more- Terzo meeting di progetto in Turchia

  • 14 ottobre 2018 in 18:23
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    Two schoolgirls, attending liceo linguistico Vittorini in Lentini, accompanied by a teacher and their school headmaster, have recently been to Turkey, as a result of a project, the so-called Progetto Erasmo.
    According to their comments above, they lived a unique experience over there, not only because they were warmly welcomed by students’ families , but especially for coming into contact with some featuring aspects of Turkish school system. Taking part in a robotic experiment jointly with other foreign students was a rewarding experience and the participation in collective games was a great fun. The laboratory for manufacturing carpets was interesting: a lot of skilful women are being employed in this branch of Turkish economy.
    As a relative of Paola La Rocca, I want to thank the school authorities for organizing this project, which has certainly required hard work.
    A great challenge for their teachers!

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    • 14 ottobre 2018 in 19:34
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      thanks a lot for your nice message. It was an hard work but we lived an exciting experience that improved the linguistic skills of our students and made us learn a lot about gamification.
      thanks
      Gabriella Romano
      reference teacher Erasmus+

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