IES La Marisma in Huelva welcomed 14 students and 10 teacher from Turkey, Italy, Romania and Bulgaria. They will stay in Huelva for a week. This short-term exchange is part of a Erasmus+ project called "Lets become language-friendly schools!"

One of the objectives of this project is that students get to know different cultures and develop respect and tolerance for others, as Rocio Muñoz, teacher and Spanish coordinator, said. Foreign students will be hosted by students' families.

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Tv news report on short-term exchange in Spain. Rocío Muñoz and Emine Pasli talked about the Erasmus+ project "Lets become language-friendly schools!". They explained the objectives and expectations of this short-term exchange.

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A short-term exchange in taking place in IES La Marisma with teacher and students from 5 different countries: Italy, Bulgaria, Turkey, Romania and Spain. There will be activities related with sport as a main topic and English as a common communication language.

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Today our teachers Rocío Muñoz and Ignacio Prieto from IES La Marisma talk about cultural and educational activities that have been programmed this week. Students and teachers from different countries (Italy, Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey), will participate in this wonderful experience.

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sakarya newspaper280x277Hendek Atikehanım Anadolu Lisesi (Atikehanim Anatolian High School) held and International meeting as part of the Erasmus+  Project "Let's Become Language-Friendly Schools".

The meeting was attended by Emine Faslı, Başak Ateş and Ilhan Aydin, the teachers of the school, Şerif Özkara, the school principal, and guests from Italy, Spain, Romania and Bulgaria

 

 

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Our teachers, Susana and Rocío, both coordinators of our Erasmus+ projects, took part in Hispanidad radio program "Queremos saber" broadcasted on 9th November, presented by Menchu Martínez. In the interview, they explained the objectives and impacts both projects will have in our school.

 

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