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(Researched 38 parents of the students from the following classes: IId, IIb, IIe, IIIb) After reading questions carefully, the parent answered by crossing YES or NO gap.
Multiple choice questions After reading questions carefully, the parent answered by crossing YES or NO gap.
a) great occasion to know the new culture b) gaining the knowledge in an interesting way c) studying the language d) meeting young people from abroad e) increasing the activity of young people in other fields
IId, IIe, IIb and III b 68 students from the following classes: IId, IIe, IIb and IIIb took part in the questionnaire. After reading the questions carefully, the students answered by crossing the words YES or NO.
OPEN QUESTIONS: Students provided brief answers- here are some quotations:
Get in touch with other people and understand the language better. We could take the opportunity of improving our language skills. I learned to communicate with people in foreign languages and it is not so difficult at all. I learned to cooperate with a group and to work in team. First of all, I managed to get to know people of another culture and lifestyle. During the implementation of the tasks resulting from the Comenius project, I learned to cooperate not only with young Polish and foreign students, but also with the teachers - that had been really hard. I learned to communicate better with foreigners in English, and got to know other European cultures. I learned to be responsible for your and other peoples work. I began to appreciate the effort made by my schoolmates, peers and teachers. During the implementation of the Comenius project I learned many useful words in the English language, I improved my organising skills, especially during the international meetings. I learned a lot about Italy, and I met many interesting and amazing people.
The visit to Szczecin, the bonfire and other events. In my opinion, it was the ecological march. The most interesting event was the trip outside the school grounds, as well as the fond memories of the school when preparing for the arrival of the guests, and translating the information about our town I do not remember, but there were a lot of such events. The most interesting event was collecting all the information about the sights of Szczecin and telling the stories to our foreign friends. In my opinion, the most interesting event was the ecological march because of great fun; it was not easy to prepare dresses made of organic materials.
The most remembered event was the time to say goodbye. It was the time for memories, tears and fun. Bonfires are remembered most because of the nice atmosphere. The ecological march, which was really interesting and colourful. It is a pity that it was really cold. The most remembered event was the ecological fashion presentation in our community center, because everyone worked together as a result of good fun. The most remembered event was the Polish-Italian exchange, because I met many fantastic people – we are in touch today. The march and the meeting with the mayor. I loved this idea because everyone was involved in doing something. It was very nice. The most remembered bonfire in the area of Gryfice during which we played the guitars and sang Polish and Italian songs. Beautiful international integration of young people. Time that we spent on a trip to Szczecin and Miedzyzdroje remained in my memory. Then we went to a lecture in English to increase our language skills.
It was very nice to co-operate with the Germans - they were easy-going. I appreciate the cooperation and contacts with my peers from Italy, Germany and Sweden. The Italians were very nice, the Germans very friendly, and the Swedes very friendly. Positively, particularly with the students from Italy, because I participated in this exchange programme. The Italians are very sociable, warm and smiling people. The cooperation with them was wonderful. Unfortunately, I had no opportunity to cooperate with the students from Germany and Italy. The cooperation with my peers from Italy, Germany and Sweden was excellent. We all got on very well. This priceless contact is still maintained via the Internet.
Researched 18 teachers After reading the questions carefully the teacher answered by crossing Yes or No gap.
a) Improving language skills, b) Meeting different cultures, c) Exchange of teaching experience and teaching methods, d) Meeting interesting places, e) Enable students to get in touch with students from other countries, f) Increased motivation for the second language acquisition, g) Bigger language material base, h) Increased involvement of the teachers,
Positive: a) Getting wider knowledge of other cultures during the classes, b) Teachers integration during working with the project, c) Active students participation in departure preparations, d) Active students participation in project implementation, Negative: a) Wide range of duties, b) The necessity of working with the project at home as well,
a) Language barrier, b) Excessive amount of extra work, c) Problems with project completion on time,