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    • This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. IMPLEMENTATION MODULE 1 – EUROKID LEARNS HOW TO LEARN Following the conclusions and evaluation resulting from MODULE 1, the ways of implementing gathered knowledge into the school curriculum would consist of: - providing the Teachers’ Board and students with training on different learning styles and techniques, and on applying and conforming to the teaching and learning styles accordingly - diagnosing the learning styles of students and teachers (ATL) preceded by translating the ‘learning styles’ questionnaire and ‘thinking styles’ questionnaire into Polish - diversifying the character and methods of conducting lessons according to learning styles (all subjects) - lesson plans for module 1 – incorporating learning styles into the subject lessons - teaching about national/local prominent figures, geniuses and their way of learning (language lessons and weekly lessons with a form teacher/tutor) MODULE 2 – EUROKID GETS A JOB Implementation of MODULE 2 results can be done through: incorporating lessons on preparing a CV and application letter into Entrepreneurship course (during the first year of secondary school) and foreign language lessons (English, German, Spanish and French) as part of their writing workshop developing the idea of personal marketing workshop (getting prepared for a job interview, taking proper care of language, body language, dress code when talking to
    • This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. a potential employer, ability of talking about oneself and making a good impression) within Enterpreneurship lessons (during the first year of secondary school) MODULE 3 – EUROKID IS AN ENTREPRENEUR Implementation of MODULE 3 results can be done through: interdisciplinary project joining Entrepreneurship and IT lessons – students get familiar with realities of owning a company, they learn about the enterprise environment, the stock exchange and set up their own virtual business/company (prepare a marketing plan, design a website and make lefleats) organising the Business Fair aimed at displaying students’ outcomes within the interdisciplinary project MODULE 4 – EUROKID INVOLVES IN THE SOCIETY NEEDS Implementation of MODULE 4 results can be done through: Volunteering Fair held every year (inviting different volunteering organisations to promote the range of their volunteering actions and encourage the school community to work for their organisation cause), altnernatively called Volunteer’s Day lessons about the idea of volunteering (within weekly meetings with a form teacher/tutor) with a focus on the volunteering guide (possibly translated into Polish) engaging students in volunteering actions, events, happenings on behalf of the needy or for the animal shelters preparing a civic campaign during an interdisciplinary project (English and IT) on a topic chosen by students
    • This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. MODULE 5 – EUROKID CELEBRATES THE CULTURAL DIVERSITY Implementation of MODULE 5 results can be done through: discussing cultural differences during language (English, German, Spanish and French) lessons or Polish literature lessons and Psychology, Historyor Geography adequately to the area of knowledge incorporating elements of cultural specificities and differences which make every job market unique (Entrepreneurship course)