Work Package 3: The guide “The teaching of Life Skills with Literacy”

A Training Manual

Responsibility: Romania

Intellectual product no. 1.pdf

Activities for developing the first Module

“Reading Strategies”
until
November 2014-February 2015

RomaniaBulgariaGreeceItalyTurkey

Reading and Comprehension Strategies.ppt


Activities for developing the second Module “Writing Strategies”
until
April-July 2015

Romania part1 part2

Bulgaria

GreeceWriting essay – Writing activity

Italy


Activities for developing the third Module  “Speaking and Listening Strategies” (Oral Communication).
until
September 2015-January 2016

Romania

Bulgaria

Greece

Italy

Turkey


 The Training Programme for students “The teaching of Life Skills with Literacy”, develop course introduction
until
January-February 2016


Completion the guide, translation the guide in national languages
until
July 2016

Romania

Bulgaria

Greece

Turkey

Italy


 Dissemination and Follow activities
until
March 2016-June 2017

-Each partner will propose exercises and activities for all the three modules.

 


 

-Each partner will test exercises and activities proposed for each module (proposed by them and by other partners) in the local activities. Based on observations during the local activities, the partners will suggest ways to revise and improve the exercises and the activities. During this period of research, development, testing and review of proposed activities and exercises for the guide, virtual communication between partners will be more intense in order to exchange ideas and methods.

 


 

-Each partner will translate the guide in the national languages.

 


 

-The coordinator will prepare introduction for the guide and will achieve the final shape of the guide.

 


 

-Each partner will organize activities to disseminate the guide in educational community and also activities to ensure the sustainability of the guide.

 


 

-Each partner will make follow activities and will complete a short report regarding these activities. In order to avoid extra work and allow for comparison, Romania will develop a simple template for all the project team to report about their internal follow-up activities. The follow-up reports should include as a minimum: contact person, description of the follow-up activities, issues or problems identified, further actions proposed to deal with the issues, results, lessons learned.