Echanger sur ce que nous avons en commun en Europe pour réfléchir sur l'identité européenne et se l'approprier. Confronter nos points de vue sur ce que nous souhaitons pour le futur.
E-twinning exchanges about european citizenship and european identity, between four Junior high schools classes (with 26 pupils each).Languages of communication English and French.
Our visit in European Regional Office
Posted by: Katarzyna Kwiatek-Grabarska
In this school year our class III e took part in the special lesson organized by the Regional Centre of European Information. in Katowice. In the first part we got to know more about the history and the institutions of the European Union and about cultural heritage of its members. In the second part we had a workshop in groups. We had to work on the advantages and disadvantages of being a member of the Union for five years.We tried to answer the question what we could give to the other members and we could take back in return. European funds were also the part of our discussion and how they can change Poland. The students from our class gave the examples from our city: scholarships for the most talented students, grants for teacher courses, funds for modernization of drainage system in our city. During the meeting we could ask about the things we are interested the most-the possibility of studying and working in other European countries. At the end we took part in the quiz about UE.