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Discover Europe through the World of Mythology. … to help young people and educational staff better understand the range of European cultures, languages and values . The countries covered by the project. Romania. Lithuania. Greece. Finland. Yalova. Jonava. Tulce. Turkey. Finland.

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discover europe through the world of mythology
Discover Europe throughtheWorld of Mythology

… to help young people and educational staff better understand the range of European cultures, languages and values.

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The countries covered by the project

Romania

Lithuania

Greece

Finland

Yalova

Jonava

Tulce

Turkey

Finland

Vlădeni

Sicily

Tyros

Sicily

Poland

what are we going to do
What are we going to do?
  • Analyse old myths
    • We intend to analyse old oral tradition, the old myths and to promote them. Myths are the legends of gods, heroes or mysterious myth creatures. They clarify old people's beliefs, their understanding of structure of the world the their moral values.
  • Encourage reading
    • We will encourage children to read, will help to familiarize themselves with the oral tradition, the nation's mythical stories, their significance.
  • Share stories between partners
    • The project partners will share their nations’ old stories; will discuss the plot and characters: look for similarities.
  • Present the stories
    • We will present the stories, how they were narrated, what they meant for people.

This is a great opportunity to get acquainted with the country’s traditions,culture, ways of thinking.

four phases
Four phases:
  • The1st phase: students will get familiar with their countries’ most popular and most typical mythological stories, will present them in a variety of ways.
  • In the 2nd phase the students will get known to their own and other countries ' stories, which explains the beginning of the world, according to national myths/legends and secrets of the nature.
  • The 3rd part of the project is designed to characterize and present mythological characters.
  • The4th phase we’ll get familiar with the heroes of mythological stories and their remarkable activities. Students will compare them with the most famous nowadays persons.
what is the project about our purpose
What is the project about – our purpose
  • provide cultural knowledge
  • promote creativeness
  • show that all ethnic cultures are based on the same human values
  • help the to develop self-confidence, self-esteem, expand pupils’ horizons
  • develop the ability to speak English in real situations
  • improve ICTskills
  • For pupils with difficult socio-economic conditions - this would be a great opportunity to travel and experience European cultures.
  • teachers will share formal and non-formal education modern methods
project products and outcomes
Project products and outcomes:
  • Booklet of the project
  • Comenius corners (at all schools)
  • The illustrated letters for closer acquaintance of pupils and teachers
  • Logo of the project
  • Thematic web page
  • Presentations of legends and stories in general, kind of stories we have in our countries
  • National mythological stories translated into English
  • Prepared information about local/national culture and traditions: the originalenvironment where the stories were told
  • Fair of European languages: video clips of art reading of mythological stories
  • Drama plays based on stories about the beginning of the world, nature secrets
  • Photos of landscapes: “Where did the mythological creatures live?”
  • PowerPoint encyclopaedia of mythological characters
  • Essays of creative writing
  • Material of traditional festive with mythological reflections.
  • Presentations of modern heroes
  • Magazine of the project
our expectations
Ourexpectations:
  • We want to worktogether.
  • We want to meet.
  • We want to show what we have we in common.
  • We want to learnutmythology.
  • We want to find out aboutschool life, specialevents, social life schoolparties.
  • We want to knowschoolfacilities of eachschool, interestingpleaces in the area and the localculture.
what we have in common
What we haveincommon:

Nothing

Areyoukidding?

extra activities
Extra activities.

FOLK DANCES CLUB

CHEERLEADERS

TRAVEL CLUB

VOLLEYBALL TEAM

special places and interesting rooms
Specialplaces and interestingrooms.

TEST ROOM

MATERİAL ROOMS

COMPUTER ROOM

traditions
Traditions.

Respect of diversity.

Folk art – painting eggs.

Using natural materials pupils create pictures.

comparison of school sizes
Comparison of schoolsizes.

Thebiggest and thesmallestschools

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We are

happy to

havethis

project as

a chance to

meetfriends

fromotherschools.

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http://

Youcanfind out more on:

www.mythologyofeurope.com

the end
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Presentationsprepared by:

  • Kacper Dudziak
  • Jędrzej Komosiński
  • Jacek Domański
  • Adam Wiśniewski