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  • 1. 1) How did you find out about the Project?a) from posters at schoolb) from the Internetc) from the teachers 18% a) at school b) 72%d) from schoolmates c)e) I Haven’t heard about the project
  • 2. 2) What do you think about the first activity, done at school, finding information about tolerance, writing your own definition of tolerance and presentations during lessons?a) It was interestingb) It was boringc) some presentations 18%were really good 72% a)d) I learnt more about c) d)tolerancee) I haven’t paid anyattention to it
  • 3. 3) After the first year of the project, are you interested in the project?a) yesb) noc) a little 37% a) c)d) I don’t care 63%
  • 4. 4) What do you think about the meetingwith the governor of Sliven?a) it was a greatexperienceb) it was ok 28%c) it was my dream 36% a) b)d) I didn’t find it e)interesting 36%e) I didn’t go there
  • 5. 5) The talk with the Vice- Mayor was :a) very interesting andmovingb) just a good chancenot to go to school 63% a)c) boring b)d) I am not interestedin history at all
  • 6. 6) Students from our school organized andtook part in different charity ampaigns . Whatdo you know about them? a) I saw only the posters b) I haven’t heard about them 28% a) c) I took part in c) them 72% d) I organized them
  • 7. 7) Were you interested in the seminar with MsM Jekova, the local representative of the StateCommittee Fighting against discrimination. a) yes b) I don’t know 19% c) rather not d) I don’t think so a) d) 81%
  • 8. 8. The school drawing competition was for me:a) a chance to learn moreabout toleranceb) a chance to show howcreative I am a)c) a chance to show my b)manual skills (painting, 45% c) d)drawing) 28% e)d) all things abovee) I didn’t take part in thecompetition
  • 9. 9) To prepare picture where did you search for the ideas:a) in the Internetb) in the magazinesc) it was my idea a) 18% 46% b)d) I used my c)imagination a lot d) e)e) my friends told 18%me how to do it
  • 10. 10) In which part of the project were you involved?( you can choose as many as necessary)a) a student`s exchangeb) preparing presentations a)c) Philosophy conferenced) visiting local authorities b)e) the seminar with Ms M Jekova, c)the local representative of the d)State Committee Fighting against e)discrimination f) drawing competition f) g) writing essays g) h) talk with V, Sedlarska, h)journalist and writer i) i) charity campaigns j)j) none of them
  • 11. 12) Which activities, during the visitin Poland, were the most interestingfor you? (choose 2) a) meetings at school b) a trip to Auschwitz c) free time with partners d) conference meetings e) presentation of Poland at the gym
  • 12. 13) After one year of the Comenius Project, do you think:a) you learnt somethingnew b) it was interestingc) you didn’t learnanything 28%d) you weren’t interested a)in the project b)e) facebook is more 72%interesting than theprojectf) such projects areuseless
  • 13. 14) Did the project activities give you a chance to learn more about tolerance?a) yes, definitely 2%b) no, I don’t think so a)c) just a little c) 98%d) not at all
  • 14. 15) Did the project makestudents interested in tolerance?a) yesb) noc) I don’t think so
  • 15. 16) What kind of intolerance can you find in Bulgaria? (choose two the most common)a) intolerance at schoolb) discrimination at school 27% a)c) racism b)d) religious intolerance 72% c) 45% d)e) intolerant slogans on e)the walls

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