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  1. 1. Is There Anyone Hearing Me?! Newsletter November 2008 „TUDOR ARGHEZI” HIGH SCHOOL, CRAIOVA, ROMANIA Volume 1, Issue 1 LTTA Is There Anyone Hearing Me?! Summary “Is There Anyone Hearing Me?!” is a multilateral partnership school project, approved and financed by the European Commission within LLP, the Comenius subsectoral programme, and brings Contents together six European schools from “Is There Anyone Hearing Me?!” Turkey, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Spain, and Greece. Summary 1 Objectives of the Project 2 The variety of schools involved in the Partner Schools 2 project reflects the diversity within the Website 2 European Union. Program Activity 3 It is a clear fact that there is nowhere to Kirikkale meeting 4 live but Earth and the careless human beings have severely depleted the world of its natural resources. We,the partners, know this fact. Earth calls for our help, and our partnership will give an answer to this call. Thanks to this partnership, Events we can reach a lot of people from different cultures, from different countries ♦ First project meeting at Ismail and raise their awareness of Üstüner environmental problems. And by using Ilköğretim education and applying the problem Okulu,Kirikkale, solving method to environmental Tukey ♦ Project blog
  2. 2. Page 2 of 4 Newsletter Is There Anyone Hearing Me?! Objectives of the Project 1.We regret to say that our world has become a rubbish dump. World needs our help! It is calling us .Through this project we want to answer back to this wake up call and to let the people know about it. In short, we want to make people pay attention to us. This waking up will begin with us, then spread to as many people as we can reach. (From class to world) 2.The second aim of our Project is to raise people’s awareness of the existence of severe environmental problems and, by getting involved in the project activities, to let young generation struggle for their world and their future. That is,we will have shown that we cannot be silent to environmental contamination, pollution and depletion. Tudor Arghezi High 3.The third aim is to ensure access to School information on the protection of the environment and thus the students will Str. Bucovina , No.5 be more concerned and preoccupied 200026 Craiova, Dolj, with this burning issue. Romania 4.The next objective is to promote the Tel. 0040 251/ 433227 Partner Schools Fax 0040 251/ 433227 website: 1. Ismail Üstüner Ilköğretim Okulu – KIRIKKALE , TURCIA email: 2. Ies Fonts del Glorieta – Alcover, SPANIA 3. Szkoła Podstawowa Starym Kurowie – Stare Kurowo , POLONIA 4. Liceul Teoretic „Tudor Arghezi” – Craiova, ROMÂNIA 5. Joan Ekzarh Language School -Vratsa –BULGARIA 6. 6th Primary School of Volos -Volos -GRECIA WEBSITE Information about our project and about the advancement of our work can be seen on the website of our project. We will also publish a Newsletter after each important event such as a project meeting or the completion of an end product.
  3. 3. Page 3 of 4 Newsletter Is There Anyone Hearing Me?! Program activity Approx. Activity/mobility description Destination Which partners starting date country (for involved mobility only) 13th S Turkey, Spain, Poland, september 2008 Announcement of the project in schools’ Romania, Bulgaria, boards. Greek 15th Applying “Pre-test” in schools in order to Turkey, Spain, Poland, September 2008 make the initial evaluation Romania, Bulgaria, Greece 25th Turkey Turkey, Spain, Poland, October/2008 Reconstruction of school environment. Romania, Bulgaria, (Planting) Greece 30th Turkey, Spain, Poland, January 2009 Planning competitions of drawing up Romania, Bulgaria, posters about pollution, rubbish, ecology Greece etc. 15th Spain Turkey, Spain, Poland, March 2009 Visits to industrial areas and transformation Romania, Bulgaria, systems Greece 10th April Evaluation of the first term of the project Turkey, Spain, Poland, 2009 and presentation of the activities with a Romania, Bulgaria, video film and a web page. Greece 30th Turkey, Spain, Poland, April 2009 Having the pupils draw pictures and Romania, Bulgaria, organizing brain storming activities on the Greece things they can do for their environment. 10th June Visiting Bulgaria ( a visit to a natural park). Bulgaria Turkey, Spain, Poland, 2009 Organizing an exhibition displaying the Romania, Bulgaria, works of the students involved in the Greece project. 30th Having the competition of picking up Turkey, Spain, Poland, August 2009 rubbish in nature. Romania, Bulgaria, ( Benefiting from a scout camp ) Greece 15th Turkey, Spain, Poland, September 2009 Having students prepare a project about Romania, Bulgaria, transformation Greece 15th Romania Turkey, Spain, Poland, October 2009 Competition of magazines with the subject Romania, Bulgaria, “Save the Future of Earth” Greece 15th Turkey, Spain, Poland, January 2010 Presenting seminars on environmental Romania, Bulgaria, problems, health issues and the future of Greece the world to pupils and their parents. 15th February Staging up events on protection of the 2010 environment and each of the country Turkey, Spain, Poland, present their materials. Romania, Bulgaria, Greece 19th Applying Post-test Greece Turkey, Spain, Poland, April 2010 Have students write or draw what they Romania, Bulgaria, should do about environmental problems. Greece 31st Presentation of the Website and the final Poland Turkey, Spain, Poland, May 2010 video film. Romania, Bulgaria, Evaluation Greece of the results obtained, of the impact, of the quality of the products and of the partnership.
  4. 4. Page 4 of 4 Newsletter Is There Anyone Hearing Me?! ♦ Ismail Üstüner Ilköğretim Okulu, Kirikkale, Tukey Kirikkale Meeting Turkey Our first project meeting took place between 26th and 31st October 2008 at Ismail Ustuner Ilkogretim Okulu, Kirikkale, Turkey. Turkey It was a great opportunity to meet peers from all six partner schools, share ideas, plan our future work in detail, visit our Turkish partner school and learn about their local culture. Our partners welcomed us warmly and offered Spain us a wonderful staying there. We met the Turkish pupils, talked together, sang together, attended some classes in order to get to know about their educational system. Poland Romania Greece Bulgaria