137 students aged mostly 14 and 15 from 9th
answered the survey.
That represents a 23% of the total of people who answered
There are slightly more females than males in the Catalan
In Germany, Italy, Ireland and Sweden there are more boys
In the other countries the students are older like 17 years
Catalan students love maths, natural science, Handicraft
(although we don’t take it) and P.E.
We quite like Foreign Language, Computer studies, Social
Science, Catalan and History.
They don’t dislike Social Science but they dislike Religion,
almost nobody takes it.
Irish students love History, computer studies, handicraft
German students love handicraft, natural science and
Italian and Swedish students love Natural science, History,
computer studies and P.E.
We spend our free time with our friends, doing sport or in
the social networks.
Some people do school work or read.
A surprisingly low number of people prefer playing
videogames, computer games, drawing or writing.
German, Italian and Irish students spend their free time
with their friends, in the social networks and doing sport.
Swedish students too but they also like playing computer
Swedish students read news on the computer and forums
every day and when they have to. They read between 15
and 30 minutes and in bed or in front of TV. They like
reading fantasy books and during the last 3 months the
majority have read one novel, but during this last year more
than 3 novels. They like reading in their native language or
in English. 50% of Swedish students have used talking
Italian and Irish students read novels and news in the
newspaper and on the computer. They read 15 minutes
every day and when they have to. They read in bed, at a
table or in the school. During the last 3 months they have
read one or two novels, during the last 6 months more than
three. Irish students prefer reading in English and Italian
students in their native language. The majority of Italian
and Irish students haven’t used talking books.
German students read the news every day both in the
traditional newspaper and on the computer. They also read
novels and chat posts and the majority of them read for 30
minutes and in bed. During the last 3 months they have
read two novels, during the last 6 months 3 novels and
during this last year, more than three novels. 50% of
German students have used talking books.
People don’t read enough, although some people read every day.
People read between 30 minutes and one hour on each occasion.
About the half of the Catalan students read in bed, and around a quarter of them
chose at a table.