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Solitifola: Solidarity between generations and active ageing

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  • 1. SoLiTiFoLaDerya BOZDOĞAN, PhD
  • 2. In this presentation: EY CBI SoLiTiFoLa? Evaluation
  • 3. Background• European themes of years• 2010: European Year for Combating Poverty and Social Exclusion• 2011: European Year of Volunteering• 2012: European Year of Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations• 2013: European Year of Citizens
  • 4. Solidarity in Turkey 2012European Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations Fact Sheet (2011)  Too many actors play role  Lack of coordination bw actors  2008 social security reform: law & practice gap
  • 5. SOLIDARITY IN TURKEY : EUROBAROMETER
  • 6. SOLIDARITY IN TURKEY : EUROBAROMETER
  • 7. SOLIDARITY IN TURKEY : EUROBAROMETER
  • 8. Solidarity & Language Learning• CBI (Content-based Instruction)“approach to language instruction thatintegrates the presentation of topics of tasksfrom subject matter classes (eg. Math,Social Studies) within the context ofteaching a second or foreign language.” Crandall and Tucker(1990, p.187)
  • 9.  SoLiTiFoLa: Solidarity between Generations & Active Ageing & Teaching Foreign Languages
  • 10. SoLiTiFoLa Erasmus Intensive Program (IP) 11 European countries: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, England, Hungary, Latvia, Norway, Romania, Spain, The Netherlands and Turkey (in alphabetical order) 2 weeks in University of Reading, Reading, UK IP program
  • 11. Daily reports“Can you feel solidarity with people you haven’tmet?” This question leads to a discussion of adefinition of the word Solidarity. What do weconsider as being solidaric? Is it only a feeling ordoes it require an action behind the feeling? Youcan compare it with solidarity versus charity?We Danes were surprised to find that so manycountries did so many different things for theelderly, which is similar to Denmark.” Danish team
  • 12. Daily reports (2)“It was interesting to exchange ideas andopinions regarding solidarity with people fromdifferent countries. We realized that althoughwe are from different cultures there are thesome problems in our society nowadays. Wereally enjoyed the opportunity to be creative andworking together in groups where everyone gotinvolved and everybody could improve the socialskills.” Austrian team
  • 13. Lesson observation• “In Belgium we only have one teacher per classroom and we could use more teachers to help more students. The things that caught my attention are:• The quality of the student’s work displayed on the walls• Codes used while teaching: clapping, students have to ask before leaving their chair and the importance of respect for both students and teacher.• The use of different houses – colouring, story reading &telling etc.• Classrooms were old fashioned, but all had smart boards and were very colourful.• Point system to mark good and bad behaviour.”
  • 14. Lesson observation (2)• “In Norway we only have one teacher per class and assistants depending on needs. I feel like we have more structure, silence, and order than what I experienced here. My expectations might have been a little high; I thought they had very high structure, order, and respect.”
  • 15. • Example lesson plans –1 –2• Visits to MERL and RISC
  • 16. Top experience
  • 17. REFERENCESDaily reports for SoLiTiFoLa (2012). Retrieved April 04, 2012 from http://moodle.hinesna.no/course/view.php?id=77.Eurobarometer survey on Active Ageing (2011). Retrieved March 21, 2012 from (http://ec.europa.eu/public_opinion/archives/ebs/ebs_378_fact_tr_en.pdf.European Year of Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations. (2012). Retrieved March 21, 2012 from http://europa.eu/ey2012/ey2012main.jsp?langId=en&catId=971.European Year of Citizens. (2012). Retrieved April 04, 2012 from http://ec.europa.eu/citizenship/european-year-of-citizens-2013/index_en.htm.European Year of Volunteering. (2011). Retrieved March 25, 2012 from http://europa.eu/volunteering/en/home2.http://moodle.hinesna.no/course/view.php?id=77 (Moodle platform of the project)Türkiye Cumhuriyeti Avrupa Birliği Bakanlığı. (2011). 2012 Avrupa Aktif Yaşlanma ve Nesiller Arası Dayanışma Yılı Hakkında Bilgi Notu. Ankara.
  • 18. Thanks deryaerice@gmail.com Derya Bozdoğan, PhD Abant İzzet Baysal UniversityEnglish Language Teaching Program Bolu