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Evaluation Czech Republic Kateřina Mošťková Evaluation Czech Republic Kateřina Mošťková Document Transcript

  • 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. Comenius Project Transversal Competences – Today´s Solution for Tomorrow´s Jobs I was asked to write an essay about Comenius project. So I will try to remember everything what we did in that project. They tol us that we could go to the week long study visit in Italy! And as they said so that happened. We travelled by car to Vienna and then to Italy by small plane. In the airport we met our host families. One nice woman with her daughter arrived to pick me up. They lived in a small town and had really beautiful house. If I had that house for myself, I wouldn´t complain. My Italian partner’s name was Eleonora and near us her friend Giada lived (also joined in the project). Eleonora is smiling, friendly, willing girl with slim figure and long brown hair. She has younger sister Francesca. Her dad visits Moravia a lot. Giada is also very nice with beautiful bright smile and dark brown hair to the shoulders. First day in new house with new family wasn’t easy because we weren’t used to talk in English all day and it took some time to start talking without problems. Finally, we understood that there’s no other way to communicate and we would just have to try to talk even when we knew we’re not sure how to say it properly what we wanted. After that we realised that if we forgot some word our friends would help us or we could try to say it other way. It started to be better every next day. After the first day we went to the school and did work on our project. We talked, wrote, drew and presented in groups and our teachers helped us sometimes. It was a hard day but we tried to work a lot because we knew that next day we’re going to the trip. We got wrong a little because the trip was maybe more tiring
  • 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. than the workday before. However, we made it and we got home in the evening. Then we had few hours to rest. And the next day? We woke up at 6 and went to school again. It wasn’t easy as pie as we thought at start. But it was big experience. What I appreciated the most was using English. It really helped me with my conversation skills and everybody knows that good English is very useful now. The best was flying and meeting new nice people. The people from Comenius seem to be really fine. After few months Turkish, Italians and Polish visited us. It wasn’t so exciting like being in Italy because we were used to the surrounding but I would lie if I said it wasn’t fun. Finally, I must say it was great, sometimes fun, sometimes hard but it pays off because of the experience. Kateřina Mošťková