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  • 1. The Programme: -Reading 5 days a week ( the librarian teacher give teachers 5 stories for them to read one story a day) -Unexpected Petry Reading ( to celebrate the Poetry day) -Poetry recit ( students know by heart some poetry and they say them aloud to the others) - Display about “The geography of the Portuguese language) -Theatre about oral health - Theatre about the story “The Bremen musician”) - Proverb Contest -Contest: “The colour of letters” -Reading audio-books READING WEEK READING WEEK
  • 2. The meeting with the writer Susana Cardoso Ferreira and me
  • 3. Autographs session
  • 4. Work done by teachers and students to receive the writer
  • 5. A gift to the writer – students made summaries of her stories and illustrate them. Then they made a book to offer her.
  • 6. Unexpected Poetry Reading This activity was proposed to the whole community: teachers, assistants, directors and parents or other people that have time to come to a class read poetry.
  • 7. Theatre on the book the Musicians of Bremen – Students of the secondary that participate in a Comenius project came to do this theatre to our students.
  • 8. Theatre that has to do with the project The Oral Health in the libraries
  • 9. A display about the “Geography of the Portuguese Language”, that is, about the 8 countries where the Portuguese language is spoken. And a book of a Portuguese writer Ana Isabel Alçada that has 8 stories each one of each country. Same teachers came with their classes to see and learn about it.