Impressions about the mobility in Turkey by Romanian students 2012

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  • 1. Impressions about the Mobility in Turkey 5th – 11th November 2012 The mobility developed in Turkey was a unique, unforgettable experience,leaving me a good impression from which I had much to learn. After this mobility I returned a little bit changed, positively, with moreconfidence in me and desire to travel alone, without parents and a very importantthing was that everywhere in the world we can link beautiful and lasting friendships. Their order, discipline, activities’ organizing were great and the most relevantaspect was their hospitality. Personally, I was very well received and treated by myhost. During this mobility we had documentary visits to some very old but with animpressive history mosques. Besides these mosques, we have visited Cappadocia, anamazing landmark whose history was presented to us by a guide speaking in English. About the partner school I can say it was well-appointed with new furniture, andthe students wore different colored uniforms: pink for the girls and blue for the boys. In conclusion, this mobility was very well planned regarding the choosing of thesites that we were going to visit, proving this was a part of a well organized projectby the involved teachers and the pupils selected to participate. by Andreea Bezdedeanu, th the 6 class A, “Liviu Rebreanu” School, Romania
  • 2. Impressions about the Mobility in Turkey 5th – 11th November 2012 First, I want to say this mobility in Turkey through the Comenius project “TheVoices from the Land” was an unforgettable experience for me. The way in whichthe Turks respect their traditions and faith was what impressed me most. The familywhere I was accommodate deserves all my thanks for the way of receiving me. I could state that I felt like I would have been their second daughter. In theirbeautiful country, I have visited a stone underground town that anyone would want tovisit it. Besides, I could add that during this mobility in Turkey I had the opportunitynot only to improve my basic knowledge, but also to make some resolutions. So, I decided to try, by all means, to be better, more polite, more helpful withall the people around me. Ana-Maria PREDA, the 6th class A, “Liviu Rebreanu” School, Romania
  • 3. Impressions about the Mobility in Turkey 5th – 11th November 2012 The exchange of experience with Turkey was an unforgettable trip. The familywho hosted me was very welcoming and hospitable. We visited Cappodacia, Cacabey Mosque, a museum and the underground city.When the school was presented to us, the pupils were excited to know their guestsand we were happy to answer their questions. We attended a Math lesson and I was impressed after seeing the pupils howthey answered correctly their teacher’s questions. Their rewarding with music anddance impressed me a lot. After the well-established program by coordinators, we were going along to thepark or shops. We offered each other small presents. I had the pleasure to meet some of my friend’s relatives. The last day I was invited by her family to dine at the restaurant and to talkabout how good we have spend the week together. Andreea Nistor, the 6th class A, “Liviu Rebreanu” School, Romania
  • 4. Impressions about the Mobility in Turkey 5th – 11th November 2012 My name is Liliana and I am glad to work in this project. I have attended one of mobility, namely that in Turkey. I were not knowingmany things about Turkey, but I have documented before and so I have learned that itspans on two continents: Europe and Asia. We were hosted in Kirsehir Town, whichis on the Asian side. The family where I stayed was very hospitable and welcoming and they haveoffered me all the necessary conditions. The school where those children learned was beautiful. It had more buildingsand automatically more pupils. We have attended a Math lesson for the 4th class. Atthe end of the lesson, their teacher has swithched on her laptop in order to listen tomusic and dance, as a reward for the pupils who have taken a 10 mark for their Mathexercises. This mobility was a unique experience. I have got on very well with the hostgirl and, of course, the language we used was English. Liliana Crivac, the 6th class A, “Liviu Rebreanu” School, Romania