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Comenius Exchange   Evaluation
Comenius Exchange   Evaluation
Comenius Exchange   Evaluation
Comenius Exchange   Evaluation
Comenius Exchange   Evaluation
Comenius Exchange   Evaluation
Comenius Exchange   Evaluation
Comenius Exchange   Evaluation
Comenius Exchange   Evaluation
Comenius Exchange   Evaluation
Comenius Exchange   Evaluation
Comenius Exchange   Evaluation
Comenius Exchange   Evaluation
Comenius Exchange   Evaluation
Comenius Exchange   Evaluation
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Comenius Exchange Evaluation

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Hannah Roscoe, language assistant, presents the evaluation of the Comenius Bilateral Meeting in Hungary by15 Spanish/Basque students and 15 Hungarian students.

Hannah Roscoe, language assistant, presents the evaluation of the Comenius Bilateral Meeting in Hungary by15 Spanish/Basque students and 15 Hungarian students.

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  • 1. Exchange Hungary Spain
  • 2. How was your relationship with your partner?
  • 3. How was your relationship with your partner’s family?
  • 4. Best and worst activities
  • 5. What did you learn during the exchange? The most common answer that the students gave was that they had developed better communication skills in English. In addition, they also said that they had learnt a lot about Hungarian and Spanish culture. Some students mentioned that they had learnt other important skills such as teamwork and how to make friends.
  • 6. Do you feel that your English has improved?
  • 7. Thoughts about the timetable of activities
  • 8. What did you think about Hungarian food?
  • 9. Would you like to visit again in the future? Why/why not? The students gave a variety of reasons about why they would like to visit again in the future: 1.Hungarian people are friendly. 2.I want to see more of Hungary. 3.I want to improve my English. 4.Budapest is a beautiful city. 5.I want to visit my partner.
  • 10. Would you like to visit again in the future? What did you think of Hungary?
  • 11. Language Examples of words and phrases learnt during the week HUNGARIAN SPANISH Szia Hi/Bye Hola/Adios (Agur) Hello/Goodbye Igen Yes Sí Yes Nem No No No Köszënëm Thank you Gracias Thank you Magyarország Hungary ¿Qué tal? How are you? Meggyet Cherry Patata Potato Babám Darling Guapo Handsome Lerazza Shake Buenas noches Good night Apa/Anya Father/Mother Madre Mother
  • 12. Would you recommend the Comenius scheme to other students?
  • 13. To what extent did the Comenius scheme meet your expectations?
  • 14. Thoughts about the exchange and the Comenius scheme EXCHANGE •It was a lot of fun. •The week’s schedule was too busy - I wanted more time to rest. •I learnt lots of important skills e.g. teamwork. •We are lucky to have had this experience. •I thought the activities would be boring but they were a lot of fun. •It was an interesting experience. COMENIUS SCHEME •It is a great way to communicate with people from all over the world. •It’s an opportunity to learn about different people and different cultures. •It’s a great opportunity to improve your knowledge of English. •It’s an opportunity to meet other Europeans. •I’m very happy to be part of the Comenius scheme.
  • 15. “I would recommend it for everyone because it’s really exciting and interesting to go to a foreign country and see a different way of thinking and a different culture.”

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